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Monthly Archives: December 2011

I must confess…

So it’s Dec 27th (I wrote this yesterday), two days after Christmas and three days after I made my chocolate pie and today I triedView full post »

Turkey, lots and lots of it…

Now that Christmas is over, we have a ton of leftovers, especially turkey.  But I’m really happy about that because after eatingView full post »

My final Christmas menu…

So we’re getting down to the wire and I still haven’t prepped as much as I would like, but I think this is going to be ourView full post »

My favorite Christmas side…

This broccoli casserole isn’t Paleo, but it is grain, gluten, wheat and sugar free so to me, it’s the perfect splurge, notView full post »

Christmas eve dinner, one side at a time….

So I’m still working on my list for our big Christmas eve dinner list, but think I’m getting closer.  Last night I made someView full post »

It’s almost Christmas…

And with it rapidly approaching, I thought I better start testing out some things I’m going to make for Christmas eve dinner andView full post »

‘Tis the season…

It’s honestly so rare that I drink, but this time of year with all of the parties and get togethers, well, it’s just nice to kick backView full post »

Tasty appreciation….

My kids have really amazing teachers this year so wanted to do a little something different rather than just buying a gift, so ofView full post »

Craving some Thai…

Once in awhile I still miss a good Thai dish and this Thai Curry Chicken dish completely satisfies that craving. What I love about thisView full post »

Bacon makes everything yummy!

The other morning we made these for a different kind of breakfast, and to be honest, they were pretty freaking good!  So much so thatView full post »

Everyone should own one of these…

No, not Alice’s super cute friend, but the tools I use for stretching.  They can tremendously help runners and non-runners alike.View full post »

Who doesn’t love BBQ?

This is another crock pot favorite of mine I use to eat years ago. I will still eat some of it sans the kidney beans and just use aView full post »