Friday, December 30, 2011

Top Post Of 2011



This has been amazing year! I have learned a lot along the way with the blog and have met so many wonderful people! I am so thankful for all of you! Hopefully in the new year a new camera will be in my future so my pictures can improve but for the year I made use with what I had. These are the top 5 post of the year. All defiantly favorites in our house! I can't wait to start the new year off with lots of yummy recipes and great friends like you!

These where a hit in our house! I hope they where a hit in your house too!


This is always a favorite in our house and a staple for the holidays! It came in second place!
This is the all time favorite dinner in our house! I will defiantly have to take a new picture this year for this post. My kids would eat this nightly if I would make it. A definite must make!
This was the very first post I had posted! I have learned so much!
This is another all time favorite in our house! We love shrimp scampi..All I can say is yum!

I hope everyone has a wonderful New Year filled with lots of blessing and fun! I feel so blessed to have each and everyone of you as friends!
XOXO Serena





Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Kale With Zucchini

This is a staple way we cook leafy greens in our house. Our kids love it and the hubby too. Speaking of hubby he is actually the one who concocted this mix over the summer when we had an abundance of zucchini from the garden. We are trying to eat healthier now the holidays are over and get back in to shape. I have been playing dance party 3 with the kids all week on the wii and let me tell you I feel the effects! Hopefully my post's will be back in the swing of things shortly, it seemed the holidays creeped up on us this year and left our house hold super busy. I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas! I am so thankful for everyone who stops by and reads my blog! You all are so wonderful!

Wednesday, December 07, 2011

Turtle Squares

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This recipe was adapted  from The Black Peppercorn. These were absolutely delish and a new found favorite! I love his pictures so make sure to stop by and check out his blog there are tons of yummy looking recipes to browse through!
 I had decided to make these as a treat for the night we had decorated our Christmas tree. I have always loved turtle candies and was excited when I had seen his post on turtle squares. I can't wait to make these again to pass out to the neighbors on the cookie trays!
Thanks again to Black Peppercorn!

Cinnamon Rock Candy

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Nothing says Merry Christmas like delicious cinnamon rock candy! I learned to make this after my husband and I became married. He has wonderful childhood memories of his Grandmother who would make this for him during the holidays as he grew up! She is such a wonderful woman and will be turning 100 in January! Simply amazing to me. So now I carry on her tradition for my husband and our own children of having the cinnamon rock candy! Make sure to use cinnamon oil, cinnamon flavor will not be strong enough. Cinnamon oil can usually be found at craft stores or specialty stores with the candy making supplies. Enjoy!
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