Mission Sandwichon

Two years ago, the Mister and I went on a mission trip to Katira, Costa Rica. It was an amazing, life-changing experience. You can read about that here. This summer, our church is going on mission to Peru, but sadly, we won’t be on that trip. We have lots of things going on in lifeRead more

Hearty Taco Pie for a billion

One day last year at TJ Maxx (my favorite store), I came upon this absolutely BEAUTIFUL 15 inch cast iron skillet. It was $29.99 and I couldn’t pass it up. The price and the size made it so hard to walk away from. This pan normally goes for upwards of $70.  A couple of weeksRead more

Hungry In Austin

A couple of weeks ago, The Mister and I set out for Austin, TX to attend a food blogging conference called BlogHer Food 2016. It was awesome! Two days learning lots of new things, making new friends and eating good food. After the conference was over, we had two more days left in Austin. AsRead more

Not Blogging But Still In The Kitchen

Hello my friends! Don’t you worry, even though I have not been blogging, I HAVE been in the kitchen. Life, as always has stayed busy but a girl and her Mister still have to eat. The week before Easter, the week of Easter and the week after Easter, I didn’t do much cooking at all.Read more

Recap of Vacation

For the past week I have been on a lovely vacation. This is kind of a long post but totally worth scrolling through 😀 It started with a burger & nachos at Chris Madrid’s in San Antonio:   Some of our friends recommended this place and it was a WIN!   Then a LOVELY Fiesta Wedding:Read more

American Cheese Enchiladas

I’m a Sharp Cheddar Cheese girl. I won’t EVER deny that. I can eat it by the slice! (even though I know it’s not so good for me) Last weekend (anniversary weekend) we went to COSTCO and I bought a big block of Tilamook Sharp Cheddar Cheese! It’s my favorite. As I looked into theRead more

Enchiladas Suizas

For most of my life I was a very picky eater. My meals consisted of mostly American fast food and whatever my mom, grandma and aunt made from the Mexican food genre. That mostly consisted of rice, beans, fideo, tortillas (flour & corn), picadillo (ground beef with potatoes) and variations on all of those things. OneRead more

Fresh Tomato Salsa

I have been playing around with this recipe for awhile now and I feel like I’m finally happy with it so, I thought I’d share it. I know there are a couple of you that have been waiting for this recipe and here it is, FINALLY! [If you are using a regular blender, I suggestRead more

South Texas Frittata

Our first lunch in the New Year was a South Texas Frittata. I have made plenty of eggs in my life and in different ways but I had yet to make a frittata. It was an exciting afternoon! This frittata has four servings and CAN serve 4 people with a salad for a light lunch.Read more