Pineapple, orange and lime juices come together in this non-alcoholic version of a favorite cocktail.
Not surprisingly, whatever I eat, my toddler wants to eat. Whatever I drink, my toddler wants to try. So when we have a glass of wine or a cocktail, he starts wondering where his drink is. I’ve never been much of juice person, but now I’ve started stocking more in my fridge. For my son, and also for me. I like having a drink in my hand that he can come sip from.
Individual pizzas with spicy sausage, yellow peppers, roasted tomatoes, mozzarella and basil— it’s an easy summer meal made more fantastic by the fact that they’re prepared outdoors on the grill, keeping your house nice and cool.
Let’s just cut to the chase— it’s summer and it’s hot. If I can avoid turning on the stove or oven, I do. And so many of our regular meals have been altered to need little or no heating, or to be prepared on the grill. This time of year my grill is my best friend.
Pizza is on an almost weekly rotation in our house all year long. But there is no way I’m turning my oven on when it’s 100 degrees. Thankfully, pizza is just as good, if not better, prepared on the grill.
Ditch the graham crackers and chocolate squares, this here is the best way to make campfire s’mores— with homemade chocolate chip cookies and giant marshmallows.
Let’s file this one under Best Idea I’ve Ever Had.
I love s’mores as much as the next gal, but if I’m being truly honest the sum is not greater than its parts.
Graham crackers, chocolate and marshmallows are a wonderful flavorful combination, but a traditional s’more is never as satisfying in real life as it is in my head. The crackers are too crunchy, the chocolate doesn’t really get a chance to melt, and the marshmallow squishes out the sides.