Chocolate Covered Turtles post. Because, ya know, chocolate and beer go together so well. The other went into the most mouth-watering, satisfying, crave-inducing chili I have EVER made. EVER. So, here's to the perfect batch of chili, laced with Ms. Stella Artois.
Sunday, October 16, 2011
Monday, October 10, 2011
Something about Sundays feels right to me. I'm not talking about the running around helter-skelter type of Sunday where you're trying to figure out this week's meal plan while juggling laundry and getting the family ready for the week. I'm talking about "Lazy Sundays". The type of day where no one in the family gets out of their PJ's. The one filled with good movies and family naps, if you're lucky (like me). Yesterday was that type of day for us. We just finished up a LONG, ridiculous week of work where we only got to see each other in passing. Not cool. So, yesterday was our day...nothing on the agenda except relaxation. And stromboli.
We have a favorite restaurant in Montgomery called Mr. G's. Every time we go, my husband orders the stromboli. It's the size of Texas. Yes, he eats the whole thing. Anyway, I've had the intention to make stromboli for some time now, it's just never come to fruition...until yesterday. I don't know why I didn't make it a million times before. It was so simple and so good and the leftovers accompanied us to work today. I suggest you don't follow my example and make a stromboli today....now as a matter of fact. Do it!!
Saturday, October 8, 2011
The day is finally here!! Today, I am a guest blogger on Frosting for the Cause. This website is a gem among many, many charitable websites and causes. I encourage everyone to make a donation to an organization, locally or nationally, that helps fund research for cancer. Nearly every one I know has been affected in one way or another, losing a family member or someone close to them. Please, reach out in your community and do what you can. What you may consider a small donation, is a huge stepping stone in the future of cancer research. It's not always about a monetary donation, volunteering is a great way to help out, too! My post today is about Mrs. Sylvia Richardson. Please, go read my post, donate if you can, and get out there and make a difference! You can view my post at Frosting for the Cause.
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
I haven't posted in a while, over a month to be exact. I promise, there is a good reason for this. You see, there was this guy, a prince charming of sorts and he convinced me to marry him. Being the type of woman that I am, I spent time fretting over details, tying up last minute ideas, and worrying over every possible thing imaginable. I did not spend much time cooking. Terrible idea. While I enjoyed the break from the dishes, I never enjoy a break from making a homemade meal. We ate at lots of wonderful, delicious restaurants. I did NO dishes. Yet, with all these delicious, care-free meals I still wanted to get back to normal. Back to cooking.
On September 17th at 6:00 pm, I married my prince charming and continued on the journey to my happily ever after. It was a beautiful day with LOTS of wonderful food and great times spent with family and friends. It is a day that will forever remain bittersweet to me, a day that is precious, a day when I married the man who forever changed my life.
We've been back home for a little over a week now, and I wasted no time getting back into the kitchen...with new gadgets, no less. So here is my apology for being gone so long. I made you one of my family favorites, Baked Chicken Alfredo. I hope you forgive me.