As the fall approaches we seek out all things comfy and cozy! Pierogies in a Pumpkin Sage Cream Sauce with crispy bits of prosciutto sprinkled all over is just that! I have partnered with Mrs. T’s Pierogies to bring you this perfect fall dish that is ready in 30 minutes! Easy enough for back […]

Taylor ham, egg, and cheese is such a classic combination. For me, put it on an everything bagel with a little salt, pepper, and ketchup for a good morning. I have been eating them for as long as I can remember. On the weekends, I would cross my fingers that my dad would stop at […]

  As the first day of fall closes in, many people rush to the farms to pick apples and pumpkins. For me, I am excited to pick tomatoes. One of the farms that we frequent has an abundance of cherry tomato plants. While everyone else fills their bags with apples, I am loading up the […]

Traditionally the affogato dessert is made with a pour over of coffee. The word “affogato” in Italian means, drowned. Although I drink coffee in the morning I can’t have it at night. The affogato dessert always looked so good to me! But if I have coffee at night I can’t sleep! However, who would object […]

If you ask anyone in my family what kind of cake they want for their birthday, they will most likely say “ice cream cake.” We love the layers of our favorite flavors and the classic cookie “crunchies.” Instead of ordering one, ice cream cake is very easy to make! Simply pulse some chocolate cookies or […]

Need a quick side for your Taco Tuesday? Look no further than Pineapple, Chicken, & Cilantro Fried Rice, featuring canned pineapple and canned chicken. Partnering with Cans Get You Cooking motivated me to a quick “cantry” dive to come up with this delicious side dish packed with protein, veggies, and incredible flavors! It is amazing […]

Lately Siena and I have been having dinner together. Brian has been traveling and I have been noticing a trend.  I have been trying to make dinners that adapt to Siena as well.  Not only so I am not making a bunch of different dishes. But because I also desperately want to teach her to […]

A year ago I sat in the hospital for my third morning. It was quiet, no one was around. I looked at the monitor, it was showing the same situation. I was having what I knew were small contractions, but I didn’t want to tell anyone. I will never forget the quiet, and I will […]

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