I found this recipe on the blog Spoon Fork Bacon! It combines one of my favorite foods EVER (potatoes) with some ingredients that I do not use that often. I was nervous before starting because I didn’t want to ruin one of the only foods I do like by getting all fancy, but you will … Continue reading Chicken Fried Potatoes
Being picky does not mean that you are boring! I’ve created this slideshow to showcase some of my favorite meals, snacks, and desserts that I’ve made over the last few years! There are crab cakes, steak, (that I made at home with the help of my mom!), cupcakes, berry cake, pasta, and more! I put the song … Continue reading Picky? Spice up your life!
Being a picky eater, these 6 words run through my head often Am I going to like this? Before I start any recipe (or anything in life, really) I tell myself… This is going to be fun. Continue reading 6 word memoir
This time of year the cold can really, really put a damper on things. Dinner does NOT have to be one of them! Make some of my Mom’s DELICIOUS chili recipe and warm yourself up! Ingredients: 1 pound lean ground beef 1 can kidney beans 1 can northern beans 1 jar salsa (mild) 2 green … Continue reading Chilly? Make some chili!
I got this recipe from Allrecipes.com after searching for a while for a simple, yet satisfying pot roast! It was unbelievably easy to make, and one of the most delicious meals I’ve ever made! Here’s what you’ll need: 2 (10.75 ounce) cans condensed cream of mushroom soup 1 (1 ounce) package dry onion soup mix 5 … Continue reading “Awesome Slow Cooker Pot Roast”
It is my pleasure to introduce to you Franci Eberz: My mom, my best friend, the best cook I know! She’s put up with me and my picky eating habits for a longggg time.. Have you ever seen a baby with that much attitude? My mom is a saint. She is the reason that I, despite my picky palate, love … Continue reading I Got It From My Momma
Whether you are a picky eater or not, we’ve all been there: It’s time to plan out dinner, but you absolutely cannot decide what you want to make/eat! All at once, your brain is taken over by the rumbling in your stomach: “Chicken sounds good.” “But…so does pasta.” “Did you forget about soup?” “When is … Continue reading True Life: My hunger has a mind of it’s own.