When I was younger, I went on a canoe trip with our youth group to Boundary Waters, Minnesota. We had a food pack full of enough food for five days, and for five days, we cooked every single meal over an open flame. Thankfully, temperatures that far north are pretty cool, and … [Read more...]
Celebrate the everyday by making dinnertime a family event. Whitney shares her best tips and tricks on making dinner special here.
I feel like summer is one of those times, kinda like the first of the year, when we start out strong, and by the end of the summer are. just. DONE. Amirightandcanigetanamen? I wanted to talk briefly about how to set yourself up for a successful summer. Here are my top tips for … [Read more...]
I’ve got a handful of recipes I want to share with you this summer! As you may or may not know, I love cooking as a creative activity—I rarely follow any recipe exactly, and I love experimenting with variations to see what the outcome is. And my husband, David, will vouch for … [Read more...]
Hi there! I’m in the middle of my “Summer with Kids” series, and in the last few posts, I’ve talked about how I’ve gotten our summer all lined out. Today, I’m going to transition into talking about activities, starting with some kitchen fun. I mentioned in my last post, we had … [Read more...]
Growing up, the Christmas dinner menu at my parents’ house was very similar to the Thanksgiving dinner menu at my Gran’s house. The staples included turkey, green beans, ham, a cranberry orange salad, and of course, dressing. My aunt would bring piles of cookies, and another aunt … [Read more...]