These little bundles of happiness simply melt in your mouth.
This Minestrone is not your typical minestrone – in that it has been muscled up for my carnivore menfolk.
Yesterday, I shared this photo on Instagram and Twitter, and was blown away by all the feedback I received about it! My favorite being this one: “Yum is right! Brings memories of home and love and comfort and security”
Today we had a fantastic day. The weather held around 0 degrees, and we headed southeast about an hour to Birch Lake. I have to say, I don’t know that I would make a good Ice Road Trucker – it’s a little unnerving driving on a frozen lake…though it was beautiful!
This stew is the perfect dish to keep your tummy warm and filled on a cold Alaskan (or anywhere) winter evening.
I’m going to share with you a simple recipe that I made for the first night on our fishing trip to beautiful Valdez, Alaska. Can you imagine fishing with this kind of a view?
I'm Conni Smith - a "seasoned" Army Wife, Shutterbug, Occasional Caterer, Homeschool Mom, Artist and more. Currently hailing from The Last Frontier - Alaska | but soon heading to the land of Grits & Sweet Tea - Alabama!
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The other day, the kiddos and I went for a hike at the Angel Rocks Trail, about an hour from Fairbanks. On the way there, we saw some moose.
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