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Oma's Apfelkuchen (Grandma's Apple Cake)

Today, I am delivering (as promised) a German family recipe!! This recipe is from my husbands grandmother Helena (born in the 1900’s). This recipe was passed to Helena and down to her daughter Agnes (my mother-in-law) making this well over 100 years old. 625 more words


New Beginnings and Farmer's Market Stuffed Peppers

Farmer’s Market Stuffed Peppers

So.  It’s been quite some time since I’ve shown ANY love to my blog, but for good reason!  A lot has happened within the last few months, a new job (woohoo!) moving to a new city (helloooo NYC) and adjusting to a tinyyyy apartment kitchen, where finding the motivation (and space) to create new recipes has been a challenge for me…  But, I’m back (semi settled in) and ready to start a new chapter, get motivated, and get my cooking juices flowing again.   352 more words


A hearty Shakshouka

A great and healthy way to start your morning. Shakshouka is a simple and easy dish that always leave you wanting more. The freshness of the herbs and the contrast of palettes between the eggs, the eggs and the cheese will definitely leave an impression on you! 208 more words


The little things.  Easy to do and easy NOT to do. 

Just got my Piyo workout done! It only took me 30 minutes out of my day. Now I’m energized, feeling great and ready to take on the rest of my day. 122 more words

Sweet & Sour Zucchini Salad

This recipe is inspired by my mom. She gave it to me the last time we visited and gave me a serving of this salad. Since I have more zucchinis than I can possible eat or even give away, I made a big ol’ batch. 90 more words


DIY| How To Home Make A Throw Pillow

Hi, Lifestyle Speakers! Today, I will be presenting you guys with my first ever DIY! Yay! This DIY is one I am particularly very excited about and in which has saved me tons of money. 292 more words

Simple Pleasures....

Sometimes you want a feast, but without the effort…. Takeaway, nahh lets hit the deli section.

I have been craving a local cheese called Isle of Wigh Blue, it’s is creamy, piquant deliciousness, they also do a hard cheese called Gallybagger (a local word for scarecrow) – have a look – http://www.isleofwightcheese.co.uk… 65 more words