I ordered pictures a few weeks ago and just decided to Mod Podge them to a canvas. First I painted the canvas purple, just so the background would not be white in case there were any blank spots.
This was one of the first things Jon made for me when we were dating and let me tell you I was not so sure while he was making it as I had never eaten Spam before. But after my fist bite I was hooked and now it’s one of our family’s favorite breakfast.
Spam McMuffin with Fruit & Granola Yogurt Parfaits
Prep Time: 5 minutes • Cook Time: 10-15 minutes • Servings: 5
It seems no matter how hard you try, drawers and desks always get messy. You have pens, highlighters, post-it notes, notepads, rules, scissors and paperclips just floating around on your desk or in your drawers with no real home for them. Now, you may be like me and walk by the organization section at your favorite store and go “That might work, but maybe if it had ___” or “if it didn’t have ___ it would be perfect.” I can never find an organizer that has exactly what I need and at the right size or price. So, my solution was to make my own organizers using only items around the house (or office).
Every Saturday morning my daughter and I watch the Food Network and our favorite show happens to be Pioneer Woman. Well, on one of her shows she made BBQ Chicken Thighs in the oven. So when I asked Tasha what she wanted for dinner on Sunday, her response was Pioneer Woman BBQ Chicken. So not having chicken thighs in the freezer I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts.
Oven Baked BBQ Chicken Breasts with Rice-a-Roni and veggies
Prep Time: 10 minutes • Cook Time: 40 minutes • Servings: 8
With pumpkin spice scented everything slowly taking over the shelves, school being back in session, football starting and the weather starting to cool down, I felt it was appropriate to start with a fall inspired craft.
After searching on Pinterest for several ideas, some duable and some a little extreme. I am definitely a simple crafter and I don’t often try many crazy ideas.
I was inspired by this.
Looks pretty simple, get a jar and use Mod Podge to stick the leaves on it. This will maybe take an hour. After a quick trip to the craft store and I was ready.
Looking for a quick week night meal? Try Baked Mostaccioli with Garlic Bread.
Baked Mostaccioli with Garlic Bread
Prep Time: 30 minutes • Cook Time: 25 minutes • Servings: 10
In the Fall issue of in, Larisa Severson, a member of the in consulting committee, shared with readers how she likes to work on Sundays to prepare the bulk of the meals she will feed her family throughout the forthcoming week.
We published much of that information in this Fall issue, but we couldn’t include all of it. Below, you will find the full grocery list and the complete recipes.