We had a very different Easter this year as did the rest of the world, I’m sure! We typically never spend it at our own home with only our immediate family, we usually are visiting Neil’s family in Bastrop, TX, or mine in Houston, TX. While we so missed our fun family time, it really was nice to get a couple of our own family traditions rolling.Continue reading “Easter 2020! A Quarantine Experiment”
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A Holiday Twist
Holidays are a BIG DEAL at our house. Neil and I were just talking about our families’ traditions when we were younger and what traditions we wanted to keep for Kaya. Food is always at the center of our holiday celebrations. We like to keep tradition in mind when we make our holiday dishes but get a little creative too. Thankfully, our favorite brand McCormick® keeps its ingredients reliably fresh and stocked at H-E-B!Continue reading “Holiday Juicy Pork Tenderloin and Drippy Cinnamon raisin apple cups!”
How do I love thee? Let me count the Elotes. If you missed our individual posts, we made a HUGE batch of elotes one weekend because corn on the cob was on sale for cheap cheap cheap! Check out the links below to the recipes that we created with our large batch. I’m hard-eyeing that soup. It is my personal FAVE!Continue reading “Four Ways to Eat Elotes”
OK, I know by now you’re probably tired of my elotes posts. That ok! This is the last one, for now. I had to save the best and my favorite for last. This elotes soup is creamy, sweet and savory, filling and warms you up fast!Continue reading “Elotes Soup – Mexican Corn Soup”
We try our hardest to cut down on any food waste in our house. That being said, we have to get rather creative with our leftovers. Especially if we’re making large batches. We unintentionally had leftover Carnitas and Elotes on hand and a Sweet Potato that was threatening to go bad, the combination is so obvious.Continue reading “Carnitas and Elotes Stuffed Sweet Potato”