It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The Christmas of basketball. March Madness. Real footage of me watching Purdue win: And that’s all I have to say about that, except that I’m leading the work bracket challenge. #girlpower. And except that I’m wearing the same thing every time Purdue plays and might be trying…… Continue reading March madness, Second Harvest, sisters meeting sisters, & kitchen sink lo mein.
For my fancy birthday dinner, I racked my brain for somewhere in Nashville I’ve been meaning to try—which is hard, because Nashville gets new restaurants on the daily and they’re all delicious (it’s basically a rule). Thankfully, I remembered that Chauhan Ale & Masala House had been on the dream dinner list for a while.…… Continue reading Chicken tikka masala, vegetable korma, & mint-cilantro water: a visit to Chauhan.
I turned 27 on March 6th and, as the best gift of all time, Dienesa and Brooke came to Nashville for a reunion and to be the inaugural guests in our second bedroom. I can’t tell you the last time I stayed up until 3:00 in the morning, but it’s never more worth it than…… Continue reading 27: birthday cake Oreos, the Staves @ 3rd and Lindsley, & wearing a black shirt.
For Christmas, my sister got Ben and me a Groupon for the NCAA Hall of Champions, so we finally scheduled a quick weekend trip to see the museum and hit some other fun Indianapolis sights. The day started with breakfast with my mom and dad, who were in Indy to take Kim to the airport…… Continue reading A day in Indianapolis: basketball, a mini food tour, and flurries.
Welcome back! It’s been awhile, and I wanted to jump back in to writing with a new blog layout and hopefully more recipes (because I have been cooking and baking like nobody’s business), more updates, and more fun life stuff. Ben and I are now Mr. and Mrs. Morgan (yay!) and we are having fun…… Continue reading After awhile, the most perfect turkey chili, all things new & my love of lavender.
Sometimes it’s fall and finally not 90 degrees outside every day and you just need some mashed potatoes. (Am I right?) I whipped up a version of a shepherd’s pie the other night and Ben dubbed it harvest shepherd’s pie. Stuffed full of fall colors and flavors, it’s the perfect filling meal for after a day…… Continue reading Fall in a pie plate: harvest shepherd’s pie.
One of my favorite soups to improvise is simple chicken soup. It was extremely easy to make low in calories, and it’s packed full of veggies and protein. Perfect for the beginning of fall! This recipe makes enough for 2 people to have about 4 ladlefuls each at about 500 calories total. It’s a soup, yes,…… Continue reading An easy weeknight soup: lemon chicken with rice and veggies.