Price is a relative term

“Oh that’s too expensive”

“Ooohhhh thst is pricey”

“I really like that….let me know when you have a sale”

“I am cheap I dont spend that kind of money on myself”

“I am a mom I never splurge”

If I hear any one of those one more time I may just scream out loud. Seriously I hear you!!!

Ruby Ribbon is by far the BEST brand of shapewear, bra replacements, swimwear, leggings, activewear, and career wear you are going to find… period.

Let me ask you a question… how much do you spend on bras? What about bathing suits, how much do you spend on leggings or career wear?

I would be willing to bet you spend more than you think you do!!! You would actually probably save money if you just bought Ruby Ribbon😁

For under 100.00 I can replace your bra, take up to 1 inch off your waist, smooth your back and side rolls, to be your tummy, and lift and separate your girls!!! I am pretty sure your Victoria’s secret can’t do all of that😂

You spend your money on what you want to spend it on… period. If you want a new car, new furniture, new decor from ikea, new bras and panties from Victoria’s secret guess what you dont have any issue pulling that credit card and swiping it you want it you buy it. Something new that well you may want and may like but you just dont want it bad enough you will say oh it is too expensive, I dont buy myself anything that pricey… well suit yourself it is your loss you aren’t experiencing freedom from your bra, you will continue to struggle to get into last seasons wardrobe and you will continue to wish you were thinner. while Ruby Ribbon Stylists and their very happy customers are living their best bra free life and loving every second of it❤

Think about this…

I began my career with Rubu Ribbon 5 years ago I still have my very first cami, my first pair of leggings and i still wear them(pretty sure your target leggings aren’t holding up for 5 years, and that Victoria’s secret bra yea it probably does good to last a season)

Buying Ruby Ribbon is not making a purchase it is making an investment

After awhile I wont ask you any more, I wont even offer my opportunity to you, believe me you want these opportunities offered to you(life-changing)

Have a good day… I dont want to hear it when your cheap underwire breaks and stabs you in the chest😂😖😫🤔😁

Do yourself a big favor and give Ruby Ribbon a try now!!!

Hugs

The Village Inn

So there used to be this little restaurant at the base of town that was in my hometown during my young childhood years they served the BEST pizza breads and milkshakes ever!!! I have memories of my mom and me going to Village Inn drive through to get pizza breads and milkshakes

anyway when Village Inn closed down I have not been able to find another pizza bread quite like that one.

This is my attempt at making one and let me tell you I got pretty close but not quite there so I will continue working on my pizza sauce recipe(I will not be sharing that just yet) and see if we can get it closer!

So the other evening I made Philly Cheesesteak sandwiches and realized I had more bread left over so I decided to give pizza breads a whirl and here is what I came up with

Ingredients:

  • Hoagie rolls
  • butter
  • 1 clove minced garlic
  • fresh mozzarella
  • parmesan cheese
  • pizza sauce(I made mine from scratch and one day I will share that recipe too but for now just use your favorite sauce)
  • Pepperoni(I used mini)
  • Turkey sausage (although you can use pork, but honestly I couldn’t tell a difference, believe me I would tell you if I could)

Directions:

  •  preheat toaster oven
  • melt 4 tablespoons of butter(you can also use spray butter)
  • add minced garlic(if you use spray butter use garlic powder)
  • brush hoagie rolls
  • toast until golden brown
  • take out of oven
  • put 1 tablespoon of sauce on one side of hoagie and repeat on the other side(covering the bread more or less depending on your desired amount of sauce)
  • cut slices of fresh mozzarella and scatter on top of the sauce(this will not cover the bread or the sauce and that is okay
  • sprinkle sausage and peperoni(any other toppings you want)
  • place directly on the rack and bake until cheese is melted and gooey
  • remove and place pizza bread together
  • let rest for 1 minute
  • slice pizza bread in half
  • enjoy

if you are going to be trying this recipe please let us know below

 

Philly Cheesesteaks at home

Now I like to go out to a restaurant as much as the next person but let me just say after a long day at work there is nothing better than walking through your door knowing that you can get comfy and fix your own homemade dinner and be in for the evening(maybe I am getting old….LOL) Nah I like to go to but I love to be home!!!

So who doesn’t love a juicy Philly cheesesteak sandwich??? As I type this my mouth is watering thinking about it!

