Hi!! I’m Parrish, I am married to the milkman and am mommy to one ridiculously rambunctious toddler Dean. I like creating and sharing recipes and I love sharing “war” stories about parenting.
Last week I wanted to use up some ground chicken and potatoes that I had leftover in the fridge. The thought of some kind of curry came to mind,
I am LOVING this season! Sure it’s hot out – but I love being able to get fresh, organic, delicious ingredients right from my backyard, the farmers market, farm school, and the orchard.
Crockpot this pork. There’s nothing fancy or strange about it. It works and it’s perfectly delicious. The pork is cooked exactly how you want it to be. It’s tender and far from dry. Shredding it with two forks is effortless.
I found a box of prepared polenta in the pantry that must have been from my crazy shopping trip pre-holidays. I also had some frozen chicken breast tenders in the freezer.
It took my husband and me way toooooo much time to come up with the name for this dish. I asked for some help for a creative name and this is what he came up with.
Time to bring back another slow-cooker dish! I can’t help it. Making these types of dinner eases up the stress throughout the week and I can blame the slow-cooker when they aren’t good! Right?
We’re back on track with the Complimentary Menu#1 and tonight we’re having a superb-tasting calzone. This baby is full of ingredients that we kind of used in other stuff too
We’re fortunate to live close to a bunch of awesome “Pick Your Own” farms. Richmond is close to 20+ of them within Southeastern Virginia.
Last weekend I received a package at my front door that told me it included Campbell’s Skillet Sauces. My daughter and I brought it to the kitchen and opened it up to find four different choices:
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