When you have spent several days at a conference filled with teachers and it’s the night before conferences of the parent-teacher variety, you really don’t feel like spending lots of time cooking Sunday dinner. That said, you also don’t want to do a frozen pizza or take-out anything since you have been eating out for three days straight. What is one to do? Consult a … Continue reading a quick and easy way to wow a man…with food
I have succumbed to my slow cooker. And why not? It’s getting cold outside, kiddos. Cold to warrant a wool coat with sweaters and jeans hiding underneath. It’s also *holiday shopping time* according to commercial America, even though we haven’t even APPROACHED our gobble-gobble day of giving thanks yet!! Ugh…but that’s for another blog…. Since my husband has his weekends back, we are doing normal, … Continue reading slow, cooked, and southern.
When a girl dreams about her prince charming, she imagines that one day, a man who loves her and only her will come along and be a handsome, kind, loving, generous, hilarious, romantic, confident, warm-hearted and wonderful sort of prince charming. I have been blessed to have met and married that wonderful sort, but never would I have imagined that once upon a time, the … Continue reading the man who cooks for his woman has a happy woman, AKA, feeding mrs. farley
My husband generally refuses to believe that a meal without meat can actually be a meal, unless we’re talking about breakfast…until now. Introducing: risotto. Comfort food came in the form of pot roast the just yesterday—but now it comes in a vegetarian and delicious kind of way. Moral? Comfort food on a cold night can mean different things to different people, but I dare you, … Continue reading now introducing risotto