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Chicken Pot Pie

Chicken Dinner Pot PieChicken Pot Pie.

Sometimes I like to spend hours in the kitchen making things like pie crusts, cookies, cake balls, and fancy cakes. I just like doing those sorts of things, it’s my thereapy you could say. But when it comes to dinner, I’m usually a get it on the table kind of girl. It probably has something to do with my family’s “hangry” level.


Snowman Kabobs

The only Snowman you’ll see in Utah this winter.


Spiced Carrot Muffins

Spiced Carrot Muffins. Like the cake, but healthier because (sadly for my children) there is no frosting involved. (more…)

Homemade Vegetable Bouillon

So handy, so easy, so useful! (more…)

Roasted Tomato Garlic Soup

There’s nothing better in the Fall, than warming up your soul with homemade tomato soup. (more…)

Balsamic Carmelized Chicken Salad

Warm balsamic carmelized onions, red bell peppers, asparagus and diced chicken served over fresh summer greens and veggies topped with a crunch of pumpkin seeds equals an Eat and Repeat Meal. (more…)

Roast Chicken with Spices, plus My Adventures as an Art Co-oper

This year at my son’s school, I had the opportunity to be an art co-oper. I’ll be honest here, and confess I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I just picked a day that worked for my schedule. Little did I know that art co-opers planned ALL the art for the year. Let me just stop here, and tell you I appreciate art, I enjoy looking at it, pondering it, and owning it.  However, I have no back ground in it. I took an art class here or there, but I recall hardly a thing (kind of like Bio-Chemistry). So I (a dental hygienist) with another brave co-oper (a nurse educator) tackled 1st and 2nd grade art. (more…)