Baked Lemon & Dill Trout

If you know me really well, you’ll have already furrowed your brow, squinted at the screen and said “What in the…?” because those who know me well, know that I don’t like seafood. None of it. Zero. I’ve tried it all, many times. I just don’t have a taste for it. It’s really too bad, seeing as we live in the Pacific Northwest and fresh salmon, halibut, trout, to name a few are at your fingertips at every store and market.

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Hearts a Plenty

Ahhh Valentine’s Day. I can’t say I’m a big fan or make too much out of it. It’s so commercial. However, I will celebrate any occasion that allows me to eat dinner out, or eat something made into the shape of a heart, that is made out of chocolate, or some type of candy. Yeah, I suppose I’m a sucker for the caloric side of a day like today.

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Chicken, Broccoli & Cheese, Rice Casserole

Over the weekend Rob and Judah were up at Scarlett Homestead doing some random little projects and I wanted to make something warm and comforting for when they got home for supper. It was a cold snowy day! I had chicken and broccoli and so I decided to make a casserole with what I had. I searched online for some easy chicken broccoli casserole recipes and found 2,542,657,234.25 recipes to choose from. I’ve made a million casseroles, but oddly enough I’ve never made a basic chicken and broccoli, so I wanted to follow something to get it right.

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A 40 Acre Snowglobe

Earlier this week, we got our first snowfall out here in the Pacific Northwest. Every area got different amounts, but here in Arlington, we got 9 inches over about a day and a half. This is sort of rare for our area. We do get a little snow every year around this time but not nearly as much as we did this time. I was as excited as our three year old!

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Scarlett Homestead White Sandwich Bread

I have finally done it. After months of teaching myself how to make good bread, and kneading dough until I understand how it should feel to know whether or not it’s done (not so long ago I couldn’t knead dough and have it turn out properly so I swore off of it completely. Luckily that didn’t last), I have finally cracked the code on my arch nemesis – white sandwich bread.

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