It’s a certain moment in your life that an answer comes to you in the most difficult of times, the ones in which you turn your prayers and being over to God. I have never been denied an answer from God in those moments. It’s as if you’ve been touched by the Spirit, a hand… Continue reading Be Grateful
We are so excited to let you know we are having a Registry Faire at the Pottery Barn in Algonquin Commons. It’s the first of its kind with Wedding Vendors products. We’ll have door prizes and goodie bags when you REGISTER in store. Here is your invitation: Registry Faire Why Register at Pottery Barn? Online… Continue reading Registry Faire at Pottery Barn and Why Register in Store
I work at Pottery Barn and I love Wedding Couples!!!! They are all full of hope with a little need of guidance when picking out their registry items. We’re doing something a little different at The Pottery Barn at Algonquin Commons. Here’s the invitation for you: Registry Faire We’ve partnered with local Small Businesses to bring… Continue reading Save-the-Date for the Pottery Barn Registry Faire
I was looking to make another Taco Tuesday dish but ran across this entrée, Loaded Carne Asada Fries, on Mission Taco Joint’s menu. Well, why not make it? Here’s the description: Carne Asada Fries – Wood-fire grilled flank steak, chile-crusted potato fries and Chihuahua cheese topped with guacamole, crema and pico de gallo. Mission… Continue reading Mexican Street Fries
This social food video cast a spell on me, Sweet Potato Carbonara. You may have seen it if you follow Eating Well on Face Book. I made it Saturday evening but I had to make two versions, one for me and one for the hubs. He is not a sweet potato man. I made him a traditional Carbonara.… Continue reading Killer Food Videos – Did You Take the Challenge?
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UPDATE: I’m re-posting the fudge recipe because it is the single most searched for item on my blog along with Captain America Cookies. No kidding. Just an aside, I did have someone contact me regarding the recipe whom had the same experience as I did growing up with fudge. Always nice…
In my teen years we lived on a farm in Yorkville, Illinois. We had a vegetable garden, which was probably about a half acre in size, that we tended. We grew enough rhubarb to freeze some for other occasions. My mom would make strawberry rhubarb pie which was just out of this world delicious. Fast forward to… Continue reading Brunch Standout Streusel Rhubarb Cake