Farmer’s Market Tips

Farmer's Market Tips

One of the great things about living in south Texas is that our growing season is longer then most places. We have mild winters that allows for some seasonal vegetation when most places are covered in … [Continue reading...]

Rosemary Roasted Tomatoes

Rosemary roasted tomatoes

My grandpa was 100 percent Italian and sometimes I think I get my love of food from him. He would spend all day cooking to make his specialty - gallons and gallons of homemade pasta sauce. He used the … [Continue reading...]

Bacon Avocado Scones

Bacon Avocado Scones

Most of the time when I wake up in the morning I don't jump out of bed.  It's more of a reluctant slide off the side of my bed and shuffle to the coffee.  And I do mean slide.  I put my … [Continue reading...]

Our Garden – March

our garden - march 2014

It looks like Spring may finally be here to stay.  I'm excited because that means my gardening can move outside!  I started our garden instead [in K-cups!] last month and they are ready to … [Continue reading...]

Life of the Party No. 30


Hey yall!  Welcome back to another Life of the Party link up!  [Woohoo!]  I'm ready to see what everyone has been up to this week.  I love looking through the links that you … [Continue reading...]

Simple Food Swaps for Kids

Simple food swaps for kids

One of things that we have been doing is researching our food products more.  We are trying to cut down on processed foods and eat better in general.  But its tough and sometimes we just … [Continue reading...]

Leek and Asparagus Pasta

Easy Leek and Aspargaus Pasta

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pompeian. Have I told you lately, that I'm sort of a giant fan of pasta?  I could really and truly eat it every day of the week.  I even … [Continue reading...]

Baby Time – a Giveaway


Before you get any ideas - no baby here.  But I do love babies.  I'm the weird person that wants to smell a babies head when I hold them.  [Not strangers babies, babies I know.  … [Continue reading...]

Turnip Hash


One of the things that I really regret is not getting into gardening sooner.  My grandma and great grandma were both avid gardeners and were a wealth of knowledge.  Every now and then my mom … [Continue reading...]

Must Have Garden Tools

Must have garden tools

Yesterday was the first official day of Spring!  I would have liked to start transplanting our little seedlings [that we started in K-cups!] but Ryley was sick.  Pukey sick.  So we … [Continue reading...]