Mojo Pork Tenderloin Recipe

Pork tenderloin is one of those great little supermarket gems.  Usually inexpensive, I find myself picking them up on a regular basis.  The thing is, pork can be a little bland.  Or, I always make it the same way, and they gets boring.  So the other day I decided to hit up my spice cabinet and kick things up a notch!  That is how this Mojo Pork Tenderloin was born!  


Warm and spicy, this Mojo Pork Tenderloin is the perfect compliment to any weeknight Cuban feast!  I know you're going to love it, and I can't wait to share it with you!

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Crockpot French Dip Sandwich Recipe

Every year my husband and I get a 1/4 beef from a Foggy Dale Farms, a local farm to us.  Aside from all the delicious steaks and what not, we get several roasts as well.  I have to admit that I often fall into the Crock Pot Roast rut.  Though delicious, it can get a little boring.  I was sharing this with a friend the other day, and she shared with me how she makes these lovely Crock Pot French Dip Sandwiches.


I gave it a try and OH MY STARS Y'ALL!  This recipe is out of this world!!!  Rich, robust, everything you want a great French dip sandwich to be.  And the best part, you can make it in your crock pot!  I can't wait to share this recipe with you, so...

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Triple Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookie Recipe

It's been a minute since I've posted something sweet on this site, so I thought we were due.  I don't know if I've talked about this before or not, but my Mother-in-Love has the BIGGEST sweet tooth I have ever seen.  She could LIVE on cookies if I would let her.  This love for all things sweet has been passed down to Studhubs.  Needless to say no dessert is safe in this house, especially these Triple Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies

The finished triple chocolate macadamia nut cookies on a plate, with milk in the background, and the title above them.

 Yes, I said TRIPLE Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies!  They are absolutely out of this world, and you will not believe how easy they are to make.  So....

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Crockpot Cabbage Roll Recipe

Okay, I feel as though I may be a little crock pot crazy these days.  *lol*  For years I was hesitant to give into the dark side of slow cookery, but I've since taken the full in plunge and I love it!  I've been trying all sorts of new things, one of which are these delectable Crock Pot Stuffed Cabbage Rolls.  


And while these Crock Pot Cabbage Rolls are not a dump and go recipe, they are perfect for a fun weekend meal, when you don't want to be trapped in the kitchen all day.  I know you're going to love this one so...

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Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage Recipe

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This has truly been one of the most fun food months I have had in a while.  As I have mentioned previously, I'm following Paper & Glam's seasonal living list for March.  I have had a ball with it, and I will be sharing a little more of what I've been doing in a later post, but for today I wanted to tell you about the Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage I made. 

The finished crock pot corned beef and cabbage with the title above it.

To my knowledge I had never tried corned beef.  And even though I may come off as a fearless foodie, sometimes I'm a little skittish to try new things.  But, in the spirit of seasonal living, I dove right into the challenge.  I'm so happy I did because this Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage was delicious, not at all like I was expecting, and I can't wait to share the recipe with you.

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Crockpot Irish Beef Stew Recipe

If you read my post on Ginger Sesame Grilled Chicken Salad, you'll know that I've really been into seasonal living.  I've been trying to slow down, and enjoy all the little reason to celebrate life every day.  So for the first part of March, I decided to make one Irish meal a week leading up to St. Patrick's Day.  Last week I made this exquisite Crock Pot Irish Beef Stew Recipe.   

A bowl of the finished Crock Pot Irish Beef Stew with the title above it.

It's rich, flavorful, hearty, everything a beef stew should be.  And the broth...OH.EM.GEE!  I know you're going to gobble this recipe up, so...

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How to Throw an Asian Style Ladies Tea Party




March 8th is National Woman's Day, and I can't think of a better way to celebrate the amazing women in my life than by throwing a tea party!  


However, when you think tea party it can seem a little daunting.  Immediately my mind goes to constricting outfits, lavish table settings, and fussy food, but it doesn't have to be that way.  Sometimes you have to just think outside of the box.  That is exactly what I did and I can't wait to share it with you!

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Ginger Sesame Grilled Chicken Green Salad

Recently I stumbled across this YouTuber named LisaMarie Landreth. Her channel is called Paper & Glam, and while my primary focus in watching it was because of her planning videos, I found myself intrigued by the concept of seasonal living that she frequently talked about.  Then I discovered that she has a planner sticker shop, and it was there that I found this really fun list of 18 things to celebrate every month!  Here is the link for March's FREE PRINTABLE , and on it you will see that one of the ways to celebrate March is by trying a new green salad!  So in the spirit of seasonal living I present to you my Ginger Sesame Grilled Chicken Green Salad!

A bowl of the finished ginger sesame grilled chicken green salad with the title above it.

I love this salad because it doesn't use your usual greens, and the marinade (which is AMAZING), also serves as the dressing!  I could eat an ENTIRE bowl of this in one setting, and I can't wait to show you how I made it so...

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Easy Vegetable Chili Recipe with Homemade Bread Bowls

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 February seemed to be one of the craziest months I have had in a while.  Every time I turned around there were more obligations than time, and the next thing I knew it was the end of the month and the grocery budget was empty.  However, we still needed to eat!   No worries, with a well stocked pantry and a little creativity,  #YesYouCan make a great meal in no time!  Take my Easy Vegetable Chili w/ Homemade Bread Bowls.
The finished chili, in the bread bowl, with the title above it.

It is packed full of nutrition and flavor, and couldn't be easier to make!

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