This HelloFresh recipe was one of my favorites that I keep on repeat. Bring me all the beef! Sliced Steak Tagliata with Sweet Potato Wedges and warm tomato vinaigrette over mixed salad greens. The recipe calls for much more beef than greens, so #Winning! Am I right?! Who else loves a great medium rare steak?
Gimme all the burgers! How many burgers can you eat in your lifetime before you officially clog your arteries? #AskingForAFriend And by friend, I mean me, cause I have no friends. lol Just kidding, kinda, sorta… oh look, burgers! Fresh ground beef mixed with fresh herbs and onions makes for an awesome burger, even without the cheese,… Continue reading Another At Home Burger! #CapRegionBurgerBabe
I’m having a bit of writers block it seems… but that’s what it is. A bowl of food. A HelloFresh bowl of food. Here’s my review! The base is a lovely mushroom pilaf, then a bit of warmed sun-dried tomatoes. Topped with ground sausage, caramelized onions, warmed raisins, chopped parsley, shredded parmesan. When I saw all… Continue reading A Bowl of Food
Not this #CapRegionBurgerBabe! This was another Hello Fresh recipe. Caramelized red wine vinegar onions and fresh greens… all over a delicious quarter pounder of angus beef. I’m drooling just thinking about it!
I drive at least 84.2 miles, every. single. workday. 5 days a week. My husband and I share one vehicle and I have to use my vehicle to run errands at work so I have to have the truck. So, you’ll tend to find a bunch of my photos are on the road, side of… Continue reading My Drive Home
HALLOWEEN!!!! Yes, those are all caps. Yes, I love Halloween! I can’t believe I never posted these pics. More #LostFiles. It’s my all time, most favorist time, of the whoooollllleeeeee entire year! We just moved into this house a year ago this month actually, so I wasn’t able to get all of my Halloween goodies out… Continue reading HALLOWEEN!
#InMyHome is today’s challenge theme
The Stockade Historic District is a place of interest in Schenectady, NY. It features dozens of Dutch and English Colonial houses from the 18th and 19th centuries. It is New York state’s first historic district, which is pretty neat in itself, designated in 1965 by the Department of Interior and named after the historic stockade that… Continue reading The Stockade