The holiday season is the season of family traditions. Family traditions are experiences or activities that are passed down between generations. In addition to it being something to look forward to all year long, traditions also establish a special bond within your family. There are many benefits of family traditions. Some include making memories that… Continue reading Adopt A Family Tradition
I mentioned in one of my very first posts that my grandmother was the one who inspired me to cook. I can only remember so much from my childhood, but what I do remember is that I always loved helping her in the kitchen and still do! I’ve always wondered where my grandmother learned to… Continue reading Never Stop Doing What You Love
Unfortunately, I don’t have a new recipe to share with you all this week. Let’s be real for a second here, I simply just did not have it in me this past week to make a fun, delicious dinner. Instead, I relied on canned soup and frozen meals because I was just that lazy to… Continue reading Top 3 Viral TikTok Food Trends
Let’s talk potatoes. Are potatoes one of my favorite foods? Yes. Can I eat potatoes at any time of the day? I think yes. Are potatoes versatile and can you make them in different ways? 100% yes! This may be the reason why I love potatoes so much because they can be roasted, mashed, grilled,… Continue reading Potatoes Please
Here is the long awaited vegetable soup that I have previously mentioned in a few blog posts back. I figured I’d wait until the weather got colder or until I made my first batch to share with you all and that happened over the weekend. It’s officially soup season! Or in other words, the best… Continue reading One Pot of Deliciousness
Last post I joked about my grandmothers’ kitchen gadgets. Well, today I’m here to tell you all about one of mine, the air fryer. An air fryer is essentially a tiny oven that sits right on top of your counter. It is similar to an oven in the sense that it bakes and roasts, but… Continue reading Why Don’t You Have One Yet?
I often think back to when I was younger, standing in the kitchen during Thanksgiving and Christmas while watching my Grandmother cook all of these delicious meals for my family and I. At a young age, I was her little helper in the kitchen. I would bring her ingredients when she asked, set the tables,… Continue reading How Cooking Stole My Heart