Little Home Tour

Little Home Tour

**This post mentions several brands for the benefit of the reader. I was not compensated in any way for this post.  It has been just over a week that OB and I moved into our little home on wheels. It has been a lot of work organizing our space, deciding what to keep, what to… 

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Apple Cider Glazed Turkey Breast and Giving Cancer the Boot

During the month of October, JCPenney is giving customers the opportunity to round up their purchases to the nearest dollar and support the fight against breast cancer. It’s a great time to get a start on your holiday purchases and support an important cause. Contributions will be donated to JCPenney Cares to directly fund programs supporting… 

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Fall Recipe Line-up

I’m not going to lie. With all the packing, sorting and moving my life is a little out of order right now. Last night was our first night in our new tiny temporary home. I slept like a rock, but I am pretty sure that had a lot to due with the fact I was… 

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Asian Chicken & Coconut Rice Bowls - TheNoshery.com

Asian Chicken and Toasted Coconut Rice Bowls

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Kraft. The opinions and text are all mine. Between you and me I love bowls. More specifically I love to eat out of bowls. There is just something about eating from a bowl that makes food more satisfying. I can sit in a chair… 

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32 Puerto Rican Recipes

Today is the first official start to National Hispanic Heritage Month and in celebration I figured I would round-up all of my traditional and inspired Puerto Rican recipes in one place. Enjoy and Cook on! Buen provecho! Traditional Pastelillos de Carne (Puerto Rican Meat Turnovers) Spanish Bean Soup Pavochon Fricassee de Pollo  Alitas en Escabeche (Wings in… 

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Farro with Acorn Squash, Kale and Sweet Apple Chicken Sausage

Toasted Farro with Acorn Squash, Kale and Chicken Sausage

This Saturday I spent torturous hours in IKEA buying things to set up our camper for our impending move. One of the benefits of working from home is being able to go to stores in the middle of the week at random times and avoiding crowds. I also use this same strategy with movie theaters…. 

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Moroccan Lamb Stew

Although it’s September, I know many places have yet to experience that first breeze of crisp Autumn air. It’s still a little warm in some places and downright hot in others. Yesterday OB and I were working on the camper, and I was pouring buckets of sweat. But, just the mention of September and announcements… 

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Chicken, Ham & Swiss Steamed Whole Wheat Buns - TheNoshery.com

Chicken, Ham and Swiss Whole Wheat Steamed Buns

I have eaten my fair share of Hot Pockets.  When I was a single gal living alone the most effort I made for dinner was a sandwich, bowl of cereal or hot pocket. At the time, I considered buy shares in Hot Pocket stock because I ate so many, but I was considerably broke at… 

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Dulce De Leche Thumbprint Cookies - TheNoshery.com

Coconut Dulce de Leche Thumbprint Cookies

It was late on a Sunday and I really wanted cookies. It’s was an overwhelming feeling of “need cookie now”! When in the throws of a cookie emergency I first think of chocolate chip cookies. But, to my disappointment I found no chocolate chips or chocolate bars to chop for chocolate chunks in the pantry. What I… 

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15 Labor Day Recipes

  It’s Labor Day weekend. The last official day of Summer! I thought I would quickly pull together some fun and tasty recipes for your Labor Day weekend. I got a little bit of everything grilled meats, ribs, burgers, sides, appetizers and dessert. So, if you have been invited to a Labor Day BBQ and… 

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Five Spice Chicken with Vermicelli Noodle Salad - TheNoshery.com

Five Spice Chicken with Vermicelli Noodle Salad

The lazy days of summer are coming to an end. Soon many will return to the hustle and bustle of school, work, activities and whatever else life decides to throw at you.  It gets crazy and to top it all off you still need to feed your family. Good news is that making something quick… 

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