Earlier this summer my husband discovered a spot in the middle of nowhere New Hampshire to unplug, disconnect, and refresh. With everything we have going on I was hesitant to book a reservation, but there was only one weekend left with openings for the summer so we did it. YOU GUYS. I cannot recommend this enough. We went to a place called Getaway House. They have locations outside of Boston, New York, and D.C. and it is worth every single penny.
I know I promised to post our camping recipes from our trip to New Hampshire this week, but the Jewish holidays have snuck up on me and I didn’t want to leave you without a Rosh Hashana recipe, so you’ll have to hang tight and wait until next week for the camping recipes! But this recipe will not let you down. It is so easy, only 4 ingredients, and super delicious! Continue Reading
Living in New England, I continuously discover things that are local or regional to my hometown in Kentucky. Recently I discovered that people here are not familiar with Puppy Chow. Or, I should say, they’re not familiar with the name “Puppy Chow” for the chocolatey, peanut buttery, powdered sugary, addictive treat. They call it by other names, but when I refer to Puppy Chow they all think I’m crazy.
Did you see that Ferrero is offering to pay people to move to Italy and become a professional Nutella taster?! Is that the perfect job, or what?! (If you haven’t seen this, you can find the article on my Facebook page! While you’re there, toss me a like!) And if you haven’t noticed, I really like to put Nutella on pretty much everything, so why not make Nutella Rice Krispie Treats?
If you read my last post, you know that my husband and I tried some adventurous and delicious popsicles at Las Paletas in Nashville, and now I am recreating those popsicles as easy-peasy ice cream that you can make at home! Even though summer is quickly coming to an end, the heat doesn’t seem to be going anywhere so you’re going to need some solid no-bake treats to beat the summer heat! Continue Reading