This website may contain affiliate links and advertising so that we can provide recipes to you. Read my privacy policy.

These Instant Pot mashed potatoes are an easy side dish for any holiday or weeknight dinner! They are creamy and flavorful and come together in just 15 minutes.

Potatoes are the bread and butter of any hearty meal. I love them in every form! A few more quick and recipes you need to add to the dinner lineup are these garlic butter hasselback potatoes, duchess potatoes, and classic scalloped potatoes!

Mashed potatoes in an Instant Pot, seasoned with herbs.

Mashed Potatoes in the Instant Pot

Making mashed potatoes can sometimes be a bit of a hassle. First peeling potatoes, then chopping, boiling, draining, mashing and seasoning. (You’ll have to try my dad’s famous mashed potatoes if you have the extra time.) If you want to cut down on prep time but don’t want to compromise on flavor, these Instant

Read More

Whether you’re preparing for game day, a brunch party, or just an easy weeknight dinner for the whole family, these oven baked French dip sliders are sure to be a hit.

Beef on small buns with cheese and au jus.

The sweetness of the rolls combined with the savory goodness of French dip roast beef and the tang of onions and cheese is a real party pleaser. We also love this Roast Beef Crostini and simple charcuterie board for easy appetizers.

These oven baked French dip sliders are bursting with umami flavor and is a combination that is familiar and comforting.

Even better, you don’t have to spend your day making the perfect beef roast for this. Believe it or not, it uses deli roast beef, already cooked and sliced and ready to go! It’s an easy recipe for a delicious French dip sandwich.

Jump to:

🖤 Why We Love this Recipe

When you have a hungry group

Read More

After purchasing travel insurance for six years, we’re sharing details about our preferred travel insurance company – Heymondo. Read on to discover what our Heymondo travel insurance policy covers and get a 5% discount for your new policy.

Graz Selfie

We never travel without travel insurance. It’s that important!

While we’ve never had to file a claim, we’ve met numerous travelers who weren’t so lucky. Some had motorbike injuries and others caught dengue fever. More recently, we’ve heard stories about people catching COVID while traveling in a foreign country. The unfortunate ones without travel insurance incurred unexpected expenses in addition to their pain and suffering.

We don’t want to be those people!

Naples Selfie 2017
We like to be prepared when we travel. Our preparations include packing rain gear and buying travel insurance.

Buying travel insurance gives us the freedom to travel without worrying about getting sick or injured during a trip. However, until recently,

Read More

Are you thinking of starting a food truck? We’ve put together a list of steps to go through before you spend a large amount of money on equipment, marketing, and other projects. 

Unless you have a substantial amount of experience in the food truck industry, we suggest that you get all the things below in order. In the long run, it will set you up for success and reduce the risk of starting a new business.

1. Come Up With a Game Plan

One of the first things you’ll want to do is make sure you’re putting in the amount of research necessary in order to start your food truck business on the right foot. Spend time researching the food truck industry in your area. You’re going to want to understand what the current market is like. Are laws becoming more food truck friendly? Is the market oversaturated? Is there

Read More

Chicken RecipesI love consuming hen prepared any which way – boiled, grilled, broiled, baked, you identify it. With many chicken recipes out there I discover baked mustard chicken scrumptious and simple to make. I like to preserve boneless, skinless hen breast in my freezer. It comes in very helpful so usually and it does not take long to semi”-thaw out in the microwave, simply don’t overdo it! I discover it easier to slice the rooster into strips when it is semi-thawed. Spray your skillet with sufficient no fats cooking spray to simply coat the underside of it. Heat the skillet and add the rooster strips. Cook dinner until juice is no longer pink, add salt and pepper. Drain off any remaining oil or water. Put aside to let in cool as you’re going to pull it apart or ‘shred’ it.

That is the proper use for chicken leftovers. Pair them with …

Read More