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I absolutely love simple recipes.
I really, REALLY love simple COMFORT recipes.
One of my favorites is rice pudding. It's so simple, creamy and delicious. It's one that everybody has essentially the same recipe but yet each is so different.
Maybe you bake it. Maybe you make it on the stove. Maybe you use cinnamon, raisins or like me, top with bananas.
We all have a beauty story.
Some of us have women in our lives who inspired us. Maybe mom's morning makeup routine, big sister's hairstyles or an aunt's nightly beauty masks.
For me, I was surrounded by women who I wanted to be like.
They weren't supermodels. They didn't have much money. They worked hard and worked with their hands.
My mother was low maintenance. She wore moisturizer, a light foundation, blush and she always picked the perfect lipstick that really brought out her beauty.
My grandmother who volunteered at the senior center and she was always so polished. She wore her skin cream, a little rouge, lipstick and pretty earrings.
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Do you ever find yourself connected more to technology than to your family?
I am guilty of it. I love blogging but there are times where I spend so much time online- social media, writing posts, and networking. It takes a lot of time. I have a full time job and juggling it all while being a single mom requires multi-tasking but I am guilty of being just too connected.
I know I am definitely not alone in this, right?
I have an obsession. It's food related. (Obvs.)
I am loving one pot pasta meals more and more. I have been trying mix and match recipe ideas. No sauce. Homemade sauce. Ragú® Sauce. Fresh veggies. Frozen veggies. Canned veggies. Meat. No meat. Penne. Spaghetti. Okay, okay. You get the picture.
I'm a sucker for creamy alfredo sauce. Creamy, cheesy, garlicky and so sinful.
Totally worth every sinful bite. Right?
I like Ragú®'s classic alfredo has a delicious taste your whole family will love. Ragú® is always a good standby to have on hand at the ready!
I used Ragú® Classic Alfredo Sauce to make this super easy dish. It's wham, bam, thank you ma'am quick and easy and PERFECT for busy weeknight meals. Easy way to make a SAUCESOME night!
This recipe is ridiculously easy.
One-Pot Spinach Tomato Chicken Alfredo Pasta
1 lbs of chicken, diced. (salt & pepper to taste)
1 bag of frozen spinach, thawed and drained (I used 10 ounce bag)
1 can of fire roasted diced tomatoes (I used 14.5 ounce)
1 jar of alfredo sauce (I used Ragú® Classic Alfredo Sauce)
1 package of penne pasta, 1 lb package. You can use any of your favorite pasta.
2 cups of water.
Parmesan reggiano cheese, option.
1. Oil a pot (I use this chili pot) over medium heat
2. Add chicken (Salt & Pepper to taste)
3. Cook until browned.
4. Add spinach and tomatoes.
5. Add pasta.
6. Add alfredo sauce.
7. Add water.
8. Bring to boil, lower heat and cover.
9. Cook approximately 15 minutes (until pasta is cooked and sauce is absorbed)
10. Serve with cheese.
What are your favorite sauce dishes?
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I am a sucker for anything made on the grill. There's just something that happens when meat has been cooked over the fire until it's beautifully carmelized. The smokey flavors just make my mouth sing with pleasure.
There's also nothing better than running to Walmart, grabbing some Farmland St Louis style pork spareribs, letting them marinate all night in a sweet and spicy jerk marinade and then letting them cook over the grill.
*wipes drool off chin*
Whew. Y'all, I can't even begin to describe how goods these ribs are. If you like sweet and tangy flavors, you will loooooooove these. The flavor is out of this world.
I have been addicted to jerk chicken for awhile. There's a local restaurant here called Chino Bandido that was featured on Diners, Drive Ins and Dives. It's an interesting spot with crazy, fusion concoctions. One of my favorite things to get there is their jerk chicken. I figured jerk ribs on the grill would be a fun and delicious Mothers Day meal.