For once, my indecisiveness worked in my favor - my very tasty favor.
I like candy corn. I like that it really is a seasonal candy and it acts that way. Sure, you will usually see a small bags of candy corn among the collections of other ubiquitous candies like gum drops and jelly beans in the aisles of most supermarkets and drugstores. It is not "Halloween" corn or... Continue Reading →
Um, well, sort of, kind of $10. Don't believe or sorta of believe me? Let's sorta look, shall we? Jars: I am sure they cost me something at some time. Among them you'll see two jars for sauce, one jam, one salsa, one coconut oil, three small honey, a Ball jar (purchased years ago) and one... Continue Reading →
Pretty awesome pear isn't it. It is actually a pin cushion. No, really, it is. And there is a pretty cool story attached to it. When my Dad decided he would live with my sister Stacey and her family in Oklahoma I went to Blacksburg to help with the move. My job was to help... Continue Reading →
This is a little recipe I use that is simple. It’s a cross between Pico de Gallo and salsa. Really, just a chunky salsa that provides a good base for guacamole. It is super simple. Super simple because when I make it I am usually drinking a margarita. And when drinking margarita, simple is vital.... Continue Reading →