Isabella has been talking a lot more in the last week! She's suddenly saying more and more words out of nowhere. It's unbelievably strange to hear her talk while being so little because Elizabeth didn't, and the older kids were "little" a long time ago so I tend to compare Izzy to Elizabeth a lot … Continue reading Izzy’s Talking, a New Freezer, and My Preggo Sister!
This dinner is a fairly new addition to our menu and Stephen and I really enjoy it. It is easy to throw together at dinnertime by doing the first half of the recipe in the afternoon. It reminds me a bit of meatloaf in its flavor, and it definitely has a comfort food feel to … Continue reading Recipe | Cheeseburger Pie
This is my favorite chili recipe because it is sweet and full of chunky vegetables. It makes an amazing dinner and fantastic leftover lunches! Ingredients 1 medium onion, chopped 1 small green pepper, chopped 1/2 cup chopped celery 1 lb ground turkey 1 can (28oz) tomatoes, undrained 4oz tomato sauce 1 cup water 2 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce … Continue reading Recipe | Classic Chili
This homemade version of teriyaki chicken has amazing flavor and just the right amount of kick. My husband and I love it, and so do our teenagers. This recipe makes a (very) filling dinner for four adults. Ingredients 2 lbs chicken tenderloin, cut into bite-sized pieces 1 ½ cups rice + 3 cups water 12 oz … Continue reading Recipe | Teriyaki Chicken & Rice
This simple, tasty, and economical dinner is one that brings back fond memories of my childhood, so for that reason alone, I enjoy making it. My mom would make this hash with ground beef but I only cook beef in “meatier” dishes like pot roast or french dip. With recipes like this, however, I use ground … Continue reading Recipe | Stovetop Hash