Roasted Veggies

 Posted by at 6:00 am on May 27, 2014  Comments Off on Roasted Veggies
May 272014
 
Roasted Veggies

Sometimes I just need some hearty vegetables with my dinner, or use it as the star of the meal. It’s really super simple to get great tasting veggies, and the best part is I use what I have on hand. Great for cleaning out the crisper drawer in my fridge. Roasted Veggies 6 cups of […]

A few cherished memories

 Posted by at 6:00 am on January 25, 2013  1 Response »
Jan 252013
 
A few cherished memories

While I was walking around Hobby Lobby trying to encourage some laboring, I collected these beautiful flowers in my cart somehow. I needed a little pick me up after taking Christmas down, the house felt so bare. At least the house was cleaner than before- just boring and plain. I was thinking about the beautiful […]

Our little garden

 Posted by at 12:00 pm on August 11, 2012  Comments Off on Our little garden
Aug 112012
 
Our little garden

Best garden conversation of the year….. Brian- “Honey? What’s wrong with our tomatoes?” (he brings me a handful of our purple cherry tomatoes) Me- “Nothing. They’re purple.” Brian- “But I didn’t plant a purple cherry tomato vine. I planted a red one.” Me- “It sure looks purple to me.” Its always fun to have little […]

There’s a bun in my oven!

 Posted by at 12:00 pm on July 16, 2012  3 Responses »
Jul 162012
 

Really. There’s a bun in my oven! I’ve always thought that would be fun to say, and now I can! I am sorry for the lack of food delicious posts lately- but the mere thought of food has made me want to loose my lunch. (I’m trying to be delicate here.) So, please bare with […]

Jun 262012
 
Home, sweet home- sometime in the future.....Montana.

Exactly¬† 45 hours after I returned home NYC, I was headed to Montana with dear friend to have some much needed quiet R & R. I slept, ate, slept, and wrote many a new recipes for the latest project. I saw a lot of wildlife including this mama deer- laboring in the garden for hours […]

More about NYC… and some great gelato.

 Posted by at 12:00 pm on June 25, 2012  Comments Off on More about NYC… and some great gelato.
Jun 252012
 
More about NYC... and some great gelato.

Loved visiting Trinity Church- close to ground zero. My husband loved this history of this place, and I loved the old bell, the old headstones and the hydrangeas. Visiting ground zero was humbling and amazing at the same time. No matter what your beliefs or feelings are about the events that transpired on that ill-fated […]

The Blue Lemon

 Posted by at 12:00 pm on June 20, 2012  Comments Off on The Blue Lemon
Jun 202012
 
The Blue Lemon

The Blue Lemon- pure clean food with a twist. I know the name is a little different, but let me tell you about the food. The sweet potato fries were to die for. They have a special sauce- better than your typical fry sauce, and the flavor satisfies your taste buds. Their salads are fresh- […]

Carlo’s Bakery- another check off my bucket list!

 Posted by at 12:00 pm on June 18, 2012  2 Responses »
Jun 182012
 
Carlo's Bakery- another check off my bucket list!

When my husband and I first started planning our BEA/New York trip- would you believe the first thing I said I wanted to see was Carlos Bakery? Not the Statue of Liberty, not Central Park, not shopping…. but a bakery. But not just any bakery. The best of the best. My son and I watch […]

Rainy, bubbly, New York.

 Posted by at 12:00 pm on June 7, 2012  1 Response »
Jun 072012
 
Rainy, bubbly, New York.

Do you see the bubbles?¬† Yes, I do too… sometimes it rains in New York. And it happened to rain the day we went to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. And by rain, I mean the heavens opened up and water flooded the streets. I washed these shoes before we came to New […]

Cleaning out the office….

 Posted by at 12:00 pm on May 30, 2012  Comments Off on Cleaning out the office….
May 302012
 
Cleaning out the office....

When you clean out your office, many times you find some unexpected surprises along the way. This weekend, while cleaning out my office I came across a stash of Girl Scout Cookies! Surprise! I had hid them back in March, then the piles slowly gathered around them- and somehow I agreed that my children could […]