I've always loved homemade chicken noodle soup. When I was growing up, this was a very frequent meal in our house. There were two versions: mom's and dad's. My mom used her homemade chicken broth, a bunch of vegetables and chunks of rotisserie chicken. My dad, on the other hand, used chicken bouillon powder, put… Continue reading Chicken Soup For This Teacher’s Soul
The best dishes are created when you look in your fridge and feel the pressure to use whatever is left in there before it goes bad. After an exciting week, making tons of hand pies, I was left with a bunch of random vegetables. I was pretty excited to make coleslaw when I realized I had… Continue reading Colorful Vegetable Slaw
After seeing someone post on Instagram about the grocery-free challenge, I decided to give it a shot. I figured this would be a chance to save a bit of money as well as a way to get rid of some of the food we have accumulated in the pantry, fridge and freezer. Throughout the week,… Continue reading A Grocery-Free Week!
August was a particularly big month for us this year. On August 1, I started working again after the summer break and Jeff started traveling again, after a full month at home. Both of us decided to take this opportunity to start new healthy habits. The healthy habits I'm trying to stick to include: Run… Continue reading My Back-on-Track Meal Planning