Delicious fried rice with carrots, peas, onions, eggs, and best of all BACON! 6 slices bacon diced small 1 cup carrots, diced 1 medium sweet onion, diced small 1 cup frozen peas 2 teaspoon freshly grated ginger 2 cloves garlic, minced 4 cups day-old cooked, chilled white rice (break up any large clumps) 3 tablespoons low-sodium soy sauce (make sure to use low-sodium or it will be too salty!) Continue Reading
I just organized and deep cleaned my fridge, freezer and pantry. It was a week long project! Now that I know exactly what I have, I’m trying to use up all the leftovers before making anything new. I first started with the fridge. A few of our meals were like a buffet, a little of Continue Reading
I love french onion soup so I knew I had to try this burger. It did not disappoint, with onion soup mix in the burger, caramelized onions on top, covered with melted swiss and served on an onion bun, this burger tastes like french onion soup. So good! This recipe comes from the blog Frugal Hausfrau. Continue Reading
Winner, Winner Chicken Dinner! Tender, juicy, crispy with a lemon onion garlic herb wine sauce. This is an Ina Garten’s recipe so I knew it would be good. I just didn’t know how good! Where has this chicken been all my life! The first thing about this recipe that you need to know is you Continue Reading
When I started making yogurt in my instant pot awhile back, I’ve never stopped. When one batch is gone I make another. It’s not a sweet yogurt and for me, it needs a little sweetness. I started out with a drizzle of honey, fresh fruit, and my homemade granola. It’s delish that way but I Continue Reading
Right now this is my source for Some Good News with John Krasinski. I had to share in hope that this will put a smile on your face! If you’d like to see the first episode chick here.
I’m not a huge breakfast person or I should say, I don’t like eating early in the morning. After 10:00am is when I start getting hungry for breakfast. Usually on Sundays, after church, we go out for brunch. Now that we are watching church from our couch and restaurants are closed I’ve had to step Continue Reading
Note *After you have made your first batch of yogurt, be sure to scoop 2 tablespoons of the yogurt into a small container and freeze to use for making the next batch. This will be your new yogurt starter, you won’t have to buy another container of yogurt again. Just defrost in the refrigerator overnight Continue Reading
I’ve been asked what I’m making these days in isolation. Even for me, who enjoys cooking, having to prepare three meals a day and only going to the grocery store as little as possible is a huge ordeal. I’m used to going to the grocery store almost daily but the new normal is stocking the Continue Reading
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