Month: December 2017

Berries and Cream Dessert

Here I lay tucked into my bed, weak and sickly a mere day before New Year’s Eve. I’m surrounded by tissues, tea, and heat packs with my head so stuffy that I’m squinting just to see and my nose is running more than a leaky faucet. I’m jumping back and forth between working, writing, googling how to get rid of a cold fast, and reminiscing on all those days I took for granted where I was able to breathe through my nose. I’m not so good at relaxing – can you tell? December has been the busiest month to date...

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Green Beans With Toasted Almonds

When weekday dinners aren’t the bane of my existence… weekday side dishes are. It always seems like the same rotating selection of 3 different dishes made to get your family to at least pretend they’re eating a couple of vegetables. Of course -let’s not kid ourselves here, green beans are the furthest thing from spicing up weekday dinners… but at least you get to arm yourself with another side dish for your roster. Sometimes it’s the little things, like discovering a new recipe for supper that can make a long weekday night even a little bit better. So despite being a...

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How To Make Gourmet Popcorn With Flavored Sea Salt

Get ready to grab your favorite pajamas, a big cup of tea (or wine, I mean who’s kidding who here), and pop that popcorn because your latest Netflix binges have never been so sweet  (or should I say… salty?) In just three simple steps, you can be well on your way to enjoying savory, buttery popcorn – with an added twist! Hello Gourmet Popcorn, and Hello Riverdale Binges! Step One Pop the popcorn. Step Two Pour on the butter, if it’s not buttery already! (So I mean technically, you could get gourmet popcorn in two steps. Winning!) Step Three...

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