This Simple Shrimp Stir Fry is packed with clean, good for you ingredients that are, as the title implies, simple to throw together. This family pleasing dinner will be on the table in 20 minutes or less making those busy weeknights a little less stressful. Happy hump day and February friends! I hope it’s been a
Growing up, it was our tradition to always have an appetizer smorgasbord on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve. It usually consisted of meatballs, a cheese tray, cold and warm dips, and once Joel joined the family some kind of seafood. It seems that apps are popular among you all too since that was one of
During Lent I ate a lot of shrimp. I’ve never been a big fan of seafood but shrimp has always been something I could tolerate. During the past month and a half, honey walnut shrimp has become a new favorite of mine. I decided it was about time to try an at home version but
We are back from our Florida vacation and had a wonderful time! Noah absolutely loved the beach as you can see here! We flew into Ft. Lauderdale then headed to Naples for the week. We ended up having two meals in Ft. Lauderdale due to the times we flew in and out. When we arrived, the
This was my first attempt at making scallops and I will be totally honest that I was very concerned about how they would turn out. I was making them for our anniversary dinner along with filet mignon, twice baked potatoes and Caesar salad. Since I had a lot of other things going, I wanted to find
We had a great time during our trip to New Orleans! I especially had a great time eating all the local grub! We didn’t get to eat as much Cajun food as we would have liked (because of the times of the games we had to eat at the dome a few times) but still
This Skinny Bang Bang Shrimp is Joel’s new favorite meal…and it’s a light version! It’s a miracle. As I’ve said before, I don’t really like seafood but this shrimp was to die for. The batter was light and crispy so that we were actually able to taste the shrimp and it was so refreshing over
Joel and I always give up something for Lent. It ranges from soda to chips to sweets…pretty much anything revolving around food. After watching Forks Over Knives, a documentary focusing on the positive health aspects of removing meat and animal products from your diet, Joel thought of the idea of giving up meat for Lent.