The New Recipe I am Obsessed With: Miracle Dough

Okay, so I could go on and on about how awesome this year’s Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is and how it is such a great deal. But I won’t. If you’ve checked out the bundle, you will realize that for yourself in seconds. And, to be honest, these bundles are a great value, but sometimes the amount of resources can be overwhelming. So I thought instead I would highlight the ebook that I have gotten the most use out of so far. I have started several of ebooks and one ecourse. It is hard to pick a favorite. I feel like I … Read more…

Farmers’ Market Finds and a Summer Squash Recipe

Ready for the farmers’ market mom!  You can’t beat delicious, ripe tomatoes! Not a bad haul at all if you ask me! Mitch and I decided (bribed ourselves) that after tackling our giant to-do list for this past week that we should reward ourselves and celebrate making Columbia home. What better way to celebrate and explore our new home than to grab a chocolatey cup of coffee, peruse the local farmers’ market, and then eat at one of our favorite places: Pepper Jax Grill! Mitch also surprised me by baking a yummy summer cobbler from some of the blackberries we bought … Read more…

Last-Minute Thanksgiving Recipes

Hopefully, most of you have your Thanksgiving menu set and all your groceries bought! But if you are not quite there, or you were asked to bring a dessert or side and are still looking for ideas, check out some of my favorite, last-minute Thanksgiving recipes! The first recipe I am going to share is an original: Mini Apple Crumb Pies. I created it when I had ton of sweet and tart apples from my grandma’s tree and a leftover crust in the fridge. My mom came up with this idea of keeping flour for rolling out doughs in a … Read more…