Well, hello friends. Can you believe we’re basically halfway through the month of September? Can someone please explain to me when the heck that happened? My local grocery story is amped up for fall. There’s a full display of pumpkin
Sunday Supper: The Masters and a “Green Jacket” Pesto Chicken Salad with Champagne Vinaigrette & Baked Brie
Ahh, Sunday. I knew it was going to be a particularly swamped work week, so I blocked off the entire day in my calendar for three things only: late morning service at church, eating something delicious, and watching The Masters.
I loved Sunday lunch in my house growing up. It was like a game, trying to entice my mother into entertaining: “Mom, can we have the Richardsons over for lunch? Or maybe the Welkers and the Holmes? Or if you
Happy Sunday, friends! Just throwing out a quick post with what I’m watching, reading, eating and drinking this Sunday. First up: the Dallas Cowboys are taking on the Super Bowl-defending champion Seattle Seahawks. My Cowboys are 4-1, and I’m trying
I just returned from a long weekend in Tallahassee to watch my alma mater, the #1-ranked Florida State Seminoles, take on the #22 Clemson Tigers. If you follow college football, you know it was a slightly stressful weekend for Nole
I’ve been dying to make this for a Sunday Supper post. I love italian food, especially prosciutto and melon. And what could be better than throwing this classic combo on warm dough, and creamy, elegant brie cheese? It was so good
Sunday Supper: Cajun Sweet Potato Soup, White Cheddar Rosemary Stuffed Pretzel Bread, & Spiced Orange Coffee
It’s the second day in a row of rain. Wet, gray, napping weather. Last week I made a valiant attempt at behaving myself with that Summer Harvest Salad (although I did dirty it up with this Warm Bacon Vinaigrette), but on
This is one loaded salad. Healthy quinoa, crunchy asparagus, tangy burst tomatoes, hearty dill potatoes, creamy avocado, sweet corn, and the freshness of cilantro. It’s huge in size and huge on flavor. And yes, the salad dressing tastes like bacon.
I seriously love Mexican food. I love the spiciness; the way the veggies and cilantro and lime taste super fresh when you dump them together in a dish; the unabashed utilization of copious amounts of cheese. Yep, I’m cool with
Some Sundays meals call for an all day snacking opportunity, as opposed to a sit-down meal. One that can be enjoyed slowly while you tackle housework, a DIY project, or watch a game. I made two versions of this warm,