Part three of my series on visiting Montreal might be my favorite! We spent the morning exploring the Montreal canal area. It’s close enough to downtown to walk, but far enough to lose most of the city feel.
Did you know that Montreal is 375 years old this year? There’s been all sorts of celebrations and events in honor of the anniversary. My friends met up there for a long-overdue girls’ trip to check out the city! First stop? Old Port!
Today I’m sharing an easy party dish, perfect for a potluck, cook out, or tailgate! Mexican seven layer dip is a universal favorite, plus it’s easy to make and actually tastes better if you make it the day before. Don’t forget the chips!
Charlottesville, Virginia is an incredible town. It boasts amazing food and a first-class university while still maintaining a small town feel. For a girl transplanted to a rural area, I’m going to be honest: I got really excited to be somewhere with an Trader Joe’s. That being said, one of the things I most love… Read More Top things to do outside Charlottesville
Doesn’t everyone have dishes that you associate with home? These sweet and sour scallops hold that power for me. This was one of those meals we ate for special occasions. If it was my birthday or a graduation or mother’s day, sweet & sour scallops probably made the menu. And one of the best parts… Read More Grilled Sweet and Sour Scallops
August has arrived in all it’s sweatiness. I’m seriously unsure how people lived in Oklahoma before air conditioning. Confession: going back to the south this month, I was caught off guard by the southern humidity. But then I came back to Oklahoma and I’m sweating at 7 a.m., so who’s to say which is worse.
Earlier this month I spent ten days in Charlottesville, Virginia! My husband had a work trip and I had already made plans to be on the east coast, so of course I had to join him. One of the best things about the city is its food: Charlottesville restaurants are amazing! The sheer variety for… Read More Charlottesville restaurants