Peanut butter banana crepes are a satisfying way to start the day. The rich and creamy peanut butter filling matches well with the sliced banana. The crunch of the crushed peanuts fives you a much needed textural element. I hope … Read More
Zion National Park Lodge is surrounded by the towering red rock cliffs and looks as “western” as you can get. The exterior resembles a massive log cabin, and the inside showcases large stone supports and accent walls. The lodge is … Read More
Lemon is a flavor that my family absolutely loves! Two of my kids routinely suck on lemons. Really, they don’t wince at all, no reaction, it’s like they’re eating an orange. It makes my squirm every time. My lemon poppy … Read More
Those looking for a dairy free dessert, here you go! This treat offers the wonderful flavors of a pina colada in a after dinner delight. The smooth coconut pudding is the perfect base to the rum flambé pineapple. Hope you … Read More
I remember when I was in 8th grade, my school took a field trip to DC and I fell in love with the area. The history and the majesty, our capital is a destination that young and old will love. … Read More
Buffalo chicken patties are a fantastic way to make the classic dip more portable. The crunchy texture from frying gives you that tortilla chip crunch. You can eat as is, or dip in ranch, heck you can also add it … Read More
My strawberry sorbet is something I love making right after we go pick strawberries. We get home, I clean them and then make sorbet. To me, this really does usher in summer for my family. But I don’t stop once … Read More
Bulgogi is something that I had a lot growing up. The thinly sliced steak, with the sweet sauce, was something I couldn’t get enough of. I hope you enjoy my take on this South Korean staple.