High on Christmas

If you were thinking to yourself ‘self, this girl is probably literally high on Christmas spirit right now’, you would NOT be wrong. That’s ‘Christmas spirit’, y’all, not spirits. I’m not opposed in theory, but your girl is one unfortunate margarita incident past my drinkin’ days, y’all. So I’m in my element right now, andContinue reading “High on Christmas”

Thanksgiving Cookin’ (and a FREE Printable Menu)

Ok, y’all. I know I said I’m basking in the season – and I am, TRULY. But I wouldn’t be true to myself if I wasn’t also organizing and categorizing and planning every detail. I appointed myself the official guardian of The Menu for all of our family holidays many years ago, and if IContinue reading “Thanksgiving Cookin’ (and a FREE Printable Menu)”

It’s Totally Fall, Y’all!

Happy Monday, friends! I’m excited about today’s post! I know it won’t break records in terms of originality and wit, but who cares? It’s about some of my favorite things. Food. It’s about food. Which is legit one of my favorite things, I can’t lie. But pair it with the fall season, and I canContinue reading “It’s Totally Fall, Y’all!”

Weird and Wonderful Groceries!

What did we do before curbside grocery pickup, y’all? I know that grocery delivery was a thing WAY before the advent of superstores and big, huge shopping trips with overflowing carts and harried moms swatting little hands away from all the tempting displays. I mean, I wasn’t personally PRESENT during that era, but there’s aContinue reading “Weird and Wonderful Groceries!”

Holiday Baking – Paleo Style

I’m not gonna lie to you. I’ve fallen off the wagon a time or two over the past couple of weeks. I’m a foodie at heart, and my love of all things sugared, cheesy, or carby – or all of the above – is never going to go away. But I committed to this lifeContinue reading “Holiday Baking – Paleo Style”

Comfort Food Season

We’re smack dab in the middle of eatin’ season, y’all. The weather isn’t really COLD, by any stretch of the imagination, but it’s cooler than it has been for the last eleventy-hundred years (a slight exaggeration of the length of south Texan summers). Obviously, nature is telling me to prepare for hibernation, so I’m pullingContinue reading “Comfort Food Season”