Recently I flew to Arizona for a couple of weeks to have some much needed girlfriend time. I am blessed to have a few close friends that I can just be me with. Leslie, also known as the Bohemian Sprout, is one of those friends. Whenever I visit Leslie she always makes me feel like … More The Art of Hospitality
If you like angel hair pasta and pizza, this recipe is the best of both worlds. It is easy to make and will tickle your taste buds for sure. If you are thinking, “I don’t have an air fryer,” never fear, you can bake this in your oven. Watch the video down below for step … More Spaghetti Pizza in the Air Fryer
This recipe is so easy and looks and tastes amazing!
When I was a little girl we moved to South Carolina. We lived there for a little over three years. While living there my mother learned a new recipe from some of the ladies at church. They called it “chicken bog.” All I could remember about it was that it had rice, chicken, and black … More Super Easy Chicken and Rice Dish with Kielbasa Sausage (Chicken Bog)
I love pork roast and sauerkraut. However, I didn’t grow up eating it. In fact, as a child if my mom would have cooked this I probably would have said, “Yuck, can I go get a hamburger?” My husband’s grandparents on his mom’s side were German. After we got married they very quickly became Grandma … More Instant Pot Pork Roast & Sauerkraut (quick & easy)
Have you ever wondered what the difference is between cold process and hot process soaping? Making cold process soap is quicker and easier, but it has to cure for about 6 weeks. Curing gives the soap time for the water to evaporate in the soap, making it a harder bar that will last longer in … More Cold Process Vs. Hot Process Soaping
I’ve been making my own laundry detergent for a few years now. I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love it and how much money I’ve saved. It literally costs me pennies per load. I make a 5 gallon bucket about every 8 to 9 months. I have another blog with my … More The Proof is In the Wash