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        A few days ago, my husband and I realized we had a ward party that night and we had nothing to take to it! It was a finger food party, so we wanted to whip something up that would be delicious, but we really didn’t want to go to the store. So we did a quick inventory of the ingredients we had on hand, and we came up with idea to do chicken cordon bleu bites. I was very excited with the way they turned out.  I was also excited about how easy it was to make. It didn’t take us long at all to make...

K, everyone can make fun of my now because I had to look up how to spell croissant on google. Haha! 🙂 It’s a hard word! 🙂 Anyway! Onto the recipe. This is one our family favorites. My husband always gets excited when we have this, and I don’t have to argue with my children to eat it. We LOVE this meal. My Mother in law makes this a lot when we visit, and it is great when you need to feed a large group of people {or a small one!}It’s quick and easy to make, and, you just pair it with a fresh vegetable and you are...

I have to first apologize. My food photography is AWFUL. I have a goal to see significant improvement in it, and my family photography. Basically, my kids were screaming for food, and I just threw it on the plate and took a picture. Shame. I know. I will do better. Okay! Now that THAT is out of the way, Just, trust me that this recipe rocks. It’s basically a glorified grilled cheese, but man, it is good! Sometimes, I make really yummy grilled sandwiches for my husband and I, and then my kids just have cheese. It works out wonderfully....

I am dedicating this recipe to my Mother. I am not a huge fan of lasagne because my Mother always made us Talarino. It isn’t quite as time consuming, has more veggies, and! Can be frozen for later! I love that my Mother taught me to try a lot of different kinds of foods, and for helping me to love fruits and veggies. This dish comes to together so quickly, and hides the veggies just right within the noodles and cheese, so they won’t even know they’re in there! Let me know what you think! Enjoy! 🙂 Talarino 2013-10-23...

© Lloid | Dreamstime Stock Photos & Stock Free Images I love cooking ham. It’s easy, and delicious. I can honestly say that ham is probably my favorite meat. Not much beats the flavor of a juicy, sweet ham that is glazed in brown sugar and pineapple juice, served with a side of mashed potatoes and sweet corn. Ah. My mouth is watering just thinking about...

Welcome to week 8 of the running challenge! If you’ve been keeping up, by the end of this week you’ll be 2/3 of the way done (time wise) with you 100 mile summer challenge. You should have run a total of 53.5 miles so far. Good job if you’re keeping up! If you’re not, don’t worry! Just keep on keeping on and you’ll reach your goal...

Three weeks down of the 12 week exercise challenge! How are you all doing? Getting those running muscles built up yet? You should have run 18.5  miles now and you’ll run another 7 this week. You can do it! Because you’re awesome. If I’m not mistaken, sometime this week is when you’ll realize how freeing running can be. I never thought...

Disclaimer: I was compensated for my review of this cookbook with a free cookbook. I received no compensation for this post, and I had permission to publish this recipe. Last week, I wrote a review about the cookbook “Cooking For Your Gluten Free Teen.” I loved the cookbook, and I got permission to share one of the recipes that I made, gluten free pizza. I have to say that I really liked it, and so did my kids. The crust was thin and crispy and I really couldn’t tell that it was gluten free. I don’t have a mixer...

// This recipe is a variation of one of the first things I ever learned to cook, chicken tacos. My mom taught me how to bake, and how to help her cook, but the when I was in high school, it was actually a few of my boyfriends that first started teaching me to cook. The very first thing a boyfriend taught me was how to cook scrambled eggs (yes, I was 16 before I...

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