• Crock Pot Carnitas

    If you like mouth watering and full of flavor (but lacking the lingering spice afterwards) then this is the Carnitas recipe for you! What we end up doing is waiting until pork is $1.00/lb-$2.00/lb then buying a decently large piece and cooking it all. We’ll have one fresh meal and then portion and freeze the… Read more »

  • Ranch Brussels Sprouts (from frozen Brussels Sprouts)

    A while back we decided to try some random Brussels sprouts recipe because we thought we needed more variety when it came to green vegetables. We loved the recipe but ended up throwing away at least 1/4 of what we could due to peeling the outer leaves and the small caterpillars we found in them… Read more »

  • Chicken Fajitas

    I’ve never been a huge fan of “spice” but I do love flavor. My husband figured out how to make these killer chicken fajitas that I can’t seem to get enough of. We typically use bell peppers but for this particular time we used sweet Italian peppers instead. I’m not going to lie, I may… Read more »

  • Pizzaiola

    If you love garlic this may be your new favorite recipe. I’m not crazy about garlic so this isn’t one of my first choices but it’s one of my husband’s family recipes and happens to be one of his favorites! It’s very simple to make and assemble and it even freezes well if you so… Read more »

  • Fried Thai Bananas (Kluay Kaek)

    Sometimes, I think half the battle in cooking is finding the right recipe. You have to find the one that fits your dietary needs, your preference in foods, availability of cooking supplies, and in the case of this recipe… the right ingredients. I spent a few hours even trying to figure out what type of… Read more »

  • Acorn Squash Baked “Fries”

    Personally, I’m always trying to find ways to cut the carbs and starches that I intake. That is obviously made extremely difficult by all the wonderful pasta, bread, and potato dishes that exist. Here is a really easy way to cut some calories and carbs (acorn squash have nearly half the calories and nearly half… Read more »