Mushroom “Cauliflower” Risotto paired with Broccoli Bone Broth

Mushroom “Cauliflower” Risotto paired with Broccoli Bone Broth

While we attempt to navigate life in a new city, life in a new home and life in a global pandemic- our days look drastically different than they did six months ago. While one of my favorite things to do is frequent local restaurants, we have had more time on our hands to create unique [...]

Fondue Pot Series: Spinach Artichoke Dip

Fondue Pot Series: Spinach Artichoke Dip

I feel like- if there's one fact everyone knows about me solely from social media, it's that I'm obsessed with chocolate and cheese. Seriously, if I'm not posting about eating chocolate, I'm posting about eating cheese. One of my favorite gifts I have received is my Swiss ceramic fondue pot made for both chocolate and [...]

Adding your own Personal Touch to Home Decor

Adding your own Personal Touch to Home Decor

Jon and I recently moved across the country (again) and this time it was during a pandemic. All things considered, the move went pretty well- but it definitely was not easy to adjust living in a new home and in a new city during "lockdown." When we left Texas, we left a lot of the [...]

Bottom Round Roast Recipe

Bottom Round Roast Recipe

Bottom Round Roasts are one of the cheapest cuts of meat you can buy, but it doesn't have to taste like one! I really am not a fan of roasts, normally I would load it up with ketchup once its cooked- but I found a few tips online and combined them to create my own [...]

Oven Roasted Artichokes

Oven Roasted Artichokes

I feel like only 10% of the population has ever eaten an artichoke, and I don't mean in Spin Art Dip. Have you ever seen an artichoke? I was super intimidated to try and cook one... let alone peel the leaves off one by one and eat it like a savage. Artichokes are one of [...]

Simple Eye of Round Roast Recipe

Simple Eye of Round Roast Recipe

Next up on my Beef cooking adventure (can you believe I was a Vegetarian for five years...) I tackled an Eye of Round Roast. Truth be told, I never knew there were so many cuts of beef- I thought there were like, two types of steak and ground beef (HA!) There's so much you can [...]

Skillet Series: Skinny Blueberry Crisp

Skillet Series: Skinny Blueberry Crisp

One of my new favorite kitchen gadgets I'm going to feature more often are my cast iron skillets. At first I was hesitant to incorporate cast iron skillets into my kitchen gadget collection because I didn't really think there was a difference from using any other pan, plus they're heavy and I thought cleaning and [...]

Easy London Broil Recipe

Easy London Broil Recipe

Growing up, my family would eat London Broil for dinner sporadically- but I don't remember it being this tasty!! The recipe is so easy, I wonder what took me so long to tackle it on my own?! Truth, my friend is coming to visit next month from NOLA and he's a ballin' cook- I wanted [...]

Plan A Day Trip to Magnolia Market at the Silos- Waco, TX

Plan A Day Trip to Magnolia Market at the Silos- Waco, TX

Naturally, I think everyone relates Waco, Texas  to Chip & Johanna Gaines. Popular for their television show Fixer Upper on HGTV, Chip and Johanna have turned their business' headquarters into a tourist attraction bringing new tourism to the little-ish Texan town of Waco. Magnolia Market at the Silos features a two city- block wide market [...]

Spaghetti Squash Summer Favorite

Spaghetti Squash Summer Favorite

When I think of Spaghetti Squash, I typically think of a Fall dish- something savory, yet heavy and loaded with sauce and cheese. I typically don't even buy spaghetti squash in the summer for this reason, but the cute Evans kiddos were selling them at their fresh farm produce stand and I couldn't resist. I [...]