Nothing screams summer quite like this refreshing, bubbly pink watermelon cucumber soda! Make the juice from fresh watermelon and cooling cucumbers, plus a little honey to sweeten it up. The soda water gives the overall drink a fizzy sensation and the pleasant feeling of bubbles popping. Pour a tall glass, put your feet up, with […]
Gumbo should have been called “yum”bo. I swear!! I happened to pass by some okra in the grocery store the other day, so while we were planning food for the week, the subject of gumbo naturally arose. Well, and John asks me to make it about every day of our life. I give. He deserves […]
So you might have overdone it again last night. You need to rebound quickly, but you don’t want to swallow a shot of grease at McDonald’s. Here are some tips to an all-natural way to cure your hangover: Get in Your B Vitamins If it’s got a B and a number after it, take it. […]
Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 20 minutes Servings: 2-4 servings 3/4 cup quick grits 3 cups of water Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 1/2 cup grated aged parmesan cheese 4 tablespoons unsalted butter 1 pounds frozen medium shrimp, peeled, deveined and tail off 2 large cloves garlic, minced Pinch of paprika Juice […]
Interview with Hades, King of the Underworld Participants: Hades (Haides, Aides) and me Before diving into what turned out to be an interesting evening, I should probably give a little bit of background. Forgive the rabbit trail. Hi, my name is A.G. Vanidottir. I am the author of this website. Yes, it is a moniker […]
For some reason, AT40 recaps are some of the most popular things I’ve ever written. So, given a long weekend, I’m gonna take on another one from the early ’80s. (As with last time, there is no special significance to the chosen week, and I didn’t know what would be played until I listened.) Favorites […]
Arepas filled with shredded chicken and avocado salad Ingredients For the arepas: 2 cups Arepa Flour—Harina Pan, Masarepa (do not use Masa Harina or corn flour for tacos) 2 cups warm Water, and more as needed 1 tsp. coarse Sea Salt 1 tbsp. Grape Seed Oil + more for skillet For the filling: 1 ½ […]
Growing up in Eastern Montana, I knew Orange Stuff as a dreamy jell-o/Cool Whip/cottage cheese concoction that I asked Mom to make for my birthday each June. My husband Beau is originally from Alabama, though, and he grew up eating an entirely different kind of Orange Stuff: a creamy, tomato-y stroganoff dotted with bits of […]
Good morning! Steve got up early to go fishing. The package we were on included fishing for me also, but I don’t like to get up early If it would be guaranteed that I would catch many fish, and have a non bumpy boat ride, there is a small chance that I might join Steve. […]
CGI: Sharing my experience with The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush Posted By: RumorMail Date: Sunday, 17-Feb-2019 By KarinLLightworker: Medical disclaimer: RMN can not endorse Liver flushes (we’re not Doctors nor medical personal) and the RMN reader does them at their own risk. Please read up on them before you do one. Several of our […]
Ryan and I are big time winos so naturally for our first wedding anniversary we decided to go to Napa! This is a huge check off of both of our bucket lists. I was so excited to be going I literally did a year of research. I didn’t want to miss ANYTHING! My research definitely […]
So the one massive parts of visiting Vietnam that I loved the most was the food! Go from the north to the south and the food flavours can be so different but are all so delicious! Even going to the food markets, you will be amazed at what is on offer to buy. The […]
We spent our first full day, a Sunday, enjoying a boozy brunch and fossicking through Vancouver’s thrift store.
Don’t be fooled, we’re not about the all-inclusive life – backpacking always for us!
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Now that we’ve had our cookies, cocktails and cakes (alliteration!), it’s probably time to get back to a real meal. You might see the photos and the name of this recipe and think, Why didn’t he just call it Chicken Cacciatore? And that is indeed how this recipe started. But then I wanted more veggies. And […]