I wasn't really planning on having tacos but as the day went on and I started smelling the chicken cooking in those sauces, it smelled like taco night. I threw in some cumin, chili powder, salt, and pepper and shredded up the chicken. Then, I just served them up on flour tortillas with guacamole, onion, cucumber, and tomato.Read More
Rainbow spaghetti?! Why though??
First and foremost, I’m pretty sure when my oldest was about a year and a half old I wrote a blog post about how he was such a wonderful eater. I was super proud of him and also kind of braggy about it. Approximately five minutes after I wrote that post, he became the world’s pickiest eater.Read More
Ghormeh Sabzi literally means "herb stew" in Persian. It is a dark green stew made with kidney beans, onions, lamb or beef, and herbs (usually parsley, leeks, fenugreek, and cilantro - but different variations exist) and served over tahdig, this amazingly crunchy rice crust that I will go into more detail on in a bit.Read More
I've gotten into a slight obsession with my brand new muffin tin. Its glass. Its decorative. Its small. Its Pioneer Woman. I also have a slight obsession with Pioneer Woman. If you haven't seen her products, please get to Walmart and check them out.Read More
I haven't talked about it much here but for the past year I have been on a weight loss journey. I gained a lot of weight when I was pregnant with my daughter (who is now a year old) and soon after she was born I began using the Slow Carb Diet to lose the extra pounds.Read More
For the past several years, I have participated in Lent. I did not grow up doing Lent. I grew up in a southern baptist church and had never even really heard of Lent until I was in college. My best friend in college was/is catholic and I became very fascinated when she would give up chips or sodas each year and decided I wanted to do it too. Still, my family doesn't observe it but it has something I have grown to love doing each year.Read More