cooking experiments · family matters · home and hearth

8 Easy Dinners for School Nights

Sometimes I feel like school nights are the bane of my existence. Although my son does sooooo much better when he is on a routine (summer can lead to crankiness), the rush around during the school year can be a real pain. I work full-time so the roughly 4 hours between the end of work… Continue reading 8 Easy Dinners for School Nights

cooking experiments · I like to eat

Grandma Jean’s Chicken Casserole Recipe

  Sometimes you just need a little comfort food to get you through the week. Enter my grandma’s super easy and delicious recipe for Chicken Casserole. I love this stuff, and I can get my little guy to eat it, so I call that a major win 🙂 I decided to play around on Prezi… Continue reading Grandma Jean’s Chicken Casserole Recipe

Charlotte eateries · just the two of us · the Queen City

Date Night: The Dandelion Market and the Sculpture Walk

For my second installment in the date night series, I actually planned a brunch date at The Dandelion Market followed by a walk around uptown doing an art scavenger hunt.  We tend to think of dates as something for Friday or Saturday nights, but it can be a lot of fun to go out at… Continue reading Date Night: The Dandelion Market and the Sculpture Walk

cooking experiments · I like to eat

Rob’s homemade veggie soup (or we have too many bags of frozen vegetables in our freezer soup)

Our freezer is stuffed full to the brim. I tried to clean out/organize it last week, and even though I threw out a bunch of disgusting freezer burnt things (some of them unrecognizable), we still had waaaaay too many bags of frozen vegetables, many of them multiples. I found four unopened bags of frozen corn.… Continue reading Rob’s homemade veggie soup (or we have too many bags of frozen vegetables in our freezer soup)