No, that’s not a typo! Chili cooking is what you smell in my house today. I love when the cooler weather comes; it’s perfect for making those one-pot meals, like chili. Since my family doesn’t eat red meat, I make chili with ground turkey. We also don’t like kidney beans, so I use small, white […]More
Not only am I a licensed real estate agent in Georgia, I also consider myself a home and lifestyle consultant. Our homes are sacred places where we can escape to find peace and contentment with our loved ones. I'm passionate about helping others to buy and sell their homes, but also providing tips and advice to help them create their unique living space. And, yes I'm also a foodie -- food is the quintessential connection to making you feel like "There's no place like home!"
Now that the nest is just about empty, I cook my most extravagant meals on Sundays. Well, not exactly extravagant, but I spend more time on Sunday meals than I do during the week. My husband loves my stuffed peppers, so I decided to make his favorite today. Stuffed peppers is a very easy meal […]More
Whenever I tell someone I don’t eat meat, particularly meat-eaters, I get the usual looks that say “You poor soul, how do you survive?” Or, “What planet are you from?” My answer to them is always the same: “Every meal you make with red meat, I can find a substitute and prepare a meal that […]More
I love cooking Thanksgiving dinner for my family, but I hate trying to figure out what makeover to give my leftovers. This year, I’ve decided to make turkey soup with rosemary dumplings. I don’t usually prepare my daily meals using a recipe, so I’ll wing it and go with the flow. There was plenty of […]More
Eating healthy isn’t complicated. In fact, you can prepare very healthy meals using simple ingredients, such as vegetables. The other day, for dinner, I made grilled eggplant sandwiches topped with sauteed red and green peppers, and onions. Along with my sandwich, I had a cup of tomato and basil soup. Mmm! delicious!More
The beginning place for healthy eating starts in your kitchen. However, your kitchen could also be a place for sickness if healthy, nutritious foods are not prepared. Whenever my husband or children come down with a cold, I head to my kitchen and cook up a batch of french onion soup and a salad with […]More