What is better than a September walk on the beach on a cold day, margaritas under the trees, and a warm bean soup and cornbread to come home to? If you agree, then check out this post! You’ll want to make it today!!!
Years ago we visited Odiorne Point State Park. We went back today to find that it’s even better than we remembered! And when we got home Beth and I baked a Blueberry Peach Crumble. The best ever! Looking for a new place to hike? Looking for a dessert perfect for all those berries you picked? This is it!
I came up with this recipe while thinking about my old standby lemon chicken. But this new twist makes it a warmer, more comforting dish. Quick to put together and why not add my apple sangria on the side?
We revisited Moore State Park this weekend and although there was a lot of construction going on, and flowers were pretty much done, this park is always a beautiful, peaceful place to wander and connect with nature.
I’ve been to New Orleans twice, and hope to go again. This post includes my favorite restaurants, favorite memories and an amazing recipe for lemon filled beignets!
Remembering a hike to Purgatory Chasm back in 2010. We loved the area but wore the wrong shoes! Plus a recipe for yummy healthy breakfast bars made with bananas, applesauce, peanut butter and lots of healthy nuts and seeds! Oh, and oatmeal, too!
I love cabbage and I love pickles. What better combination that pickled cabbage? And a reminiscence of our trip to Great Brook Park, when we went back this morning for a COVID-19 version of the same trip!
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.
Looking for a fun way to keep food cold this summer AND have tasty drinks for the beach? These recipes for frozen beach drinks should do the trick.
Some afternoons I like a non-sugary snack. These lemony biscuits featuring the bite of sharp cheddar (inspired by my time in England) definitely do the trick.