We had our West Texas fix this weekend; Cacti, kolaches, red dusty roads, fossil hunting and a lot of love and laughter. I always love our weekends in Stamford (or wherever they hold the reunions – it changes every now and then). I wrote a lot about the reunion the last time we went. Seems […]
Calling all homeschool nature-loving mamas with elementary aged kids (or any age that wants to tag along). I’m starting a Mulberry Mama Online Homeschool Co-op group.
Indian food is not the prettiest thing to photograph… especially when you are really hungry. Vegan Mushroom Masala is no exception to this general rule. This recipe was born out of my need to use up some yummy exotic nameko mushrooms that were given to me. I was also craving Indian food. On Pinterest, I […]
I have been a lot more cheaty this year with my diet. I will admit. I was on a long binge with Simple Mills cookies, which are pretty “good for you” and gluten free with lower amounts of sugar, but they changed their recipe or something (just in time for me to quit sneaking them). […]
Sorry there aren’t photos with this one. You’ll have to imagine how good it was and ponder the beauty of this painted Mexican villa found on the wall at a restaurant in the middle of no-where, Texas. The recipe for this post was tonight’s dinner… so I wanted to get it typed out before I […]
There will be a recipe in this post; I promise. First, I have to digress… Talk about glitchy. I accidentally posted this draft last night when I went to save it. Ha! So today, you have the udpated version and an idea of how long it really takes a post to make it to viability […]
I’m not sure this is really paella, but it’s yummy, all the same. The legit form of Paella is : “a Spanish dish of rice, saffron, chicken, seafood, etc., cooked and served in a large shallow pan.” Instead of Spanish, this dish is more Mexican in flavor… and instead of saffron, there’s plenty of chili […]