I have tried a lot of bread recipes. A. LOT. They tend to be a ton of work, and the loaves have always turned out dense and tasteless.
Until this recipe.
You GUYS. I can bake bread. This is dangerous. Everyone loves it far more than we should, especially considering how easy it is to make. Continue reading
Between allergies and cold/flu season, it seems like someone at our house always has a little bit of a cough. A spoonful of this “tea” stirred into a cup of hot water calms the cough and helps loosen congestion. Continue reading
The Hippie Husband has fond memories of cooking okonomiyaki tableside at bars when he interned in Japan. He described it to us as cabbage-bacon-omelet-pancakes. We made okonomiyaki a few times before we had kids, but we hadn’t had it in awhile.
Both kids love cooking and were happy to give this a shot. We set up the griddle, chopped the ingredients, and set out on an adventure. It was dinner and entertainment. We had a blast. Continue reading
Need a fancy schmancy appetizer for your New Year’s festivities? This is simply decadent. Continue reading
This hearty soup was the perfect response to the cold snap that we started this week! Continue reading
‘Tis the season for lots of parties. Here is a compilation of my favorite dishes and drinks to share!
Appetizers and Snacks:
Caramelized Onion Dip: Skip the packet of onion soup mix and make this real-food version instead.
Popcorn: This can be as healthy or as naughty as you like. A little popcorn salt, or add some butter and parmesan if you want it all to disappear within 10 minutes.
Time to start the holiday baking!!!
Did those exclamation points sell you on how excited I am about baking? ‘Cause that’s a lie. Not a fan. Not even a little bit.
But I know that other people love it, and I also know that everyone expects sweet treats for parties and such. Here are links to the blog’s best cookie and sweet treat recipes: Continue reading
I updated the photo for this recipe, so I thought I’d post it again.
We hadn’t made this soup in a couple of years, and I forgot how good it was. It’s a bit more work than some of my easier recipes, but it’s well worth the time. It freezes well, so you might as well make a double batch and pop a few containers in the freezer for another great winter meal.
As we start the ramp-up to the holidays, I wanted to have a simple activity that encourages us to look for opportunities to spread a little joy or kindness each day. Continue reading
Beige-on-beige-on-beige turkey sandwiches and turkey noodle soup get a little boring. Here are a few suggestions for using up leftovers from your Thanksgiving feast (some of these posts are from awhile ago – please excuse the photo quality!): Continue reading