I am well aware I started this in May and am just posting it two, almost three months, later. With working during one of the wildest travel times and it just being our busy season, I have been extremely absent from most things. However, I do have this post and one more coming out over… Continue reading A Trip to the Motherland pt. 2
“I want to vacation so long, I forget all my passwords.” – Unknown True story due to complications coming home from vacation, I forgot my email password. BUT we had a fantastic time celebrating my 30th last week prior to that. This is not an ad review, this is just us absolutely loving our time… Continue reading Lazy Rivers, Monster Burgers, and Bacardi Buckets Oh My.
"The trouble with eating Italian food is that five or six days later you're hungry again"-George Miller So I may have an obsession with Italian cuisine, but in reality...who doesn't? For me it's more of the memories it brings back. Growing up in a military family meant a lot of moving around as a child,… Continue reading Tastes Like My Childhood
Hello everyone! An update before we jump into this: I'm in the middle of a job change. I decided a work from wherever type job would be best for me and the amount of traveling we do. It wasn't an easy decision as I enjoyed the job I was currently at, but miserable having to… Continue reading Coming Back for Happy Hour
It's been a while and to be fair, I just haven't had the time to sit down and write. With working through spring break, needing time to catch my breath, and just sleeping...it's been a rough couple of months. I'm glad to be back though and this summer is going to be a busy one!… Continue reading A Weekend Adventure in ATL
“Cooking is at once child’s play and adult joy. And cooking done with care is an act of love.”– Craig Claiborne Alright we're back in the kitchen today and this time, it's for some some Cheeseburger Soup. Ah yes, I know there's tons of these recipes out there but at least here you won't be… Continue reading Soup, Soup, & Soup Soup
I like to cook Indian food when I can. I find the process of creating a home-cooked meal to be unwinding. Archie Panjabi So before we start, let's talk about the fact that there are hundreds of curry recipes out there. Thai, Northern Indian, Southern Indian, Afghan, the list goes on and on as to… Continue reading Make A Little Heat
“I wish I was full of tacos instead of emotions.”-Anonymous Good Morning and hello from your favorite snarky blogger, me. I'm doing something a little different so be prepared because we're getting into some recipes. Don't worry, there isn't some long story here, just a DISCLAIMER. I don't actually use measurements for my spices. Whaaat.… Continue reading So You Said You Want to Cook With Me
"People who are gluten free get a lot of hate, but I really respect them for going against the grain."-Anonymous I know what you're thinking, "Courtney, why the hell would YOU be gluten free??" Trust me, folks, it's not by choice. At the beginning of the month I ended up extremely sick for over a… Continue reading What Do You Mean No Bread?
"The fondest memories are made when gathered around the table with family and friends." -Anonymous Ah spring. What a beautiful time of year with the flowers in bloom, tree pollen coating our cars yellow, and noses sniffling nonstop. Add the plague to the mix and spring of 2020 is a wild one, that's for sure. Easter… Continue reading Enough with the Sweatpants Already