It's late summer and in our house, that's canning season. The first crop to come in were the cucumbers. My husband jarred dozens of pickles, relish, and more. Next up? Tomatoes. That's where I jumped in on the canning fun. It's pretty crazy that you can in the summer because it's always 90 degrees! If… Continue reading Canning Tomatoes
RECIPE: Chia Pudding
Chia Pudding Easy, make-ahead breakfast for busy people on the go. glass jar 1 scoop whey protein (vanilla or chocolate work best)2 tbsp chia seeds1 tsp hemp hearts1 tsp cacao nibs1/2 tsp cinnamon1 - 1 1/2 c milk of choice (I use vanilla almond milk) Mix all dry ingredients in the jar.Add one to… Continue reading RECIPE: Chia Pudding
Wine for a Cheer Road Trip
A road trip to Erie, Pennsylvania for a cheerleading competition resulted in a glimpse of Lake Erie Wine Country and a visit to Liberty Vineyards and Winery.
Wine for When Dinner Cooks Itself
My review of Ruché, an Italian wine that accompanied our delicious rotisserie chicken, roasted beets and garden cucumbers.
Happy 100th Birthday Julia Childs!
Today's Google doodle features Julie Childs, the famous chef. She would have been 100 today. In honor of her, I thought I'd share a favorite recipe of my own. Enjoy! Eggplant Parmesan 1 large eggplant Cooking oil 1 egg 1/2 cup milk Bread crumbs Tomato sauce (can be jar or homemade) Mozzarella cheese Parmesan cheese… Continue reading Happy 100th Birthday Julia Childs!