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April 2015

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Easy Guinness Chocolate Cake with Super Rich Chocolate Icing

April 27, 2015

Well it looks like I’m doing a series on these cakes. I am just so obsessed with them. Not just because of how incredibly easy they are to make, but because of how moist and unbelievably delicious they are. It’s really surprising. I was in the grocery store today and realized that I have all this Guinness at home and thought that might be nice to mix with a chocolate cake. Plus it’s Friday. Why not have dessert? Continue Reading…


Easy Cream Soda Cake with Salted Caramel Sauce

April 20, 2015

We had an old friend come to dinner this weekend and I had been running around with my kids all week during their spring break. (Dear old friend, if you’re reading this, I’m not saying you’re old, I’m just saying we’ve known you a long time. Ha! Especially since we are all the same age.) During this school-free week, I had a special day with each of my children. I try to fit in special time for each but in a regular school week, it’s tough. Continue Reading…


Easy Crockpot Roast Beef Poboys with Debris

April 8, 2015

There is nothing that a good poboy can’t solve. My two go-to poboys are shrimp and roast beef with some really good debris. What’s debris you ask? Just what the word implies, lots of little, tiny pieces of roast beef mixed with a rich juice. This kind of poboy is one of the messiest poboys you will ever eat. It’s so messy but so yummy! All the debris and juice are just dripping out of your sandwich, Continue Reading…


Tutorial On How To Make A Decomesh Wreath

April 4, 2015

My sister convinced me to make an Easter wreath with her. Actually, after taking down my Mardi Gras wreath (3-4 weeks late) my house was looking kind of bare. Also, I had some people ask questions about my Christmas wreath post, so I thought now would be a good time to clarify some of those questions using videos. Sometimes it’s hard to really show what needs to happen in pictures.  This happens to be an Easter wreath but you could make on for any holiday or season. You could make a 4th of July wreath or a summer one with cut flip flops on it or a pail and shovel. Your imagination is the only limit! Continue Reading…