• Easy Queso Dip

    April 21, 2015Danita

    Time Saving Tuesday….Easy Queso Dip. For those NOT in Texas, queso just means cheese….or more specifically when ordering at a restaurant, cheese dip! Until we moved here I just called it “cheese dip”, having no idea it had a fancy Spanish name.   Today I’m sharing with you one of the quickest and best Queso…

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  • Alaskan King Crab Legs

    April 8, 2015Danita

    Last year, before my son turned thirteen, he decided he wanted to try crab legs.  I’m not sure where he saw them or why he got it in his head he wanted them, but he did.   He was talking to his grandparents on the phone, explaining this to them and his granddaddy (my dad),…

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  • Garlic and Herb Cheese Bombs

    February 27, 2015Danita

    I’ve kinda been on a roll with the Pinterest recipes lately, so I thought I’d go ahead and share another one today.  I saw several pins from different people for this Garlic and Herb Cheese Bombs so I’m not sure of the original source. The one I used came from Juggling Act Mamma. Yesterday, I…

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  • Dark Chocolate Dipped Clementines with Sea Salt

    February 26, 2015Danita

      I first saw this recipe for Dark Chocolate Dipped Clementines with Sea Salt on Pinterest, posted by Delightfully Yum. Her pictures were so amazing I just had to give it a try. Now, as much as I may enjoy trolling Pinterest and looking at all the lovely recipes there I’m often a little “gun-shy”…

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  • Honeycomb and Brie Crostini

    December 8, 2014Danita

    This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #DonVictorHoney  #DonVictor #CollectiveBias Honey has been enjoyed around the world for centuries as a natural sweetener and delicacy.  For example, in ancient Israel Torah teachers allowed their young students to lick honey off their slates as an object…

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