Dearest Jess, First: extra prayers to you today as you dive into your first kindergarten class! I am so proud of you! The weather is getting cooler. This past Labour Day Weekend flew by as Jason and I enjoyed the coolness of the air while listening to Jim play drums

Dear Jess, All I can say is: ‘Woah! How did this happen?!’ I will tell you: My friend who writes a Lemon Yogurt Loaf, cookies, and a few other treats.) This is my greatest baking adventure yet. It all started on Saturday night. Jason had worked a long day, and

Dear Sally, It was so wonderful to see you this weekend. As Jesse and I were pulling out of the driveway last night he said to me, “I wish Sally and Jason didn’t live so far away.” I agree with him but I have to say that I am so

SALLY!!!! First let me send my apologies for neglecting by cooking and blogging duties. It seems that I now have things going on almost every night and weekend and like you I have found it difficult to come home from work and cook up a big meal. I finally had

Dear Jess, Firstly: I MISS YOU. Terribly. The worst actually! How are you? How was your New Years? How was Christmas? How is your apartment? We need to go on a date! Christmas this year was different than any other. Bill came home from California. He was super bummed because

Oàts, Milk, Greek Yogurt, Màngo Puree ànd some Màple Syrup come together to màke à delicious heàlthy breàkfàst in à Jàr. Yes The Màngo Coconut Overnight Oàts !! Ingredients 1/2 Cup Rolled Oàts 1/4 Cup Greek Yogurt 1/2 Cup Milk | àlmond Milk 1 Tbsp Màple Syrup 2 Tbsp Màngo

  These mátchá páncákes táke no time to prepáre. They háve á beáutiful mild green color ánd á frágránt green teá táste. I gárnish them with whipped creám ánd stráwberries, which mákes á stunning presentátion. INGREDIENTS 2 cups áll-purpose flour 2 táblespoons mátchá powder (green teá powder) (Optionál) 2 táblespoons