One thing that I don’t like, is to be deprived. If someone tells me I can’t have something, my brain can’t seem to stop thinking about that one item. This is a big issue for me many times I’ve tried to eat healthier. If I limit myself to one meal or one day to splurge, … More Low Carb Pizza Dough – a dough that is worth so much!
When I was little, holidays were filled with multiple meals on Thanksgiving and Christmas. We were lucky to have such a large family close by and I had lots of cousins to enjoy those special memories with. Each year, we would get up and head to my great-aunt Bee’s for a noon feast. She had … More Pass the Birdseed! A Thanksgiving with traditions old and new!
One thing that I was a little worried about with starting low carb was breakfast. On weekends, bacon and eggs or sausage are fine, but through the week I barely have time to fill up my water bottle before I head out the door, let alone make myself breakfast. Our school mornings are usually a … More Sausage Bites for the win!
If you have read my blog before, you may know we’ve always had a doberman in the house. With owning the breed, you are usually forced to deal with health issues as one point or another. These can include heart problems, wobblers, hip displaysia, Von Willebrand’s disease, as well as a number of other issues. … More Golden Paste – is Tumeric magic?
This dish and variations of it are referred to as Crack Slaw by a lot of folks. When I made it the first time and my family was asking what it was, I thought Egg Roll In A Bowl sounded a little more appealing and kid friendly. Call it what you want, it’s amazing. Here’s … More Egg Roll in a bowl (aka Crack Slaw)
How have you been? I have a funny story to share. My parents stayed with us for a few days to help out with the girls during my husband’s surgery. A good laugh is long overdue on the blog and I apologize to my friends that have already heard it. The day before surgery, I … More Veggie Pizza and coffee mishaps!
We are getting our first real snow of the season. I’m excited because it’s December and so far this year, we’ve had wonderful fall weather and the start of a very mild winter. Now I probably just jinxed us all and we’ll be stuck in tunnels of snow like the famous midwestern blizzard of 1978 … More Chicken Pot Pie Soup – bring on the snow!