Did you know today is National Spaghetti Day? In honor of this staple American meal, I decided to share my very own spaghetti sauce recipe. It just takes about half an hour to prep and the rest is up to your stove as it simmers for about two hours. Continue reading
I love couponing and a lot of times my weekly menu for our dinners is directly related to items I was able to find on sale. Barilla pasta is already my favorite brand and so when I saw that I could get a box of their new ‘Pronto’ penne for basically nothing, I jumped at the deal. Continue reading
About a week ago I was craving something different for dinner. My husband is happy with having steak every night, but I decided to make chicken instead. Keep reading to see what I came up with! Continue reading
Earlier this year, I found one of my favorite treasures ever – a McCall’s Cookbook from 1963 (a first printing). Within it is the most basic cookie – a brown-sugar shortbread cookie – and that’s what I put together here with a starry twist! Continue reading
When Olya, of The Siberian American, was looking for a guest post while on her trip I was really excited to jump at the opportunity to share a recipe with her readers! She mentioned that she would be visiting Traverse City, which is known for producing at least 70% of the tart cherries in the U.S. annually! That’s over 200 MILLION POUNDS – and lots of cherry cobbler!! Continue reading
If you’re a jalapeño fan, this fast and easy recipe is for you! Continue reading
This post is brought to you by Boston Market. All content and opinions, including this recipe, are my own.
Did you know June 2nd is Rotisserie Chicken Day?! I actually didn’t either until I received an e-mail from Boston Market asking me to partner with them by sharing a recipe in honor of the occasion. Continue reading