The weather has been absolutely charming in the Midwest. En route to the grocery store Monday, I nearly pulled over to snap pictures of the neon red, orange and yellow leaves creating a technicolor funnel over the street. Breathtaking.
I could go on and on about fall. But instead, I'll share this very fall-appropriate recipe that's totally comforting and utilizes my new love, Pumpkin Sage ... Read More →
Mmmm, biscuits. They're kind of what dreams are made of, no?
Plump, flaky, steamy and just begging to be sandwiched with butter and devoured alongside every holiday dish known to man. Things are about to get serious. ... Read More →
Oh, cinnamon rolls, banana bread. How have I not joined you before?
Let me set right this injustice, join your little hands, if you will, so you can forevermore be united in holy sweet baked good matrimony.
Dramatic? Over the top? I think not (Rhonda). ... Read More →
My family is more of the pumpkin pie kin. Sweet potatoes are left for marshmallow-topped casseroles. No shame there.
Recently, I've been craving them all the time. For instance, in granola or buried under a mound of chickpeas, Mediterranean style.
But I've yet to thrust them into the breakfast scene. And if there's one nutrient-packed root veg that deserves the morning spotlight, it's this ... Read More →
When I was in college I lived in a shady apartment complex in Wichita. The laundry room was in a separate building, which meant I had to lug my clothes back and forth in the rain or shine to ensure I didn't run out of presentable clothing for work and school.
Society, why do you impose such harsh rules on us?
Well, that lasted about a month. Before long I was trucking it back to my dad's ... Read More →
I'm not a big sports person, but the onset of fall gets me in the mood for game day-style snacking.
Notice I said "style."
There is no actual game watching going on, just the snacking, which is the best part in my opinion. Thankfully, I lucked out and married John who is the exact same. We prefer Netflix over football any day. ... Read More →