Today is the first of November. For many radio stations across the country, that means it’s the start of Christmas music season. For some, it even means they’re the “we’re gonna play so much Christmas music that you’ll hate the holiday by Thanksgiving” station.
I normally avoid any and all Christmas music anytime before the day after Thanksgiving, but this year… I’m making an exception. Thanks to one particular artist.
Find out who…
Everyone has guilty pleasures, especially when it comes to music. But should we really feel guilty about them? Absolutely not.
Alright, it’s been a few weeks since I posted one of these. I know. But life gets busy sometimes. We’ve all been there.
In my time away, I’ve had a better chance to gather some delicious items for The Round-Up.
Take a look…
We all have those songs, artists, or bands that just take us back to a certain place or time. You remember exactly what you were doing, or where you were, or who you were with.
I rediscovered one of those bands today.
Find out more…
The saying goes: It’s as American as apple pie.
Well, this recipe is even better than that. It’s apple pie. With alcohol.
Let me explain…
As winter approaches, families start breaking out their “comfort food” recipes. And for many people, that means soup.
Bryce and I are both big chicken noodle soup fans, and I make a mean potato soup, but that’s about it. So I decided it’s time to start expanding our soup boundaries.
Tonight… we started with chili.
M chili experiment.
But not the usual chili…
Every family has those recipes that have been passed down for generations. And my family is no exception. I come from both German and Swedish heritage, and while the German side has some amaaaazing food (bratwurst, sauerkraut, schnitzel of any kind, beer… I could go on for days), this post is about the Swedes. As long as I can … Continue reading
This past week, I spent most of my free time lying on the couch fighting off a head cold. But it gave me a chance to check out some new music, and enjoy some delicious chicken noodle soup, courtesy of Campbell’s.
Here’s what I’ve stumbled upon this week:
Every week, I discover new recipes, videos, music, and more. So I’ve decided I’m going to take a moment every Friday to share these with you, in a quick, easy-to-read format.
Here’s what I’ve found this week:
In our house, we eat a lot of chicken. I mean a LOT of chicken. It’s easy to prepare, it’s fast, and it’s delicious. Trouble is, sometimes we get stuck in a chicken rut, as I imagine many families do. So I decided to come up with something new. Enter: the blackened chicken sandwich.