I never knew what country to call “home,” and I finally decided when I was in high school that home would be wherever my parents are.
Tag Archives | Food
Nothing makes me more likely to lose it after a long day than the question, “What’s for supper?”. Meal planning has revolutionized the way I handle this.
Preparing three square meals per day is one of my least favorite things about being a mom. If you dislike meal planning and cooking too, here are some tips.
I love this lemon tart recipe. There’s really no messing it up. Honestly. It’s as easy as making lemon bars from a boxed mix–and tastes better too!
After some research, I chose to go on the Whole30 journey. I learned a few things about myself and nutrition throughout the process.
Everyone has a favorite dessert; mine happens to be my mom’s banana pudding. It’s kid-friendly, and I’m sharing the recipe with you!
The winter doldrums are in full swing. It’s still too dark, too gloomy, and too cold. Here are my tips for surviving this time of year.
I was born and raised in Minnesota, the land of 10,000 hotdishes, Here is one of our favorites, well-known to any Minnesotan: The Tator Tot Hotdish.
Valentine’s Day is one of those holidays you either love or hate. Here are some fun, simple ideas to celebrate Valentine’s Day with the entire family.
“Back to school comes with a lot of excitement, decisions, and purchases. Before long, reminders of “depositing money in your child’s lunch account” will arrive in your email. But school lunches don’t work well for our family.” What are your best tips for school lunches your kids actually eat?