And, you know the best part? — A GIVEAWAY —
Because the people at Seattle’s Best are so amazing and so very generous, they offered to give away your very own prize Hot Iced Giveaway pack, so that you can make a big glass of your favorite iced (or hot) coffee at home.
I love cookies. They’re portable, sweet and most of the time perfectly chewy. What’s not to like? I set out on the quest to find/make the very best chocolate chip cookie – a staple, in what I believe should be, every household. I can’t stand the pre-made refrigerated dough kind, or the pre-packaged kind… andContinue reading “My VERY favorite chocolate chip cookies.”
With that in mind, I also don’t like being a picky eater (which I am proud to say I’ve made great progress on), so I’m always trying to find ways to like the food that have found themselves on the “yeah, not going to happen” list. Here’s where this bruschetta comes in. For starters, it’s amazeballs delicious, as in there’s a very real risk that you’ll find yourself hovering over the skillet, shoveling down toast point after toast point until mysteriously there’s nothing left to eat, let alone share. And, to my credit, it has not been put through the blender, which is a win on the de-pickifying my eating habits.
This past weekend Christian’s Dad whipped up a batch of Moscow Mule’s after a hot day working on the sprinkler system in our money pit house. They were so refreshing and delicious… the perfect thing after a day in the heat. Last night, as I sat contemplating dinner, the only thing I really wanted was something just as refreshing. I, however, had none of the ingredients (except Vodka) I needed to replicate the ol’ Moscow deliciousness. So I improvised and made something that might just be even better.