Herb Gardens for Beginners

Herb Gardens for Beginners

One of my favorite things about summer is the access to more fresh, local foods including fresh herbs. I did not grow up eating fresh herbs, but it is something I have grown to really love and incorporate into my cooking. There’s nothing better than fresh pesto made with basil from the garden. There’s just no going back to the… View Post
Easy Halloween Chili Board

Easy Halloween Chili Board

Are you looking for something super easy, Pinterest worthy and festive to make for you or your family this spooky season? Try a Halloween chili board! This is so easy and will not result in a #pinterestfail, promise! It is very easy to do. Your family will love it and so will you. A chili board with all the toppings… View Post
Budget Friendly 4th of July Spread

Budget Friendly 4th of July Spread

“Knee high by the 4th of July.” It’s something I find myself saying every year. If you know, you know. 🙂 If you are not from the Midwest and find yourself confused, let me break it down for you. You know the famous Iowa corn? Think Field of Dreams circa 1989. I’m not saying it’s what made Iowa corn famous… View Post
Inspiring Ideas for Hosting a Girls Night In

Inspiring Ideas for Hosting a Girls Night In

I am thrilled to be teaming up with my friend and food blogger, Ally from Ally’s Sweet and Savory Eats. The feeling of being a “new” blogger for some reason is still with me and hanging out in her company makes me feel so legit! Her cooking totally speaks my love language…if ‘eating’ was one of the 5 love languages.… View Post
Getting Fancy with Charcuterie

Getting Fancy with Charcuterie

Here’s an example of a charcuterie board I made this weekend for a wine tasting I hosted at my house. I know you secretly want to impress your family and friends this holiday season. I promise you there is no skill or cooking required. What could be better? And let’s face it, the holidays are getting closer by the day.… View Post
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