Herb Roasted Leg of Lamb.
I’m a fan of lamb. I’m not sure why it’s not more wildly popular than it is because it’s sensationally succulent. It also happens to be a staple at my table on Easter. Which ehem, is right around the corner. No need to panic. We’re going to be sharing all kinds of easy and elegant options to help you create an effortless Easter table.
Starting with this boneless herb roasted leg of lamb. It’s as simple as applying a rub and putting it into the oven until it reaches your desired level of done ness. For me, that’s rare (135 degrees) or medium (145 degrees). Use a digital thermometer to monitor internal temps.
I’m practically giddy that it’s Daylight Savings this weekend. We’re springing forward y’all. I don’t know about you, but I’m beyond ready for longer days. Longer days mean spring and summer are right around the corner along with warmer weather. I’m not a cold weather person. Winter is not my jam. I like boots and a roaring fire but otherwise I could skip the entire thing and be okay with it. I’ve considered moving even further South every winter. Truth. These Limoncello cookies are like spring and summer all balled up into a few glorious bites.
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Bakery Style Blueberry Muffins.
Happy National Breakfast Week! We all know how important breakfast is. It’s the most important meal of the day for goodness sake. What is National Breakfast week all about you ask? Glad you did. National Breakfast weeks aims to encourage parents, students and school officials to start their morning with a healthy breakfast. While we all know it’s important sometimes we just don’t. In celebration of this effort, we’re sharing these easy dairy-centric bakery style blueberry muffins that anyone can easily mix up PLUS they’re made using REAL® dairy products . REAL whole milk and REAL butter. Who wants artificial when you can have the REAL® deal. There is a difference and you can taste it.
Feb 13, 17
It’s the month of all things pink, red and everything heart shaped. You know the holiday. They’ve had the shelves stocked with chocolates and goofy little stuffed animals since Christmas Eve reminding us it’s coming. I’ve never been a jewelry and flowers girl but food, yes I’m all in. Especially when it’s carbs or dessert. Pretty pink dainty French cookies, most definitely fall into the yes category for me. Better known as macarons. It’s a sweet meringue-based confection made using: egg whites, powdered sugar, granulated sugar, almond flour, and food coloring. They’re delicious and you can fill them with whatever your heart desires.
I wrote this post as part of my participation in a blog tour on behalf of Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. McNeil Consumer Healthcare Division, the makers of PEPCID®. I received compensation to thank me for taking the time to participate. However, all opinions expressed are my own.
BBQ Cola Pork Chops.
I am from the South and yes I’m Southern as grits. We’ll put bbq sauce on all the things. I’m not even kidding. I even like to dip my fries in bbq sauce. Pretty sure I was spoon fed bbq sauce as a baby, but that’s neither here nor there. Don’t blame my Mom, I probably grabbed the spoon and did it myself. Now you know my love affair with sauce runs deep. I like mine sweet, tangy and with a kick. Spice is nice. Sometimes though spicy just doesn’t agree with me. Does that stop me from eating it? Nope, not a chance. I don’t let a little heartburn scare me off. I just keep the PEPCID COMPLETE® handy. I take the directed amount and it’s taken care of quickly and let’s me keep on keeping on.