Dinner time…oh, dinner time. I cringe at the mere thought of you. I dread the horror that awaits me, and the fact that I’m powerless to stop it. Every day dinner is on my mind. How can we get through this as painless as possible while still eating somewhat nutritious food? I’m going on seven […]
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I love warm weather. I also love cooking. But those two don’t go hand in hand. Whether it’s been a long day at work, ballgames in the heat or you’re simply heading to an outdoor party, check out 3 of my favorite (and ridiculously easy!) recipes to whip up as the dog days of summer […]
One morning, I was on Facebook and I started seeing the photos. Photos of major flooding. Pictures of people in boats trolling carefully around homes, water tipping the tops of vehicles, the faces of the people in Baton Rouge…I couldn’t get the looks on those faces out of my head. The nightmare some were living in […]
It happens every night. Dinner. Sometimes it takes me by surprise, but most of the time not. With everyone going different ways most of the day, I think it’s super important for us to all eat together and I’ve tried to protect this time as much as possible. Paired with the fact that I actually […]
Do you like to travel? Do you like to try new foods from various cultures? Sometimes when the kids come along it isn’t always in the budget to vacation to those destinations, but with this dining guide to various restaurants in OKC I think you can still find ways to expand your palette without exhausting […]
You have to feed your entire family 3 times a day, every single day. And that doesn’t’ include snacks. No pressure. Meal planning can be intimidating and overwhelming. But in today’s world, it is a necessity if you want to keep healthy eating on track for both you and your family. I learned early on […]