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  • End of Summer Grilling Essentials

    Summer is my favorite season! This season is so beautiful in its own way. The flowers are blooming and the long days are the best. Summer won’t be around much longer so we are excited to get outdoors, grill, and enjoy the long days left. We pull out our chairs and all the essentials for […]

  • Cheesy Mexican Melt

    Back to school season is here and there is so much to do. The school year might look a little different this year but some things will remain the same. Meals and snacks are an important part of any school day and we all need brands we can trust for different meals. Sara Lee® is a trusted […]

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    Mango Pineapple Twist

    Yummy, yummy, mango and pineapple cocktail! I love it when I find food at the grocery store and I am inspired to create a recipe. I have never had a mango pineapple cocktail before, until the mangoes and pineapple went on sale at my local grocery store. That is how this cocktail came about…a sale. […]

  • Copycat Chipotle Guacamole

    Do you want to know something surprising? I never liked avocados and definitely not guacamole, until I was in my late twenties. I have no idea why it took me so long to fall in love with both. Of course, my husband and I both feel in love with chargrilled oysters only a few years […]

  • Strawberry Mint Smash Cocktail

    It’s mid-summer and it’s hot! Hot enough for all the refreshing drinks. I love fixing and creating new cocktails during summer. This summer is no different, especially, since I can’t go out safely and get one. I’ve been mulling over what to make for weeks now. I always like to make things that are in […]

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    Hamburger Soup

    There isn’t a soup that I’ve tasted and didn’t like. Soup is just so comforting to me. Whether it’s a potato soup, vegetable soup, or tortilla soup – I love it all! Today, I thought I’d share a soup recipe that I make a few times a year – Hamburger Soup. Of course, I love […]

  • 10 Must-Haves for Making Cocktails like a Pro

    Do you get intimidated by the thought of making a cocktail? Mixed drinks or cocktails intimidated us for a long time. We left it up to the mixologists and bartenders at restaurants to make special drinks. But now we’re making cocktails like a pro. Having the correct accessories and ingredients on hand will help you […]

  • What’s for Dinner? Week of October 7

    Do you know what one of the great things about meal planning is? Other than saving time and money, you can use this system at any point in the week, to get on track with meals. For the past five weeks, we’ve been sick and went on two trips, so what’s for dinner has varied. Guess […]

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    4 Things to Pack for a Family Picnic

    Special moments – big and small, bring people together. With life being so busy and hectic, sometimes you have to carve out time for those you love, so you can create those special moments. Families can slow down and celebrate life together. One company believes the same thing – Dewey’s Bakery. Dewey’s Bakery is a […]

  • What’s for Dinner? Week of August 26

    As a busy Mom, I know how difficult it can be to get a home cooked meal on the table. If you’re like me, you’re busy but you also take pride in fixing a nice dinner for your family. No matter who cooks dinner (Mom or Dad), a little preparation goes a long way. To […]

  • What’s for Dinner Week of August 19

    Here we are – another week, another menu. I’ve been having fun sharing what we are having for dinner a few times throughout the week. If you’re not aware, my husband works from home and our children participate in public online school, so our entire family is at home A LOT. Most days that means […]

  • What’s for Dinner? Week of August 12

    Red Beans & Rice Red beans and rice is super easy to make, though it takes a while, unless you use a pressure cooker. Normally, I soak my beans overnight which helps with bean digestion and reduces cook time. With all that being said, it takes me about 2 hours from the time I start […]

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