Thanksgiving has passed and Christmas is well on its way but before it gets here I wanted to give a last tribute to the colors and beauty of autumn. INSTAGRAM│FACEBOOK│TWITTER│YOUTUBE
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I hope that your day is wonderful and full of good food and happy family. I’m busing baking pumpkin and pecan pies! I feel like I have been cooking of weeks though: my company potluck, Keltin’s company potluck and then prepping for the big meal today. It is worth it though –
I’m not the biggest sports fan and I have issues with football because I swear some people treat it like a religion and let their emotions be ruled by how their team plays from week to week. That being said, I some how was talked into joining my alumni fantasy football league with Keltin and
Happy Thanksgiving followers! If you don’t celebrate Thanksgiving I hope that your Thursday is fantastic. I am currently at my grandparent’s house cooking up a storm with my Nana. I have been baking all week both for family and for work Thanksgiving potlucks. Checkout this Bourbon-Pecan Upside-Down Cake! Seriously delicious. I hope that today is
I love cooking in cast iron. My dad cooks in it a lot and I grew up learning how. Today’s recipe is a modified version of one that I found in a cast iron cook book. This is probably one of my favorite fall recipes, just perfect for cold weather. Hearty and savory. Note: I
I have been out of town recently on some pretty awesome adventures that I can’t wait to share with all of you. So I haven’t had time to cook up a new recipe this week. Instead I’m going to share something to warm you right up on a cool fall day: Lavender Hot Chocolate. This
Fall means more baking and this is one of my favorite recipes. I was given this recipe by my great-great aunt when she still lived at home. When she got older and was moved to an assisted living I made sure to always try and bring her a loaf of this bread or a loaf
Oh yes it is that time of year when the pumpkin spiced food comes out of hiding. Now, I’m not a fan of the Pumpkin Spiced Latte but I love me some Pumpkin Bread. In fact, Keltin and I have gone through a loaf and a half in a week. Ingredients: 15 Oz. Pumpkin Puree
The Texas Renaissance Festival near Houston is an adventure for sure!
Try cooking something a little different this fall.