Archives for May 2009

Menu Plan Monday ~ Clean out the Freezer Edition

We have an upright freezer in our garage. I rarely open it because walking through our garage is like running an obstacle course. I was a bit surprised a few weeks ago when I went out there and found all the shelves completely covered in ice. It is time to defrost the freezer, but first I have to do something with all the food. There are several packs of ground beef, a package of chicken, and a … [Read more...]

A Simple yet Delightful Treat

Last week I videoed my kitchen in an attempt to show everyone what a real week in my kitchen looked like. What you didn't see was many of the flubs, goofs, and just plain fun we had making the videos. On the last day my sister decided she wanted to contribute with a video tutorial of her own. A little background on my sister. For many years she considered cereal to be an acceptable dinner … [Read more...]

Kids and Veggies

A few weeks ago I ran a guest post from Katie about raising good eaters. This post created an interesting discussion in the comments about hiding veggies in your kids' food. This technique while not new, is currently generating debate, thanks in part to cookbooks such as Deceptively Delicious and The Sneaky Chef. Yesterday afternoon I sent out this tweet. Kids and Veggies.... do you hide … [Read more...]

Day 6 in my Kitchen

Day 6 has been posted at Happy to be at Home. … [Read more...]

Fried Ice Cream

PrintFried Ice CreamAuthor Toni Anderson IngredientsIce CreamCinnamon Toast CrunchChocolate SyrupInstructionsScoop ice cream into balls and place on baking sheet. Set in freezer until firm.When ice cream has set, roll in cinnamon toast crunch (that has been slightly crushed). I tried rolling it with a spoon, but the best way is to pick up the ice cream and smoosh the cereal around the ice cream … [Read more...]

Chicken Tetrazinni

My day 4 is posted at Happy to be at Home. A chicken tetrazinni tutorial without incident. … [Read more...]