One of my favorite dishes as a child was the Mexican Meatballs that my grandma (Mama Oli) use to make. In fact, it is one of my family’s favorite dishes, so much so, that my grandma didn’t make them too many times. The reason was that: either she had to make like 200 or we would fight over them—it was worse than playing monopoly. I asked her to share the recipe with me so I can share it with you gals. Enjoy!
January is my time to reflect and assess: finances, health, habits. I like to stop, take a breath and evaluate what I am doing and whether it still makes sense. Last fall I needed to clear out my closet and decided to give the capsule wardrobe a try (I Have Nothing to Wear). If you are not familiar, a capsule wardrobe is a collection of 30-40 essential, classic pieces that coordinate with each other to make a multitude of different outfits. It took me a while to whittle down my multi-size collection of clothes to decide what my capsule would contain, but once I committed it was on!
and on the 7th day God rested. He rested. He didn’t need to. He chose to. The day of rest is part of the seven days of creation. There were not six days; there were seven. The actual rest is part of the work. When God created, and said, “It is good,” the rest was part of that. Rest is good.
Whether you are trying to lose weight or just not gain, this time of year can be daunting with so many delicious treats everywhere! Even the highest level of willpower is tested by the sheer volume of seasonal delicacies. Here are a few helpful tips to help stay on track and tasty recipes that won’t leave you feeling deprived.
It can be a little time-consuming cleaning out the seeds, but the result is so worth it—especially if you mix up the flavors. I am going to share my favorite ways I season my pumpkin seeds.
Get the grill started!!! Spice-up your burgers with one of these recipes: Green Chili Savonna Burger, Siciliano Burger with Sweet Tomato Butter, Grilled Avocado Burger with Caramelized Chipotle Onions, & Green Chili Chicken Burger
Have you ever had something that you just couldn’t get rid of? No matter how hard you try to yank it out of your life, it just grows back even bigger! It’s pervasive, invasive and relentless: MINT!
By Angie Many people could quickly think of how they screwed up, but it took more thought and effort to come up with successes. Surprised? After giving it some thought, I was glad to share with her a heartfelt list. It made me think. Even though we are full of goofs, it’s ok. We are still valuable and loved. Why? I’ll show ya…
Spring has sprung- well sort of! It’s hard to tell as I look out my window at the inevitable Midwestern spring snowfall. Grrrr! In my heart and on my calendar it is spring which means it is time to shake out the cobwebs and conquer the clutter that the dark days of winter hid from sight. I’ve scoured the web for spring cleaning tips and tricks.
Desserts by Carolina. Valentine’s Day is just around the Corner. I am not a baker but its the one time I love making desserts. Here are some delicious desserts are sure to make your Valentine’s Day a sweet one.
Did you abandon your New Year’s Diet yet? That’s the problem with diets: they take a lot of work, they aren’t any fun and they are hard to maintain. Apparently, my family needs to eat every, single day. I think I would like cooking if I only had to do it a couple times a week.
Time to take down all of the Christmas decorations, and my very dry Christmas tree (that is shedding more than my cat). Honestly, this is my least favorite time of the year; right after Christmas, it tends to get really cold and snowy. However, one of my favorite things to make during this time is Chocolate Atole or Mexican Hot Chocolate.
It is that time of the year again. I have a Christmas Party or Dinner on almost every weekend. Do we go to my husband’s family Christmas party first? And then my parents? Which church do we go to celebrate Christmas? I have to buy presents…..