I am in count down mode this week until we leave on a 6 week trip back home to Florida. As most of you know, my husbands job currently has us stationed in Puerto Rico but our home is really Florida. We are heading back there for a week then shoving off on a 6 […]
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So in about a week Tavis, Aiden and I are flying back state side (we live in Puerto Rico currently) and we are going to be hitting the road in our Airstream travel trailer!! I am really excited because this will be our first big trip in a long time and our first “real” long […]
This is the first post in a series where I am going to share easy recipes that you can make with a rotisserie chicken, found at your local grocery store. Here in Puerto Rico I can get a pre-cooked, hot-off-the-spit-chicken from Sam’s club for just under $5. I can’t even get a frozen chicken for that price! I have been trying to get creative with how I serve it, so that we do not get burned out on this great money saving dinner staple.
Here is what you will need to make the enchiladas.
The Best Strawberry Shortcake Ever has to start with The Best Pound Cake Ever… or things just wouldn’t work out right, your strawberry shortcake would turn out good… but who wants just “good” when you can have the best ever!! So head over and make yourself some of great-grandma’s poundcake then we can get on to […]
One of my favorite things about living down here in Puerto Rico is the Caribbean Sea… There are few places on Earth that I think are as beautiful. That says a lot considering that I grew up in South Florida with the beautiful waters of the Florida Keys as my playground. We are on the […]
Growing up we ate good… when I say good, I mean good southern meals that consisted of meat, veggies, and a starch (maybe 2)… and at least half of the meal was fried. Then as we neared the end of the 80’s and moved into the 90’s, as a culture we were told that all […]
Independence Day, the day that our founders declared our independence from a tyrannical government and set in motion events that lead to founding of our nation. It is important to remember theses things and not just call it “the 4th of July”. Let’s not allow ourselves to become complacent and in the process loose the […]