If you like Indian food, you will love this naan recipe. Simple ingredients, just a few steps (including allowing the dough to rise) and you have a bread perfect for spicy food, or perfect for dessert! You decide. And some lessons from my father in honor of today, Father’s Day.
An old post with updated photos of our hike around Lexington and Concord on Patriot’s Day 10 years ago, but also just recently.
Back in 2009 and 2010 I had a blog called 52B452. It was my review of over 32 state and national parks we visited back then. Life was different, it was winter, and I was ranking parks based on dog-friendliness, kid safety, and wheelchair accessibility. But looking back, we enjoyed, and today we returned to one. This is my old post with new photos and updated links!
If you’re making ice cream, why not make it special? Why not try Golden Milk for a new flavor that brings a bit of heat and a bit of holiday comfort? Sharing my recipe and my memories of ice cream.
Looking for an amazing mocha coconut cake? Wondering whether you should splurge and buy one of those fancy stand mixers? This is my review of three great mixers and my version of a mocha cake with espresso and coconut in it too! What’s not to love?
Did you like history in school? I didn’t. But eventually I found a teacher that got how my brain worked and I learned more about history because she got us involved and making Indian Food – Dry Dal!
When I was young, childhood contained a mix of days, some good, some bad. But the day we made our own bread and butter was one of the best!
Have you ever had a taffy pull? It can be fun, and for me it brings back a lot of childhood memories.
I love the Keys, and I love to cook when I’m inspired. This is my version of a Tropical Pork Dinner in the slowcooker inspired by a trip I took with my mother to the Florida Keys.
I was nominated by Dr. Namrata, PhD, of Penofhearts.com for this award. In my post I answer a few questions about myself, and then make recommendations on other blogs you may want to check out~ Enjoy!