Grilling, Recipes, Side Dish

Grilled Zucchini

So I think I’m slightly addicted to my grill. Ever since I started a new weight loss program Noom, if you sign up through my link you get 20% off, I have been grilling more veggies. I use the Weber Grill Basket, as you can see, it gets a lot of use. These are great as a side for anything,…

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What’s New on Netflix – August 2020

Here’s what’s coming on Netflix for August 2020. I am excited to see The Neverending Story. Always hard to watch. The Neverending Story 2 is also on there as well. I haven’t watched either in a while. I’ve also been wanting to watch A Knights Tale again, good thing I didn’t just buy it. I do own it, but it’s…

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What’s New On Hulu – August 2020

Since I’ve been watching more stuff on Hulu then Netflix lately, I figured I’d add Hulu in the mix. I have been binge-watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I do enjoy the 90s shows. I am a little excited about City Slickers coming though. August 1 Monchhichi: Complete Season 1B (Cartoon Network)The Pier (El Embarcadero): Complete Seasons 1 & 2 (BetaFilm)UniKitty:…

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Frugal, Kids, Printables, Travel

Free Road Trip Printables

A few years back, well more than just a few, I made a post about Kids Travel Games. Even a post from 2012 still gets a ton of views. So I figured making a new round up of printable ideas. Since there’s really not to much to do right now, just to get out of the house, here’s some more…

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Chocolate Chip Banana Bars

Ever just forget to eat the bananas you bought? Yeah I have, many times. Sometimes I’ll freeze them to use them later, I really don’t bake in the summer. I had made these a few months ago when it was still cool out. It does require five ripe bananas. These were amazing. I honestly don’t think I would cook and…

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Day Trips in New York State

Since this whole Covid-19 crap started it has really put a strain on trips. So I’ve been trying to come up with some fun things to do, it’s a challenge when your child is 17. So here’s a list that even he would enjoy. Art Omi We just went to Art Omi this passed weekend. It was fun, it was…

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What’s New On Netflix – July 2020

I finally checked out what is coming to Netflix this month. I’ve been a bit of a slacker. I’m not sure what to think about the new Babysitters Club, I grew up with it. If you’ve already watched it or planning to watch, comment below. Available July 1 #AnneFrank: Parallel StoriesA Bridge Too FarA Thousand WordsA Touch of Green: Season…

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Books, Kindle, Netflix, New Series

Netflix: Locke & Key

Locke & Key has been sitting in my Netflix queue for the longest time. I kept saying, I’ll get to it. Well with nothing else better to do, I finally watched it over the weekend. When I say, watched, I mean yes I binged the entire first season. Yes, there’s only 10 episodes but still. They were amazing. There is…

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Dessert, Recipes

Hershey's "Perfectly Chocolate" Chocolate Cake

I absolutely love this chocolate cake recipe. I have been making this for the past 6 years for my mothers birthday. It’s super moist, but always goes good with a tall glass of milk. I usually do the bunt, because my cakes usually come out ugly as sin. This is an easy recipe. I do have to say, it tastes…

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Recipes, Smoothies

Rootbeer Float Protein Shake

So being in quarantine for two weeks, I started getting a little creative. I’ve been going through Pinterest to kill some time. I kept seeing protein shakes. The only Rootbeer float one called for premier protein shakes, which I do not have, but I do have Lite protein powder. So figured to experiment a little. Hopefully we won’t all be…

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Main Dish, Recipes

Easy Pork Dumplings

Since being stuck home, I have put my cooking skills to work. I also made my 16 year old son help out as well. He’s doing culinary in school, so I need to make him to a little work. These came out amazing. Definitely a keeper, so I figured I would share the two recipes I used. First, making the…

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