I love a sewing project that takes minimal time and has an immediate use. So my latest project is a handbag, organizer. I switch handbags often to compliment the outfit that I am wearing. To make this transition simple and to ensure I always have what I need in my handbag at all times. Most importantly it helps me to keep my handbag “ORGANIZED.” I don’t have to worry about my handbag feeling like a bottomless pit……digging around like a crazy woman…..trying to find what I’m looking for…..lol.
To make this handbag organizer simply check out the video below. You can also change the dimension to make it larger or smaller.
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Recently, I was at Whole Foods Market picking up a few thing’s. On my list was frozen ravioli. Initially I was just going to get cheese ravioli to make oven fried ravioli, click here for that recipe. But just as I was getting ready to close the freezer door I saw Organic Spinach and Cheese Whole Wheat Ravioli. I knew that I could use this to make a quick semi-homemade dish. So let’s get started. …
1 Bag of Spinach and Cheese Ravioli (or whatever type you desire)
Pan Seared, Boiled or Grilled Chicken
Cook Ravioli according to package directions.
Cook chicken tenderloins as desired and cut into cubes
Warm your Marinara Sauce
Now it’s time to plate……..
Add ravioli, place chicken on top, spoon on marinara sauce, sprinkle on parmesan cheese, oregano and basil.
Over the weekend my youngest couldn’t decide what she wanted for lunch. So I had an idea, to make a similar sandwich to something Giada De Laurentiis from the Food Network made. Giada made a Panini with chocolate and brie cheese. My daughter suggested tortilla instead of bread. We used Muenster instead of Brie because it’s her favorite and semi-sweet chocolate chips like the original recipe. She loved it, my guess is because all her favorite thing’s taste great together. Nothing like a little salty and sweet all in one. So here’s to trying new things and it actually turning out successfully!!!!!
This recipe is for those day’s you just don’t feel like cooking but still want your kids to have a healthy meal. This was great because the entire family could personalize their pizza. So let’s just dive right into this super simple and quick no fuss meal.
Muenster Cheese Slices
Tomato Sauce of choice
Coarse Ground Black Perpper
Red Pepper Flakes
Deli Turkey Slices
Preheat oven to 450. Place a flour tortilla on a pizza baking sheet and brush topside lightly with olive oil. Spread 1 Tbs of tomato sauce Break your Muenster Cheese into pieces and add. Next cut up a turkey slice, season with black pepper and red pepper flakes. Finally add sauteed spinach ( which you stir-fry in a pan on the stove top in garlic and onion powder and a bit of olive oil) Bake until golden brown and crispy, 8-10 minutes. Serves one.
In my life making a meal that is delicious and quick is……..one of the best things” EVER”. I was in a seafood mood, so I decided to play around with the flounder I had in the freezer. I am all for experimenting and trust me I have many fails and successful experiences. So I continue to tweak what didn’t work out so well and keep the successful things in rotation.
So let’s get started…………………….
6 pieces of flounder
2 Tbs of butter
1/4 tsp of salt
1/4 tsp of dried or fresh parsley, black pepper, red pepper flakes, onion powder, garlic powder
Set your oven to broil 500°
Line and baking tray with parchment paper
Lay your fish onto the baking tray and sprinkle each piece with salt.
In a measuring cup melt 2 Tbs of butter in the microwave for 30 second
Zest your lemon into the melted butter and then cut the lemon in half and squeeze all the juice of that lemon into the melted butter.
Add all your herbs and spice, stir to get everything evenly mixed
Pour your mixture over each piece of flounder
Let it broil for 5-8 minutes (the time depends on your oven and thickness of fish) my oven takes 8 minutes.
Yesterday was grocery shopping day. The stores that I love are Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods and Wegmans. So at TJ’s I came across a new item. Which the store clerk said, just came in the night before. So I dropped 2 of them into the shopping cart. Hoping they will taste delishhhh.
I tried them this morning and I’m in “LOVE” They have the perfect amount of pumpkin, nutmeg and cinnamon flavor without being over powering…..so glad that I gave them a try and that they taste terrific. TJ’s always has something new and delicious to try. It’s the one store where the list just goes out the window….lol.
A few day’s ago I was on my Beloved Pinterest. I came across a pin on how to make your own Microwaveable Popcorn. I had to try this ASAP. My family loves, love, love Popcorn. Due to the chemicals in Microwaveable Popcorn, my family has not had it in years and the air popper just didn’t taste as good. So now I can have the best of both worlds. Quicker and Healthier Microwaveable Popcorn.
Want to know what’s in your store bought popcorn check out this video below which will also show you just how simple it is to make it yourself. Making it yourself gives you the ability to get creative with the way you flavor it.
For tonight I made
My oldest daughter her fave…….oil(olive) an a little salt
My youngest daughter …….a little olive oil, salt and melted chocolate chips drizzled
For myself………olive oil, salt, cayenne pepper, paprika, cane sugar. I call it my Spicy Kettle Corn