Ah, the summer holiday – a thing of idyllic calibre. I have a lot of childhood camping memories full of road trips, campfires, sparkling blue-green swimming spots, BBQ dinners, cozy sleeping bags and cold noses. It’s something I hope everyone can relate to. But does it really equal rest?
I am on a stint of sharing my meal plans and grocery lists. There are so many reasons to keep to a plan when it comes to eating: you spend less, you eat healthier, and the act of planning it out when you have spare time means that you don’t have to throw something haphazardly… Continue reading Another Meal Plan & Grocery List
For the sanity of any cook, an organized kitchen is pretty much essential. Here’s what I am using to guide the organization of my kitchen, step by step, broken down logically and beautifully! We’re moving and there’s so much to learn and do. Packing is just one crazy thing. My tips: Sort stuff before packing anything. You… Continue reading Organizing your Kitchen
Meal plans are basically a life-saver. Agreed? I love that I can put an hour’s worth of planning in and have so much less to think of as a result. Life got super busy though, and I stopped my meal-planning stint a couple of weeks ago…(studying to be a teacher is consuming!) but there’s only so… Continue reading Meal Plan The 2nd
How many times have you wondered what to make and thought, “breakfast for dinner!” Breakfast for dinner is pretty much hands down the best option when it comes to those nights when you really just don’t know what to make – we all love brunch-y foods after all, and they’re so EASY! Quiche cuts out… Continue reading Red Pepper, Arugula & Bacon Quiche
Today I felt the joy of relative novelty: we’ve been away for a week and walking in the crisp January air to the grocery store felt oddly special! Feels like home. I made a meal plan before we headed out. It’s based on our favorite recipes I’ve used throughout the last semester and it’ll last… Continue reading A meal plan and grocery list!
Remember Summer? Those long hot days, the bike rides at dusk, slapping mosquitos as you pick blueberries on a sunny Tuesday afternoon, salt water sticking to your skin, ratty ocean hair drying while you laze in the heat, and the first time you tasted Cuban rum in iced red tea while the warm breeze blew… Continue reading Recipe for a West Coast Vacation