Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BetterWithCraisins #CollectiveBias .The weather in Georgia is finally starting to get cool enough to really call say fall has arrived â€” at least during the mornings and evenings. For me, this transition means a couple of things:… Continue reading Recipe: Cranberry Apple Salad with a Crunch
My daughter loves Valentine’s Day. She loves decorating a “mailbox” to collect cards from her classmates, and she loves all the candy. What can I say? She’s a kid. Plus she has a mother with a notorious sweet tooth. This year, Walmart challenged me to share Valentine’s Day party ideas, and I decided to surprise… Continue reading Three Easy Snack Ideas for Your Valentine’s Day Party
If I’m honest, my husband is really the only football fan in the house, the rest of the family only loves theÂ 666Casino games because we actually get something from it besides entertainment. I’ll oblige him and watch games with him, but the only game I’ll really watch with any level of interest is the Super… Continue reading Game Time Recipe: Heroin Wings with Curry
Over the past few years, I’ve become mildly obsessed with cranberries. Whole, jellied, juiced â€” all of it. The flavor just makes me happy, and I’ve managed to get the rest of my family on board. So when Walmart shared their Holiday Entertaining Guide with me, I was so happy to find a cranberry-based recipe… Continue reading Make this Delicious Cranberry Fizz Mocktail
When I was growing up, lent was always an interesting time at my house. Because honestly, meat was a huge part of our diet, and meals usually started with the meat and built from there. So lent presented a challenge. We usually wound up eating lots of starches and vegetables, with very little protein on… Continue reading Lent Recipe: Vegetarian Crockpot Chili
I confess: I love potatoes. Like, I’d give them a Valentine’s Day present and take them out to dinner if I could. But…I’ve never been a big fan of mashed potatoes. It’s definitely not about taste, but more about texture. I just can’t get down with potatoes that aren’t mashed just right. And it can… Continue reading Recipe: Creamy Garlic Herb Mashed Potatoes
Like most kids in America, I loved Disney movies when I was growing up. While it wasn’t lost on me that very few of the characters actually looked like me, I still enjoyed the fantastical stories of adventure and love. Peter Pan was always one of my favorites. The idea that there could be a… Continue reading Let’s Party with Peter Pan Live!
September is Hispanic Heritage Month, and while I don’t mention it often here, I actually do have Hispanic heritage. My mother is Puerto Rican and bilingual. Unfortunately, neither I nor any of my sisters speak fluent Spanish (or much of it at all, really), but mommy did pass her heritage down to us in other… Continue reading Recipe: Puerto Rican Arroz con Pollo