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The Right Tools for the Job

The Right Tools for the Job

One thing I can never have enough of in the kitchen is cutting boards. I have tried all types. Traditional wooden, bamboo, various types of plastic (thick and thin) as well as ones custom made from Corian. Each have their benefits and drawb ...
A Date With The Avengers

A Date With The Avengers

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions and comments are my own. Photos are ©SAHM Reviews. #AvengersUnite #CollectiveBias I hate stereotypes. As someone with two older brothers and a family i ...
Stretching the Dinner Dollars

Stretching the Dinner Dollars

While Scott and I choose to make (some) frugal choices now, there was a time when watching our pennies was a necessity. I shopped with coupons and stretched each paycheck as much as possible while making a lot of ground beef meals. The goal ...
Comfort Food Made Easy (and Fast)

Comfort Food Made Easy (and Fast)

As much as I enjoy sitting down to family dinners filled with perfectly cooked chicken, kid-friendly vegetables and Plantation Salad, it isn’t always possible with active kids. We’re constantly on the go between activities and e ...
Flashback:  Spicy Pizza Thins

Flashback: Spicy Pizza Thins

This article originally appeared February 5, 2011 on SahmRamblings.com. Growing up, we celebrated the family Christmas with a meal of all appetizers. One of my favorites was a Pizza Thin recipe that my family had made for as long as I can r ...
Easy Clean-up Mason Jar Milkshakes

Easy Clean-up Mason Jar Milkshakes

I have to laugh every time Miss M has some kind of accomplishment. Finished her Honor Band evaluation: “Can we get Whitey’s?” Parent/Teacher Conferences completed: “Can we get Whitey’s?” Can’t decid ...
Mornings Are Short When You Hit Snooze

Mornings Are Short When You Hit Snooze

My elementary school was small, rural and pretty close to home. There was one section of students per grade and generally nothing out of the ordinary was offered. The only exception was the I-TAG (Iowa Talented and Gifted Program) that was ...
Grant Imahara, McDonald’s, Eggs and Me!

Grant Imahara, McDonald’s, Eggs and Me!

My cooking tends to be a joke in our family. Even the priest couldn’t resist adding a little tidbit about how I manage to burn grilled cheese into the sermon at our wedding. It is what it is. I’m not the best cook in the family ...
Recipe: Honey-Infused Deviled Eggs

Recipe: Honey-Infused Deviled Eggs

Here’s a little something you didn’t know about my wife’s family. They used to raise their own honey bees. Yes, it’s exactly as you would imagine. Her dad suiting up in one of those full-bodied bee-proof outfits arme ...
Popcorn and Pillow Forts

Popcorn and Pillow Forts

After the Bridgestone/Tire Rack events had concluded, I scheduled some time to meet up with my cousin who is currently residing in Denver. We grew up next door to each other and she was as much a sister as I could ever have. We talked and c ...