Hello! It’s been ages since I last posted… School just got out and I feel like I’m more busy nowwith al the stuff I’m doing to occupy myself then when I was filled to the brim withstuff I needed to do. Anyhow, I have had every opportunity to cook, and I have. The other night I made sausage meatloaf with pork sausage being the only meat in the meatloaf. That translates into a long cooking time but a delicious result.
Hi everyone. 🙂 Last weekend I hosted a Steampunk Disney party. I made some pretty awesome decorations so I decided I would share how to make some of them.
I made tinkerbell shadows to decorate the lightswitches in my house. They were surprisingly easy once you got past the drawing.
Hello! How are you today? I know it’s been forever since I posted but I’m working on drafting all of the many (many) foods I have created. Instead of a recipe, you get this handy guide of how to fold a burrito. I know, a recipe is far cooler but unfortunately all of you will have to wait. Anyhow, I decided to make this post after a friend who had checked out my blog, informed me she attempted to fold a buritto and didn’t feel it turned out as well as it could have. Because of this, I took pictures of each step of the way I fold a burrito (which proved to be difficult). For these pictures, I made a Hamburger Breakfast Burrito.
Hello! I have reached 55 email followers, so I just wanted to take the time to say thank you for following my blog. It really means a lot to me that anyone-let alone 55 people-would want to hear my ideas and recipes. I hope you have enjoyed what I have posted so far, and will enjoy what is to come. As a celebration, I will be posting frosting cookies later. 🙂
If you ever have any questions, whether it is personal, about cooking or just a random question or comment, feel free to contact me. Please enjoy your day/night/evening/dawn/ect and have a slice of cake, on me. 😉
Hello! Yesterday I posted Cheese-filled Hamburger Sliders. Well, if you have leftovers… You could always eat it as is, make a breakfast burger out of it or you could attempt a meat version of my Vegetable Scramble. You could use this as a topper for toasted bread, in a breakfast burrito, or even alone. The ideas are endless.
You may be asking, “How?” Elementary, my dear watson, elementary.
All you have to do is crumble leftover hamburger and just make the scramble as usual, adding the meat in with the vegetables. If you would not like to click my lovely link above, the full instructions are below:
Hello again. 🙂 A couple days ago I made these cheese-filled mini hamburgers for dinner, topped with ketchup, cilantro, onion and cheese on a homemade sweet hamburger bun. They are likely closer to a meatball hamburger by the ingredients, but it is so delicious and perfect for this hamburger.
Hello! Happy Buddha Day! I will be posting a craft later… Lotus Lanterns… until then, I am sharing a fun little idea you might enjoy…. Avocado macaroni and cheese. Super simple, super fun and super delicious. The avocado made it rich and creamy while the lime caused it to be perfect. I hope you enjoy as much as my family did. This is for about 2 pounds of macaroni and cheese.
Add 4 whole avocados(without the pit and skin so I guess not whole per se….), 1 tablespoon lime juice, some salt and pepper and 2 teaspoons of garlic in a blender or food processor. Blend until smooth.
Add to macaroni and cheese in place of milk. 🙂 Enjoy. It’s that easy.
Hello! A few days ago my siblings and I did a fun project that made them occupied for hours afterwards. It’s really simple and you can have a lot of fun out of it. We made water bottle tornados. They loved to watch the sparkles swirl around.
All you need is a (water) bottle, water and sparkles. We made a plastic water bottle one and a glass Jones bottle one for the older kids, Reese, who is twelve and still wanted to participate.