The girls and I have been cooking up a storm in the kitchen lately. We love trying new recipes and tweaking flavors to our own liking.
Guys, it’s pumpkin season and nothing makes me happier than a delicious homemade pumpkin pie.
Hey friends! I have found heaven on earth and it’s DELICIOUS!! Please, when you get home tonight (or when you have 20 mins in the kitchen),
In my efforts to be GF (that’s gluten free for those of you who haven’t been out to eat since 2010),
It’s Saturday morning, and I’m feeling a little French! This may be because fall makes me long to visit Paris, or because of this song I’ve had on repeat by Pink Martini. Since I can’t jet off to Paris, I decided to give my new crepe pan a try – first time crepe maker, right here guys! I love crepes – especially because they can be both sweet and savory (I usually need both to be satisfied).
I stumbled upon this site that pulled together THIRTY sweet and savory crepe recipes. Yup, THIRTY! I finally decided on a crepe recipe from Half Baked Harvest. So this morning, I’m…
Since we had a nice sit-down dinner for our wedding reception, we wanted our rehearsal dinner for the wedding party and family to be more fun and casual. And since it was so beautiful up at Sundance that time of year, we wanted to be able to be outside with a view. So we decided to have a BBQ, and Blake’s parents actually made the food, with the help of one of Becky’s good friends. A brave thing to do for such a big group, right?? We held it at Blake’s Aunt and Uncle’s beautiful home on the mountain, on their deck that has an amazing view Mount Timpanogos.
Well the food turned out AMAZING, and since then I’ve had so many people asking me for the recipes of some of the dishes. So this last Sunday, Becky agreed to show me how to make a couple of the favorites – the pork tenderloin and pasta salad. We threw in a few more sides and made a great Sunday dinner out of it!