Roasted Garlic Cucumber Dill Hummus

You know how much I love Greek food…or anything resembling Greek food…and dips…and cleaning out my fridge or pantry or random items to create aforementioned Greek food or dip.  When I buy premade hummus I always go for Tribe brand as it seems to be the least processed and most authentic tasting.  But after making… [Continue Reading]

Roasted Garlic Cucumber Dill Hummus from Victoria's Bites of Life

Coupon Organization Binder Supply List

Back when I was teaching elementary school, I became obsessed highly interested in using binders for organization.  A binder with dividers was the main organizational tool I required my students to utilize, and all of my teaching materials for each subject were organized in color coded binders as well.  I received emails from parents of children who… [Continue Reading]

Coupon Organization Binder Supply List

DIY Bachelorette Survival Kit Gift

One of my closest friend’s bridal shower and bachelorette weekend in New York City was early on in my first trimester.  Her shower was beautiful and featured a spread of my favorite foods – brunch!  But with unpredictable morning, noon and night sickness I just knew I would be no fun after 8pm.  I was… [Continue Reading]

Bachelorette Survival Kit from Victoria's Bites of Life

Herb & Cheese Crusted Baked Potato Wedges

Recently, Big Y grocery store had 5 pound bags of russet potatoes on sale but 1 get 2 free.  Now granted, I love potatoes – baked, mashed, stuffed, scalloped, home fries, pancakes – but let’s be serious.  Who is going to eat 15 pounds of potatoes before they go bad?  And then, I found this… [Continue Reading]

Herb & Cheese Crusted Baked Potato Wedges

Friday Fan-girl {St. Patrick’s Day Addition}

Like most festive Americans, I tap into my 1/16th Irish for St. Paddy’s Day!  Of course there is no green beer for me this year, but that does not mean I can’t live vicariously through all the scrumptious photos of boozy cupcakes and all things Baileys around “the internets.”  When I think of St. Patrick’s… [Continue Reading]

photo via Garden Picture on Tumblr {click for link back to source}

Spicy Sausage, Kale, and Orcchiette Soup from How Sweet It Is

Jessica from How Sweet It Is is truly one of my favorite bloggers.  I’m obsessed with the lighting in her food photos, pictures of her new baby son on Instagram make me insanely excited for our little guy to arrive, her satirical writing style is something I connect with, and she un-apologetically loves food as… [Continue Reading]

Spicy Sausage, Kale & Orchiette Soup from How Sweet It Is

Friday Fan-girl

I have noticed so many of my favorite bloggers share their favorite links from around the web on Fridays and I wanted to join in on the fun!  For example, I love Jessica’s blog How Sweet it Is and her Friday “Currently Crushing On” as well as Lauren Conrad’s “Friday Favorites.” I frequently share favorite… [Continue Reading]

photo via Classy in the City Blog {click for original link}

Chocolate Chip Scones

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Chocolate Chip Scones from Victoria's Bites of Life

Sweet Potato Chili Caliente

  In anticipation of celebrating October’s National Chili Month, I recently posted my recipe for Fiesta Lime Chili last month.  I really consider all of fall a celebration of warm, comforting soups and stews, and as expected, I have an entire board on Pinterest devoted to my favorites.  When I look at the weekend weather forecast… [Continue Reading]

Butternut Squash Chili Caliente from Victoria's Bites of Life

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It is no secret that macaroni and cheese is my all time favorite food.  If I had to eat one meal every day for the rest of my life, it would be macaroni and cheese.  In fact, I have an entire board on Pinterest (see it here) of JUST macaroni and cheese recipes.  Currently 145… [Continue Reading]

Butternut Squash Macaroni & Cheese from Victoria's Bites of Life

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You know how much I love Greek food…or anything resembling Greek food…and dips…and cleaning out my fridge or pantry or random items to create aforementioned Greek food or dip.  When I buy premade hummus I always go for Tribe brand as it seems to be the least processed and most authentic tasting.  But after making [Read On]

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Coupon Organization Binder Supply List

Back when I was teaching elementary school, I became obsessed highly interested in using binders for organization.  A binder with dividers was the main organizational tool I required my students to utilize, and all of my teaching materials for each subject were organized in color coded binders as well.  I received emails from parents of children who [Read On]

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Herb & Cheese Crusted Baked Potato Wedges

Herb & Cheese Crusted Baked Potato Wedges

Recently, Big Y grocery store had 5 pound bags of russet potatoes on sale but 1 get 2 free.  Now granted, I love potatoes – baked, mashed, stuffed, scalloped, home fries, pancakes – but let’s be serious.  Who is going to eat 15 pounds of potatoes before they go bad?  And then, I found this [Read On]

photo via Garden Picture on Tumblr {click for link back to source}

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