I have recently discovered that public transportation makes me cry more than anything. Bus rides and flights seem to be the best places for sentimental reflection on the place, stage, or people I am leaving. … My Instagram-worthy summer travels presented this situation to me repeatedly. The opportunity to visit my brother in Honduras and then my cousins and grandparents in Europe provided me with an abundance of bus rides and flights to let it all out. … The beautiful scenery and unique cultural experiences are what I usually talk about when someone asks me about my time abroad. Surfing.
It is that time of year. Back to the grind of lunch-making! I will admit, it is not my favorite thing ever. I have found that organization and packing lunch the night before instead of in the morning helps it to be less stressful! Having the right accessories to get it packed certainly helps as well. I am sharing some of my favorite products to help you get a nutritious lunch packed for you and your child. … These bento boxes with the frozen insert are perfect for kid lunches since they stay cold for hours. I use these for my son, and they have held up so well.
INGREDIENTS … Wings … 1/2 cup of pecans … 2 cups of flour … 3 Tbsp of dried Italian seasoning … Season salt to taste … DIRECTIONS … 1. Place wings in a bowl and season with seasoning salt. Add 2 tbsp of flour and toss to lightly coat the chicken. 2. Chop pecans in a food chopper or food processor fine. 3. Mix pecans, remaining flour, and Italian seasoning together. 4. Coat wings with flour mixture and place on a plate.
With three very busy kids, we often rely on crock pot meals. School is starting this week, and I am pulling out my go-to recipes to make our lives a little easier. After a long day of school and multiple practices, it is nice to come home to a dinner that is ready to serve. This is one of our favorites. Even my pickiest eater enjoys this meal.