Crunchy Hot Sesame Wings & Cool Cucumber Salad

I have fallen head over heels in love...with a cookbook!  Seriously my excitement for this cookbook is borderline insane.  I have cooked four meals from it since Sunday and am already dreaming about conquering the whole book!  I scored this masterful find at William Sonoma on sale for $7.00 which in itself was a treasure.... Continue Reading →

Your Next Holiday Favorite: Dry-Aged Prime Rib Roast

Looking for the perfect star entrée for a holiday meal can be a daunting task, especially if your going out on the limb to try something new.  Last year I stepped out of my turkey box and tested Guy Fieri's Dry-Aged Prime Rib Roast and can safely say it was nothing short of EXCELLENT and easy!... Continue Reading →

DIY Wonders, Great Gifts, & Holiday Themed Eats!

1.  Circular Cardboard Shadow Box, Instructables  2.  Ikea Kitchen Cart Re-Model, the kitchn  3.  Succulent Picture, Better Homes & Garden  4.  WIne Bottle Lights, tasteofhome 1.  Stache Glasses, Modern Madness  2.  Sugar. Salt. Pepper., Paulova  3. Lolie Envelope Clutch, Bagatelles and Co.  4.  Tasamine Osher Pedal Pod, Remodelista  5.  Footed Cutting Board, Grey Works Design   1.  Spinach... Continue Reading →

Pumpkin Cinnamon Sugar Pull-Apart Bread

I am not a baker.  Actually if I am being severely honest, I don't think I even bake more than once every two years.  Seriously, not even from a box. The problem is measurements, I don't do them very well.  When I cook from recipes I just glance at the measures and most of the time... Continue Reading →

Last Year’s Bird, This Year’s Improvements

I have never been one of those people who feels as if there comes a time when a recipe is perfect and could not benefit from a tweek here or there.  I am of the nature that there is always something I could do or change that would make all the difference in the world... Continue Reading →

Homemade Easy Mac!

Have you ever had a craving for some homemade mac and cheese but the thought of whisking together an intense cheese sauce and then baking it in the oven seems to overwhelm you -- this is the recipe for you.  It's easy, its delicious and most importantly it's homemade! Ingredients Yields: 8 Servings 1 pound macaroni shells... Continue Reading →

A Game Day Breakfast

It's the first game day of the season and we woke up with memories and images of our previous life in San Diego.  Sunday's meant off to our favorite bar to watch the Chargers game. Breakfast Pizza went hand in hand with morning games.  Today felt no different, except that there are no Chargers bars in... Continue Reading →

A little DIY, Fashion & Food

A new weekly compilation of my favorite finds from an exploration of the greater world wide web! Enjoy! 1.  Palette Wall Shelves; Etsy via Pintrest;  2. Sunprint Fabrics; How About Orange  3. Wall Mounted Hotel Key Rack; Remodelaholic   4. Planter Pendant Light; Design Sponge 1. American Apparel Skirt; Found on Cupcakes and Cashmere 2.... Continue Reading →

In The Kitchen: Chicken Tikka Masala

Spice Station, a local Los Angeles spice shop is bringing the hipster vibe to the spice scene.  With locations on Main Street in Santa Monica and Sunset Blvd in Silver Lake, this new cooking enthusiasts dream is drawing in the crowds. An expertly blended medley of tikka masala from Spice Station made it nearly impossible... Continue Reading →

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