Tag: Dinner

The Best Smoked Salmon Tarts Recipe

The Best Smoked Salmon Tarts Recipe

The Best Smoked Salmon Tarts Recipe – Health, Taste, and Nutrition – All-in-One We’ve all licked our fingers over the fine taste of the salmon. We just can’t get enough of it. As tasty as it is, it is full of nutrition and health benefits, which makes it even more mouth-watering. Science has proved that fish, which is high in fat content, is a necessary element to improve our health. Salmon is rich in the omega-3 fatty acid, a healthy fat which is the main foundation of nerve tissue and brain cells. Before going into the exact nutritional value of […]

Posted April 10, 2017 by Julie in Food, Guest Posts, / 1 Comment
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15-Minute Family Favorite Dinner: Salsafied Chicken and Rice

15-Minute Family Favorite Dinner: Salsafied Chicken and Rice

I was hired by The Women Bloggers/Megaphone Influence on behalf of Riceland Foods to participate in this #ProntoPerfectRice campaign. Opinions are mine. Your stomach growls and you can almost taste a yummy meal as you drive home after a long day at the office. Dinner is definitely on your mind as you sit in traffic. The end of the day means hungry mouths to feed, including your own, and patience for cooking a complicated meal is just nonexistent. You check the fridge for leftovers, but then remember you packed those for your lunches. What do you do now? This is when […]

Posted July 11, 2016 by Julie in Food, Sponsored, TopPosts, / 43 Comments
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Quick and Easy Dinner Idea: Steam Your Food #ReadyChefGo

Quick and Easy Dinner Idea: Steam Your Food #ReadyChefGo

Thanks to Ready.Chef.Go! for sponsoring this conversation. As a busy working mom, dinner can sometimes be an oversight and we just throw together whatever leftovers we have and call it good. It is a constant battle of shopping list vs. meal plan and planning ahead for the week’s meals. Then, of course, comes the cooking part. The dreaded “When will dinner be ready?” question. It doesn’t have to be this way. Finding a few quick and easy meals are an absolute must in your working mom toolbelt. Today I’m sharing this super quick meal idea using Ready.Chef.Go! Cooking Bags. I […]

Posted June 8, 2016 by Julie in Food, Reviews, Sponsored, / 7 Comments
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3 Easy Healthy Toddler Meals with Hummus

3 Easy Healthy Toddler Meals with Hummus

I was hired by The Women Bloggers to participate in this #HummusMadeEasy campaign led by Kendal King Group and #SoapboxInfluence on behalf of BUSH’S® Hummus Made Easy. Opinions (and excitement in creating these easy healthy toddler meals) are mine.    Feeding a tiny human should not be so difficult. But if your young toddler is anything like my 17-month-old, food is rejected (and tossed) immediately as a rule before even giving it a taste. There might be about a handful of foods he is willing to eat without a song and dance, pleading, or attempts at tough love (“I guess […]

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DIY Hunter’s Stew aka Slow Cooker Venison Stew

DIY Hunter’s Stew aka Slow Cooker Venison Stew

My husband likes to fill our freezer with game meat each winter so he’s a busy man during hunting season. He recently came home with two deer and we decided to process them ourselves to be budget-friendly. We ground up most of it but there were some solid slabs of meat that were just too good to grind up, so we decided to do a type of stew with it. We had this recipe for chicken, green beans, and potatoes all in one pan but we’ve always wanted to switch it to a slow cooker meal since the potatoes usually […]

Posted December 8, 2015 by Julie in Food, TopPosts, , / 8 Comments
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Pantry Sausage Bake Casserole

Pantry Sausage Bake Casserole

When you’re too busy/lazy to go grocery shopping early in the weekend and you start running out of prepared food, it is an interesting game to see what you can make out of pantry and freezer items. Earlier I had made a Taco Bake Casserole with the last pound of ground beef I found in the freezer (happy it thaws pretty quickly in a bowl of hot water). The recipe called for half a box of elbow noodles, but I was making it from memory and just made the whole box, then realized I had way too much and divided it. […]

Posted November 16, 2015 by Julie in Food, / 5 Comments
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