30 Underrated Movies

Originally posted on Life Lessons From Around the Dinner Table:
It’s been a long time since I have done a list, and I was sitting here thinking since we are all staying at home anyway, why not compile a list of movies? I have done horror movies and romantic movies in the past, but I…

Valentine’s Day Chocolate M&M Popcorn By Domestic Superhero

Valentine’s Day Chocolate M&M Popcorn ALLYSON Valentine’s Day Chocolate M&M Popcorn February 10, 2020 By Allyson Valentine’s Day Chocolate M&M Popcorn is going to be the star of your Valentine’s Day Party! Only THREE ingredients and only minutes to toss together! Valentine’s desserts can be so easy to make and so delicious! This year we are servings…

Two Sides to Every Super Bowl

Originally posted on Rosemarie's Kitchen:
Okay, confession time. When Kansas City won their division and were headed to the Super Bowl, I was really hoping that Green Bay would go all the way, too. I am a Green Bay Fan by marriage. Growing up in Northern California, I cheered for the 49ers, if I…

Quesadilla Burger and the State of Texas

Originally posted on Rosemarie's Kitchen:
Recently Hubby did something different – he took some time off from work for a “mini vacation”. It was great – a couple of days spent puttering around the house, a trip to California’s Mother Lode, a movie in the middle of a weekday and a day trip to…

It’s National Baked Alaska Day

Originally posted on Rosemarie's Kitchen:
Traditionally, on this day one would “Bake Alaska”, that is to serve up a sponge cake topped with ice cream and smothered with whipped egg whites. But then again, there is more than one way to bake a state. This delicious no-bake, no cake Baked Alaska is truly in…

Taco Tuesday

Originally posted on Cooking Keto With Faith:
Do you ever wonder how Mexican restaurants get their taco meat to have a completely different taste and texture, to the stuff that we all seem to make at home? Well it was only after my husband worked at a Mexican restaurant, that he was able to observe…

My Road Trip To Illinois Has Begun/Part 1

My Road Trip To Illinois My trip  actually began around 10 PM. I was amazed how relaxed  I was tonight.  All day, in fact. I had the house picked up. Vacuumed. Laundry : Washed, Dried And put away. Dishes washed and put away. I was packed by midafternoon. I amazed myself and actually got unpacked…

Noodle Soup with Thai Red Roast Pork

Originally posted on freespiritfood:
The weather in Sydney this weekend has been awful with very high winds and torrential rain. It feels like winter has really arrived. Of course this  is perfect weather for heart warming soups, roast and casseroles. What a great excuse for comfort food! This soup is a perfect antidote to winter…

Indian Spiced Fish Pie

Originally posted on freespiritfood:
This recipe is based on Rick Stein’s classic fish pie recipe but with an Indian twist. The addition of traditional Indian spices to the milk and cream mixture in which the seafood is lightly poached, and using “aloo bharta” or Indian style mashed potato for the topping bring the flavours of…

A Simple Christmas Eve Supper

Originally posted on Rosemarie's Kitchen:
The wait is over. The house is decorated. The stockings hung, and all those presents wrapped. Perhaps you and your family are planning a quiet evening at home. Perhaps a seven-course-seven-fish meal is just a bit over the top. I get that, really I do. Yet Christmas Eve should…