We all know the best thing to eat when you’re sick is soup, right? Well, even if it isn’t soup, you need to make sure you’re staying hydrated and getting nutrients. Sounds like soup to me!
I know I was asking for Fall weather, but all of a sudden it got COLD around here! No problem…just means today is the perfect day for soup! I saw my cousin, Michelle, post some potato soup so I decided to make my own!
We rarely have company, but I love the IDEA of entertaining! I have so many serving bowls and platters…pitchers, punch bowls…various crock pots…YOU NAME IT! The thing is, entertaining doesn’t have to be difficult.
I had a short list, so my store run should have only taken a few minutes. I was wrong! Lol I got caught up in Dollar General and found all kinds of goodies.
Chicken, rice, and beans. Sounds simple, right? Lucky for you, these foods can be as simple or complex as you’d like! I think this recipe is a happy medium.
I have to admit from the start, these are meal ideas…not exactly full recipes. I’ve been super busy the past couple of weeks, but I still want to share with you! Here are three relatively quick, easy meals.
This Sunday I decided to switch up my usual breakfast routine. Since I didn’t get around to cooking until around 10:00, and the meal was a bit more hearty, let’s just call it brunch. Here’s how I prepared our steak, eggs, and potatoes.
You may or may not notice by looking at my ingredient pics, but I mostly shop at Aldi! (I LOVE that store…another post for another day.) However, this weekend I went exploring at another grocery store. This one caters to an international clientele.
A couple of weeks ago my sister-in-law posted some really good-looking baby back ribs that she prepared in her instant pot. Well, I don’t have an instant pot…so I had to cook mine in the oven. I didn’t get to try hers, but I did use her meal as inspiration.