It’s almost the end of our 31 Days in the Kitchen, and I’m having a hard time narrowing down post topics: there is so much more I wanted to squeeze into this month! I still haven’t touched on cocktails, I’ve
Not to be dramatic, but life in this kitchen has been a little rough the last few days. I am fine and everything is fine but I’ve had to eat a restricted diet since a doctor’s appointment on Wednesday afternoon
Sweet potatoes are better for you than white potatoes but still taste delicious. We eat them two or three times a week. Here are my three favorite ways to cook them: Baked sweet potatoes. Preheat your oven to 450. Scrub
I love sautéed spinach and I like it way more than my husband does, so I always make it when I am having dinner at home alone. The thing about spinach is that it is super healthy for you and
When I was a kid I didn’t eat a lot of fish. I enjoyed steamed shrimp, but in the south we mostly ate fried catfish or fried shrimp or fried something-something and I never really loved it. Other than French
Tomorrow morning my husband and his brothers are running the Chicago marathon. The guys and my in-laws have been hanging with us all week, in-and-out of the house according to their own schedules since Tuesday afternoon. We’ll be going out
Well, I’m home sick with a crazy cough, and I have two things on my mind: (1) OH MY GOSH I have so much to do at work this week, why couldn’t I be sick last week!?! and (2) soup.
This week, we’re talking about ways to make your work weeks easier by doing a little advanced planning. Check out the introduction to the series here and yesterday’s post on planning outfits here. When I hear the term “meal planning,”
Okay, so, let’s just be honest: bibimbap is my favorite. I wrote you a cutesy introduction paragraph here but then deleted it because WHO CARES let’s talk about how to make it. 1. Rice in rice cooker. 2. Prep your
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