Sunday Supper {4 Vacation Week Meals to Feed a Crowd}

We spent the past week skiing in Mount Snow Vermont and, on our way from the airport to the house, stopped off to buy groceries for the week.  We had anywhere from 8 – 14 to feed on any given night and wanted hearty, filling, cost effective and easy meals for the crew.  We knew… Read More

School Night Supper {Groundhog Day Breakfast for Dinner}

Groundhog Day is just one of many obscure little “holidays” we love to celebrate around here.  Since it seems like the older they get, the less time we have in the morning (because now it’s not just getting dressed and brushing teeth but also reviewing vocab words, studying for tests and practicing presentations), we’ve been… Read More

Sunday Supper {Chili + Campfire Cones}

It’s finally feeling a bit like fall here in Atlanta – at least in the early mornings and late evenings.  When we camped at Stone Mountain, we took a twist on a easier-to-eat version of s’mores called the Campfire Cone.  It was a HUGE hit and we did come home with extra supplies so we’ve… Read More

Sunday Supper {Asian Noodle Salad}

Mother told me about seeing the Pioneer Woman’s Asian Noodle Salad somewhere earlier in the week and I really couldn’t get it out of my mind.  So, with no better dinner plans, we headed to the store for the ingredients.  It’s pretty expensive and time consuming to make (I do have leftovers of all of the sauces)… Read More

School Night Supper: Potato Hack

Not to be confused with potato sack… I am so excited to share this potato hack!!! We LOVE baked potato night for a school night supper.  I usually have a variety of toppings (selected from what’s already on hand) like butter, sour cream, cheese, bacon, ham, chopped tomatoes, salsa and green onions.  It’s inexpensive, filling… Read More

Sunday Supper {Crock Pot Chicken Noodle Soup}

This is “sunday supper” can also double as a “school night supper” if you have time to do a little prep.  It cooks entirely in the crock pot, is absolutely delicious, and will leave you with plenty of leftovers.  I would handle the chopping the night before and have everything ready to go if you will… Read More