This Top Sirloin Steak with Mustard Sauce recipe is my go-to dinner for busy weeknights when I’m craving red meat! It’s fast, healthy, and delicious.
Monday’s come around again. How was your weekend? Mine was lovely. As I mentioned in my Homemade Kettle Corn post last week, it’s fair time around here, so I got in a little fair visit and went to the movies to see all the pretty
men horses in Magnificent Seven. Not a bad weekend at all. 😉
We are nearly through the month of September, which means here on the blog, our month of Simple September Dinners is drawing to a close. But fear not, you know I love me some quick and easy recipes. There are plenty more of them in our future.
This month we made Easy Teriyaki Chicken using chicken thighs and Basil Chicken Pasta with chicken breasts. We are finishing out the month with something a bit more robust: Quick and Easy Broiled Steak With Mustard Sauce. Continue Reading
These Pumpkin Donuts with Maple Glaze are moist, lightly spiced, and delicious.
If you follow me on Instagram, you might have, via the stories feature, seen me testing these doughnuts a few weeks ago in August. It felt almost sacrilegious cracking open a can of pumpkin puree before September, but it was so worth it so that I could have this recipe ready for you today, because, guys. These. Donuts. Are. AMAZING. Continue Reading
A delicious sweet and salty Easy Homemade Kettle Corn recipe plus tips on how to make kettle corn without burning the sugar.
Is it fair time in your county yet? We are just kicking off our county fair here in my part of the world, and I thought it would be a good time to do a fair food post in the form of homemade kettle corn, because, guys, I LOVE fair time.
My very first job was working in the office of a fairgrounds in my college town, and for a 19-year-old who loved animals, shouting over walkie talkies, and lovable weirdos, working a fair was just about the best job in the world.
I was with that job for thee crazy, wonderful years, and to this day, I still get sensory flashbacks the minute I step onto a fairgrounds and smell that familiar mix of animals and deep fried everything. I love it.
My main job was handling vendors and contracts during the fair, and one of the perks of that job was SO MUCH free fair food. By the end of the fair, my stomach would turn any time I walked too close to someone carrying an elephant ear or particularly pungent batch of onion rings, but the one thing I always had room for was kettle corn. Continue Reading
Basil Chicken Pasta is one of my favorite quick and easy meals. Just simmer basil, chicken, and tomatoes together, serve over the pasta of your choice, sprinkle with Parmesan, and enjoy!
It’s Monday, funday! How was your weekend? Is it starting to cool down in your part of the world? Here in SoCal, we had a bit of a reprieve from the heat last week, but it’s back up in the 90’s this week. I just want it to be sweater weather already!!
This month on the blog, we are making super simple dinners that are healthy, easy, and quick. Last week we made Teriyaki Chicken With Homemade Teriyaki sauce, a dinner that comes together in all of 15 minutes. Today I’m sharing a recipe that takes a few minutes longer, but is just as simple, Basil Chicken Pasta. Continue Reading
This Pumpkin Spice Latte recipe uses real pumpkin and can be made two ways, as a light pumpkin spice latte or as a more decadent version.
Hey guys, happy Saturday. How is your weekend treating you so far?
You might remember a few months ago I announced the start of Simple Saturdays, where I use Saturdays to post quick, simple recipes, tips, and tricks that just don’t find their way onto the main blog calendar.
They went on a bit of a hiatus during summer, but they’re back just in time for fall, and we’re starting up again with the ever-controversial Pumpkin Spice Latte. Continue Reading