Thursday, September 5, 2019

Thursday, August 29, 2019

6 Shows You Should Binge Watch Now!





I am so in love with this 7 episode series. Featuring strong and dynamic women, this is my top choice for the first binge watching you should do. I have HBO GO and it's streaming all 7 episodes. This was first a book and I can't wait to read it!!



Ohh how I love zombies!! Or now I do. I didn't really like this concept at first, but after I watched the first episode I was hooked. I love how you go with everyone on a life or death ride, and how it provides so many characters to root for and against. This show is streaming on Netflix and Itunes and a few other places. 


I wasn't sure I wanted to watch this but I jumped in feet first. I watched the first 3 in one sitting. I love the concept and the vision for this show. It was a show that had impact and really was a joy to watch, but it's not for the faint of heart. This is streaming on Netflix.


This is a wild show. Not only did I love the mess of the family, but the acting is great and the storyline keeps the viewer on their toes. This is also streaming on Netflix.


OMG. Eat this with a full stomach or you won't be able to hear it over the growling. I love food, and for that reason I love this show. It's streaming on Netflix and I couldn't wait to watch the next one, and the next one, and the next one... I loved these and it got me off my couch and into the kitchen.


**I had to update with Orphan Black***


I should have put this on here a long time ago I love love this show. I can't describe it without giving to much away but it's a great sci fi show. Tatiana Maslany is flipping fantastic and she really makes this show outstanding. I highly recommend this show. 
Monday, August 26, 2019

I love this song!!


Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Thursday, August 8, 2019

The Garden of Eatin’: Five Herbs You Should Be Growing This Summer




You know it’s that time of year. The signs are all around you. Children are running loose. Everything is turning green. Ghostly legs emerge from Winter’s wool and stand upon sandaled feet. That woman (you know the one) is exposing far more skin than could ever be considered appropriate, but still not as much as that guy on the riding lawnmower. Or that guy riding his bicycle. Or that guy jogging down your side of the street. Or that guy cutting in front of those kids to use the slip n’ slide. Every block you drive offers a wisp of smoldering charcoal; the promise of an appetite satisfied by flame-kissed meat. That’s right, it’s Summer. It’s that time of year when the word “fresh” finds its way into our vocabularies. When we want to bite into an ear of fresh corn, and smell fresh cut grass on fresh breezes. When our tables are adorned with fresh cut flowers, given as a peace offering after a boy has gotten a little TOO fresh. It’s also prime time to start growing and cooking with your very own fresh herbs. Here are five basal herbs that you’ll thank yourself for planting every time you pick a fresh sprig for your Summer supper.
  1. Rosemary (Perennial)
    Right off the bat (hey that’s a reference to a Summer sport) one of the great things about rosemary is the fact that it’s a perennial herb. That means that if you plant this fragrant, flavorful evergreen shrub, it’ll be providing you years of deliciousness for nothing more than a little water every now and then. Just remember that if you live in a climate that doesn’t have to dream of a white Christmas, it’s best to plant this herb in a pot and bring it in out of the cold for Winter. Rosemary excels when it is flavoring all different kinds of meats.
  2. Sweet Basil (Annual)
    This versatile herb will need to be replanted each year, but the number of times I find myself cutting some fresh basil every Summer more than makes up for the “hassle.” Basil will add a fresh flavor to just about anything. Whether you are chopping it up with some pine nuts and citrus for a light pesto, or just tearing it up for a little flavor in a romaine salad, you’ll be surprised how often you come back inside with some basil in your hand.
  3. Chives (Perennial)
    Another hearty herb, like rosemary, chives will return each year. Once you get hooked on these little green spears, you’re going to find that you’re garnishing everything you can think of with these wonderful oniony shoots. Put them on your baked potato, sprinkle them on your steak. Heck, just try some pasta with a little butter and chives. It’ll become your Summer comfort food when it’s too hot for casseroles or meatloaf. Hey, I should try them on meatloaf!
  4. Cilantro (Annual)
    This is for when you are in the mood for some Mexican inspired dishes. Cilantro is a great offsetting flavor to the chiles used in a lot of the spicier dishes that come from south of the border. It is one of the necessities of a good salsa, and if you’re feeling adventurous, throw some into the pesto we talked about before. You’ll be surprised how much you like the results.
  5. Mint (Perennial)
    Mint is often overlooked as an ingredient. Most people think it’s just the “breath freshener” herb. Wrong, wrong, wrong. Try taking a few leaves and using them as a garnish on an otherwise heavy dessert, or chop them up and toss them into a fruit salad with a little Triple sec. Not only will it add a welcome color to your plate, the refreshing flavor will be a welcome addition to your palate. And of course, lest we forget, there is only one acceptable cocktail to drink during the Summer: the mojito.
These are, I believe, the essential basic herbs to grow. If you can only grow some, these are probably the best. Once you cook with fresh herbs from your own garden, you’ll wonder why you ever bought dried herbs from the store.

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

National Cheesecake Day


Friday, July 26, 2019

Mood Board Turquoise


Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Friday, June 14, 2019

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Moonstruck Eggs~Recipe



This is by far one of our favorite recipes you can find similar recipes of this online. I wanted to share mine we don't to many things different on our recipe. This is a comfort food in our house we have it during the winter season and as a quick breakfast or dinner. I do recommend watching Moonstruck it's a great movie in fact a family favorite. I would love to hear if you try this you can do all sorts of variations of this . We have this Meyer lemon olive oil and it bright some brightness to the dish.

1 loaf crusty bread sliced (sourdough or cracked wheat)
1 egg
1 bell pepper sauteed
Optional (Creme Fraiche/ Or small slice of brie cheese)
Optional (green chilies)


You want to cut bell peppers in thin strips and saute. Then Cut a small hole in the bread and crack egg in it on the stove top with sauteed peppers. Below is the dish we had this morning it's so good and it's great with coffee for a morning dish or even dinner.



Wednesday, June 5, 2019

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Friday, April 19, 2019

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

My Top 3 Favorite Songs right now!


My Top 3 Favorite Songs right now!




                          

                      

                 
Wednesday, March 20, 2019

First Day of Spring


Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Simple Pleasure


Tuesday, February 12, 2019

February Dance Mix

No-Chop Chili Recipe



I have to say this is my one go to dinner for winter and fall. Its an old recipe from @cookinglight it's a hard to find recipe I have adapted my own version of this and also used the same one as the link below. I change up the salsa and don't really measure as what's suggested. 

No-Chop Chili
 Cooking Light Magazine

1 lb. ground Turkey
2 cups water
2  cups frozen whole-kernel corn
1 cup bottled salsa (medium)
2 Teaspoons chili powder
1 Tablespoon sugar
2 1/2 teaspoons ground cumin
1 1/2 teaspoons dried oregano
2  can chili beans, undrained (we like more beans)
1  can fire roasted diced tomatoes, undrained

Cook the meat in a large pan until meat is cooked and drain any excess fat. I put the tomatoes in first and let simmer for a min and then add in everything else and let boil and then reduce heat.

Click here to view the recipe someone else had saved I used the same measurements but I don't measure in mine. 
Friday, January 18, 2019

Teal Mood Board



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