My daughter is home for the summer from College..WHOOP! As we are trying to eat better and cook at home, we have discovered many recipes from other bloggers, TV personalities and our own recipes here at home.
We found this delightful recipe and it looked like the perfect summer dish. Here is the recipe…give it a try and let me know what you think! Cilantro Lime Avocado Chicken
What do you do when a sweet friend, who happens to be expecting a baby in August, asks for something made with lemons? You find a lemon loaf recipe of course! I love this sweet treat and I think you will also! Give it a try. You can find recipe here.
This was delicious!
We love baking sweets on all occasions and love celebrating our freedom!
Sprinkles shortbread cookies...yummy! Find recipe here.
Chocolate covered Pretzels…always a winner! Find recipe here.
Red, White and Blue Chocolate covered peanuts…perfect combo! Find recipe here.
Rice Krispie Treats…these are so cute! Find recipe here.
My daughter found this recipe and thought it was so cute, so she made these as well.
Rice Krispie Treats!
My travel adventures so far this year have been limited to the great state of Texas. Not that I am complaining, it is a great state! It’s just I prefer to see myself traveling through Italy or jetting off to New York to catch a show!
Maybe that will be my life one day, but for now I am sharing with you my Texas travels to the beaches of Port Aransas, BBQ, and some history along the way.
The route from Austin to Port Aransas is filled with history. Every time we go to the beach we say we are going to stop and read the landmarks and visit the Spanish Missions that are still standing from the fight for Texas Independence. But we are always in a hurry and say “next time.” This year, we decided to stop since it was just me and my husband and we were not vetoed by any children!
First stop was the famous Smitty’s BBQ…delicious! We needed some energy for the road trip! Food before history.
This is the site of the surrender of the Texas troops to Santa Anna in 1836.
The site of the Spanish mission (Presidio La Bahia) with some of the original rock still standing from 1771. In many places, any structure that is 250 years old is considered “new”…but in Texas it is considered “ancient!”
A little food, a little history and now the beach. What a great way to relax…enjoying the lovely weather, breakfast outside and this view. God is good!