Homemade Irish Cream

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I came across a recipe for Homemade Irish Cream that presented me with a perfect excuse to imbibe over the holiday weekend while simultaneously knocking off one of my my foodie resolutions while doing so. Pretty cool. ūüėČ

I guess Irish Cream is considered a cordial… or a liqueur. Serious Eats suggests that the terms are interchangeable, with cordial appearing more often on dessert-like products: liqueurs flavored with coffee, cream, chocolate, etc.

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#ThrowbackThursday: Homemade Mustard from Foodie Resolutions for 2015

In 2015, I set out to complete a list of foodie resolutions over the course of the year. The inspiration for the challenge came from an MSN Food & Drink article featuring 51 new things that foodies should try. Foodie Resolutions have since become a tradition for me to blog about, with goals set at the beginning of each year and progress updates along the way. 

In honor of Oktoberfest, here is a recap of my progress and experience completing one of my 2015 goals: to make homemade mustard. Updated September 2016. 

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Pantry Raid: Spinach-Tomato Alfredo with Rotini

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I came home hungry from work one day and was too lazy to make something from scratch. It happens, right? Rather than resulting to take-out, I peeked around in my pantry and freezer for pasta, a jarred sauce, cheese, and some veggies to make this tasty Alfredo pasta dish in about a half-hour or less.

Here’s how I make it.¬†To make things easy, it starts with a good, jarred pasta sauce.

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On Pinterest: “BYOL” (Bring Your Own Lunch)

We’ve all carried a lunch box at least once in our lifetime. Maybe for some of us, though, the last time we likely got into the routine of bringing a lunch from home dated back to grade school.

Taking lunch to work for me has been hit-or-miss. Sometimes I remember, and other times my lunch ends up forgotten in the fridge or on the kitchen counter as I’m rushing out the door. Some of these ideas, though, just may inspire me to plan ahead to bring lunch more often.

See ideas for easy lunches to make, pack, and take to work curated from Pinterest.

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The 3 Must-Have Kitchen Tools for Meal Prepping

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Earlier this week, I offered tips for how to make the process of meal prepping more enjoyable.¬†My meal prep wouldn‚Äôt be successful if not for a few key supplies that are versatile and inexpensive enough to be in everyone’s kitchen.

For a small investment in just three tools, you’ll be able to neatly weigh, pack, and organize your food for stress-free eating when your schedule gets busy. Here’s what they are.

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