I’m going to do something slightly unconventional with this post, but since there are no hard and fast rules to blogging, it’s cool, right?
On a scale of chicken nuggets to sushi, how adventurous are your kids when it comes to ethnic food? (Or you, for that matter? haha.)
I’m so happy to have this soup up front again! I posted a Zuppa Toscana recipe ages ago, and as I’ve been updating some of my old recipes and photos, I’ve had that one on my to-do list. (Psst… I added slow cooker and stovetop adaptations, too!) The problem with making Zuppa Toscana is that …
When November hits I get simultaneous feelings of elation in anticipation for the holiday season and feelings of impending doom. Doom, as in “why didn’t I get all of my Christmas shopping, projects, family pics, holiday blog posts, and my house deep cleaned in July?!”
Perry’s Plate turns eight years old today! That’s how old my first born is. She was almost the same age as this little guy when I started blogging. . .
So, the most awesome thing happened.
Yes, another use for sauerkraut! A hot German potato salad dressed in a bacon-y vinaigrette with some sauerkraut tossed in. Have you ever made Homemade Sauerkraut? It’s easier than you think. And if you ever have way more than you need — make some of this German potato salad. It’s SUPER good. You can totally …