It’s not too late to plan a fun night watching the big game! We decided at the last minute to throw a party with just a few couples. I’m happy to share what I’m doing. I decided to make some traditional appetizers – mini hot dogs, veggie tray with dip, chips and salsa, chips and dip – you know, the usuals. What are your go-to appetizers? I wanted to go with a Kansas City theme for the main course so I’m doing BBQ ribs and chicken drumsticks in the slow cooker both made with a Kansas City style BBQ sauce
Christmas and Hanukkah are happening together this year. While Christmas generally includes Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, you have 8 days to celebrate Hanukkah! Here are some quick, simple ideas to add in some Hanukkah fun during your holiday week. → Add some blue and silver to your holiday decor.
Hello! I thought I would launch my blog update with a refresh of this simple Hanukkah meal. Since Hanukkah is happening around Christmas this year, you might be including both holidays in your December entertaining or party-going. The brisket recipe is my mother in law’s. I’ll link my previous blog
Want to host some people for a Hanukkah dinner this weekend and not sure where to start? I’ve got simple recipes for brisket and latkes to get you started. Full recipes with pictures of the process will be posted below. And, I’ve got a printable with the recipes and the
Is this you every day when you are asked what’s for dinner? Imagine KNOWING you’ve got everything you need, right in your own kitchen, to prepare a quick and healthy dinner to enjoy with your family. And you can do this every night of the week! Does that sound too
There’s still time to make some easy, homemade treats to bring to a celebration or give as a gift. I’ve been down with that nasty cold going around but I still wanted to bring something homemade for Christmas so I pulled out my easiest recipes. First up are the Hershey’s
Our second day of cooking with the challenge and we’re making Pork Tenderloin and Green Beans Sheet Pan Supper. Let’s start with the potatoes if you are doing carbs. Heat the oven to 400. Get a sheet pan ready with foil and cooking spray. You can use regular potatoes or
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