The Tastiest Queso Ever

// (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({ google_ad_client: “ca-pub-7026625438650320”, enable_page_level_ads: true }); Does anyone else wake up on Monday feeling as if they need more sleep? I’m all for appreciating each day of the week, but I can definitively say that Monday has always been my least favorite. On Mondays, I’ve been known to daydream about rushing home to take off my makeup and put on … Continue reading The Tastiest Queso Ever

Yummy Basil Pasta with Cheesy Broiled Tomatoes

Why is it that cold weather makes me crave comfort food? Then again, most days I crave comfort food. The kind of food that makes you want to snuggle under a blanket after you finish eating. Maybe I’ll catch a few episodes on Netflix afterward or finish my new reference book. It’s the small things in life. Pasta comes darn close to fulfilling this need. … Continue reading Yummy Basil Pasta with Cheesy Broiled Tomatoes

Soft Peanut Butter Cookies

You know what goes well with lots of snow? A tropical vacation? Yes! Unfortunately, that’s not in the cards for me at the moment. Alas! In all seriousness, cookies are wonderful when you’re snowed in. They’re especially good if you can share them with someone special, that just happens to be snowed in with you! However, once you taste these cookies, you might just wish … Continue reading Soft Peanut Butter Cookies

Skinny Pineapple Fluff Cupcakes

Let’s be honest. I rarely make low-fat or diet recipes. Too often they taste like they belong in the trash and I’m more than happy to deliver them to their home (the waste bin). However, if a recipe is delicious and just happens to be low-fat then color me interested. I think the delicious part sold me. What’s more, this recipe couldn’t be any easier, … Continue reading Skinny Pineapple Fluff Cupcakes

A Simple Country Supper – Breaded Pork Tenderlion, Country Fried Apples, and Biscuits

  Supper you say? What’s that? Well, my friends, It’s arguably the best meal of the day, something most Americans refer to as “dinner”. In the south, the term supper is used to refer to an informal family meal that is the last meal of the day. Though the exact origins remain somewhat obscure, supper descended from the French word souper. In my family, the … Continue reading A Simple Country Supper – Breaded Pork Tenderlion, Country Fried Apples, and Biscuits