Discovered something recently... You dont gotta be Leo to become a hero to a pretty girl. Or her brother. All you have to do is start grabbing stuff out of your meagerly stocked fridge, and get creative...that's what led to our recent creation of "The Iceberg" Kids Drink Recipe. And since no one … Read more about Icebergs – Kids Drink Recipe
UPDATE- I made this amazing crock pot again on Sunday and got it absolutely perfect, so I'm fine-tuning this recipe and post. Strain all the beans, make the salsa medium, use Pepperjack cheese, and follow the rest of the instructions exactly. And don't leave out the sour cream. Trust me. And if you … Read more about Sex, and Crock Pot White Bean Chicken Chili
So, it's a long standing joke in my circle how I got completely passed over by the sports gene. My Dad played football until he broke his back. My brother played football until he figured out that was better at finance and sarcasm. My son (age 8) informed me over the weekend that he intends to … Read more about Tailgating Recipe: Football and Salmon Salad? #ad
UPDATE 2/9/16 - Come read about my #121DaysofChange...Real Food and no alcohol for 4 months. And the best part, this ceviche recipe and my Crock Pot White Bean Chicken Chili are both real food! Went to Mexico. Laid on a beach. Ate everything. Literally. Ate Mexico. As a result, today I'm going … Read more about The best Ceviche recipe I’ve ever found, from a little beach bar in Mexico.
Anyone with a Costco card knows there are only 2 reasons that thing is remains in your wallet year after year, and why the only response to that "Would you like to renew your membership" question at the register every year is an uncomfortably loud "Oh HELL Yeah". Number one. To ensure that if … Read more about Costco Cakes: The Dark Side.
I couldn't find inspiration in the topics that MamaKat had outlined today, so I am creating my own. Call it marching to the beat of my own drum, call it childish insolence, whatever. I call this topic, "how to find a private moment with your best friend."1. Location - selecting your environment is … Read more about How to eat chocolate when no one is watching.
When I was a kid my mom (or me mum) used to make the most amazing flank steak recipe...I carried the memory of it all through my life. A really vivid memory of that flavor, which was quite unlike any other. And until recently, I hadn't had that flank steak in probably 30 years. Only being the … Read more about Flank Steak Recipe From A Childhood Memory
Even though I've been eating these since I was a kid, my daughter and I can't figure out what to call them. They never had a name growing up, but you would think that Santa and the Easter Bunny were sitting in our living room every time Mom announced we were having...whatever the hell they're … Read more about Mash Dogs. Cheesy Mash Dogs. Whatever.
I was in love once. A crazy, reckless love that proved to be a blissfully emotional time in my life. She was spicy, fulfilling, and she made me feel like I was the only one in the world for her. And then one day, quite suddenly, she was gone. Her name was Burrito Zacatecas, and she disappeared. … Read more about A Burrito For The Ages.
Today I have a very special tribute to three individuals at Kroger whose names I dont even know. But you made a difference in my life, and I want to spend a minute acknowledging you today.You see, on Sunday I narrowly avoided an aneurysm spending the day attending to the simple and strenuous needs … Read more about Angels at Kroger
How do I justify thee? Let me count the ways.As a strapping man of many stone, I understand my worth, for yea that mine own intake may not exceed 2800 calories on the morrow.As well my morning coffee cost me but a trifle, a mere 50 calories in nonfat milk, and four sweeteners sent to adorn and … Read more about Sweet sustenance, thy name is Wendy.