Western omelets have always been my favorite. The combination of onion, peppers and ham with egg dipped in ketchup is a little taste of breakfast heaven for this breakfast lover.
Remember waaay back when I said. . .
“Apparently all I had to do was shove a beer can up a chicken’s a$$ to get him excited about dinner!”
I may have been wrong. I’m not sure if it was the can of beer or the fact that I was serving him meat on a bone.
It’s Christmas Eve! YAY!
I actually made this up yesterday, snapped the most awesome shots of the little guy eating it and then accidently deleted them off the camera. :(
So I decided to make it again this morning. It came out even better when I discovered dipping graham crackers in it was a little taste of heaven. Like dessert chips-n-dip. I’m seriously thinking of putting it like that for a New Years party we’re having. Read the rest of this post
I’ve been on a frozen wild blueberry kick after discovering my local Costco’s sells them in bulk. Most mornings the little guy and I pour our cereal, load it up with frozen blueberries and enjoy breakfast together. It’s becoming a nice morning habit.
We mix it up now and then. Types of cereal, adding banana, alternating between milks, sometimes skim, sometimes almond and sometimes my new favorite, light chocolate soy. Read the rest of this post
OK, OK, OK so I ate WAY too much at the office holiday party today. Not too mention I had fast food for lunch. So I decided it was a lite salad for dinner day. There were leftovers for the toddler. The husband went out for… wait for it… wait for it… Fast food (he was Christmas shopping.) That left me to fend for myself.
I love it when this happens! Read the rest of this post
I’ve made 3 variations of this idea so far but I will craft a specific recipe with true nutritional information purely for the fact that it’s fast becoming a husband favorite. Now that’s pretty rare!
Sometimes I just get craving and last night was one of those times. After recording a video for Roni’s Weigh I took my hand at an idea I’ve had for some time. Could I use won ton wrappers as crusts for mini apple pies?
Well, I’m happy to say, the answer is YES!
I can’t believe it worked! Even the husband liked them! At least he said he did after his one big ole bite. I don’t get it. I just don’t get it! I almost ate the whole batch in one sitting. How does he do that?!? Read the rest of this post
I FINALLY got a minute to tell you about this soup. I made it on Saturday and I’m in love! I used my giant batch of turkey stock I made from the Thanksgiving bird and the last of the leftover turkey meat. Of course you can use chicken broth and leftover chicken instead. Whatever works!
I do have to say I took leftovers to work today and the soup just gets better with age. :) Read the rest of this post
Sorry for my lack of posts. The holidays hit along with a bad case of bronchitis. I’m still battling cough and fever. :(
I stayed home from work today and when I got hungry I reached for the leftovers, of course. I mean what else is there in the fridge the week after Thanksgiving? I had a plate full of turkey and some veggies. All I needed to make a tasty lunch. :) Read the rest of this post
This is how I made them. He likes them but doesn’t LOVE them. Me? I think they are great! and so does the child. They are much closer to a traditional meatball. The recipe here uses all dry ingredients for convenience sake. However, I think the meatballs would really pop with some fresh herbs, fresh minced onion and fresh garlic.
I’m not kidding.. walked in the door from work, put on the camera(s) and 10 minutes later I was sitting down with the family for dinner!
The video is a bit funky as I put my new camera to the test. I’m thinking about switching so you’ll have to let me know what you think.