I have a confession. No I didn’t kill anyone and no one died. Well, someone did died. But that is beside the point. I don’t know what it is about today. I woke up in a blue state of mind and there are no photos to share for this kind of moment. Why because it took me since I woke up to get any gumption … Continue reading Not in the Mood.
Installment Two of the Pioneer Woman Cookbook Challenge. Knock You Naked Brownies Recipe No. 2 TW and I were in our apartment for almost two months before our neighbors to the right of us moved in. The family consisted of a single mom with a teenage daughter. Occasionally we will hear laughter (which is nice) through our walls from them, especially when the daughter has … Continue reading Friday Night Lights Dinner with Knock You Naked Brownies
First Installment of The Pioneer Woman Cookbook Challenge Hominy Casserole Recipe No. 1 During our first meals together TW listed off some of the things his dad and he would eat. One of those things was hominy. What’s hominy? I asked TW. I never heard of hominy until that moment. Now you can imagine that’s how much of a northern gal I am. TW’s parents … Continue reading Hominy…What’s Hominy?
Introduction to the Pioneer Woman Cookbook Challenge Which is why it has been quiet here lately. That, my work schedule and family events. My kiddo was up from school for a couple of weekends. For those of you who have adult children, you know that those moments when you kiddos come around are so precious. Let me tell y’all about this quest that I am … Continue reading I am on a Quest!
The Flag Cake is a cake that most of us have come accustom to having on the table at Fourth of July get togethers. It really is unmistakeable with its raspberry stripes and the blueberry star background all nestled in a cream cheese frosting. This ingenious creation was given to us by Ina Garten from the Barefoot Contessa [cookbook: Family Style] which was first featured … Continue reading The Infamous Flag Cake
I started reading The Pioneer Woman’s book: Black Heels to Tractor Wheels at the end of my marriage and try as I might I couldn’t stomach it. It is a little hard to read someone else’s love story when yours is crumbling. I wasn’t jealous of Ree. I just wan’t there in that point in my life to read about someone being happy. On the … Continue reading A Love Story I Could Finally Read