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The Bump and the Great Salt Lake at 32 weeks
Nov 09

A Break

It’s been over a month since I posted and probably over a month since I made more than a frozen lasagna and a grilled cheese. What has happened?!? I used to LOVE to cook a new and different meal almost every night, but now I am just too tired. Last Thursday marked 32 weeks in my pregnancy– 8 months down,… Continue reading

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Jul 20

Big News!

A grand adventure is about to begin… we are expecting! Our baby is due on New Year’s Eve– a Food Ramblings baby is on the way! Thanks to Alexandra Saless Photography for the amazing photo– check her out when you’re in Williamsburg, VA. We loved working with her. She took not only this great photo, but also some others of… Continue reading

Apr 08

Pine Forest Blanket {knitting}

You all know how much I love knitting, but until very recently, I just haven’t been in the mood I’ve justbeen overwhelmed by work and getting stuff together for the new house, and I’ve really missed knitting. So, I grabbed a ball of yarn out of my craft bin and searched Ravelry Look at the pattern I found, and what… Continue reading

Feb 23

In a Cooking Rut? Check out These Cookbooks for Inspiration!

It’s easy to get stuck in a culinary rut when you’re cooking at home! I know it happens to me. However, by flicking through the pages of some of the best cookbooks around, you should find all the inspiration you need to mix things up in the kitchen. Here are four cook books that I have been exploring recently and loving what… Continue reading

Feb 20

Cabled Blanket {Knitting}

Excited to read about another knitting project? This blanket I made for a work colleague at another law school. I always have a knitting project, but normally I do not have a person in mind for that project. Come over to my house, and you’ll find a big plastic storage bin of done knitting projects. But this blanket, I specifically… Continue reading

Jan 28

A Day of Cooking Failures…

We all have them right? Recipes that we completely destroy and have no reason why? I know I have that happen. Last Sunday, I had an entire day of cooking failures. Yes, and entire day! First up was dessert and next was dinner. For dessert I wanted to make fudge– I even had a recipe that said “fool proof.” I… Continue reading

Jan 10

Globular Hat {Knitting}

So time to share another obsession of mine– besides for cooking and baking. It’s knitting! I took a class at the craft center on my college’s campus, and I have been hooked ever since. My favorite site for patterns is Ravelry. It’s a knitting and crocheting community, and I have gotten loads of patterns for the site. I mostly knit… Continue reading

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Dec 24

Happy Holidays!

 Wishing you every happiness this Holiday Season and throughout the coming year! Enjoy our holiday card for 2014! Love, Food Ramblings

Oct 17

DIY Recovering Chair Pads

About two year ago, I was in the search of the perfect china cabinet– used of course. And I found it right around the corner from my house. And for what I was willing to spend on the china cabinet, I was able to also purchase the matching dining table and six chairs. I love having a matching set, and… Continue reading

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Aug 14

Check Out Texas Pete CHA!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of CHA! by Texas Pete. All opinions are 100% mine. So, I’ve jumped on the band wagon. I’m obsessed with sriracha I grew up in Buffalo, so I am not a novice to hot sauce. In fact, my brothers put hot sauce on EVERYTHING…and I mean everything, even mac and… Continue reading