Ingredients:

  • steak umms
  • 1/2 medium onion finely chopped
  • 1 green pepper finely chopped
  • Salt  to taste
  • Pepper to taste
  • 1 clove Garlic minced
  • Seasoning salt
  • Hoagie rolls
  •  4 tablespoons Butter(for the bread)
  • 1 clove Garlic minced(for the bread)
  • Provolone cheese
  • Condiments of your liking: lettuce, tomato, mayo, mustard, banana peppers…

Directions:

  • Heat skillet over medium heat and add onions, garlic and pepper
  • Stir veggies up until cooked through and tender
  • Add steak on top(fixing two sandwiches I placed two steaks in the skillet) on top of the veggies
  • Salt, pepper to taste on the steak(I did both sides)
  • Turn so not to burn
  • Begin crumbling up the steak as it is cooking and stir
  • You will want it a little brown(this makes the steak crispy but not all of it should be crispy, unless that is how you like it)
  • Cook through
  • As your meat is cooking heat up your toaster oven
  • Melt 4 tablespoons of butter in microwave until butter is liquid(you can also use spray butter)
  • Add 1 clove of minced garlic to the hot butter
  • Brush hot butter on to each hoagie half
  • {lace the open hoagie in the toaster oven and toast until golden brown
  • Remove from oven
  • The meat should be cooked through now
  • Place 2 slices of provolone cheese on one half of the hoagie and a heaping spoonful of the meat on top(covering the bread/cheese)
  • Add any condiments that you may want: mayo, lettuce, tomato, peppers, mustard
  • Shut the sandwich and let rest for just a minute
  • Slice the sandwich in half and enjoy with potato chips, fries or a salad

I hope you enjoy this recipe let us know below if you decide to try it!

 

Chicken tortilla soup

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So a restaurant recently closed in town and my favorite dish there was their chicken tortilla soup, other restaurants claimed to have GREAT chicken tortilla soup but nothing compared to Max and Erma’s I was so sad when they announced their closing.

My mom decided to give this soup a try and found a recipe by one of our favorite chefs… The Pioneer woman

Let me just say that this soup is WAY better than Max and Erma’s and that is saying a lot because I felt like Max and Erma’s was the BEST Chicken Tortilla soup ever!!!

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Go here to get The Pioneer Woman’s recipe as this is the one we used. Typically when I find a recipe I tweak it to make it my own and I will always share my recipes here and let you know that I tweaked it… This recipe was followed to a T by my mommy. It is the BEST chicken tortilla soup and serves 8 so great for Family dinner night! Or you could make it for a church potluck!!!

Will you be trying this recipe…. Let us know below we would love to hear how you liked it!

Have a fantastic day!

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By the way did you notice that we also use Pioneer Woman dishes that you can find at your local Walmart… we love the high quality of these dishes perfect for everyday dinners yet fancy enough for a dinner party, LOVE it!!!

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Better than Vegetable…Vegetable soup!

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so I have never been a fan of vegetable soup and when I say a fan of I mean I could not stand it, and beefy vegetable was worse… I always felt bad because it is probably my moms most favorite soup and since I did not like it she never fixes it(even though I tell her too almost begging her to I can always find something else to eat. She says it makes too much for just her so we just skip it every time.

Until the other night when I was helping mom put back her cookbooks(she is doing a bit of remodeling and so anyway I found a neat cookbook from the Amish country (one of our favorite places to go for day trips)

So inside the first page I looked at had this recipe that intrigued me “cheesy vegetable soup” and thus began our conversation about making it.

Yes we found the recipe in the Amish cookbook but we made it our own so we call ours “Better than Vegetable…Vegetable soup”

Here is what you need

Ingredients:

  1. 3 medium potatoes(cubed)
  2. 1 medium onion diced
  3. 1 carrot grated
  4. 1 cup celery diced
  5. 1 medium sized broccoli crown
  6. 1 can of green beans drained
  7. 2 quarts of chicken stock
  8. 2 cans of cream of chicken soup
  9. 1 lb Velveeta cheese sliced into cubes for easier melting
  10. green onions and shredded cheddar for garnish
  11. serve with crackers or cornbread

 

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Directions

  1. wash, peel and cube potatoes
  2. peel and dice onion
  3. wash, peel and grate one carrot
  4. wash, dice celery
  5. wash and cut up broccoli(into florets)
  6. drain the can of green beans
  7. place all veggies into a large saucepan
  8. add 2 quarts of chicken stock
  9. add salt and pepper to taste
  10. cook on medium heat bringing soup to a boil
  11. cook for 20 minutes or until potatoes are tender
  12. add the 2 cans of chicken soup stir into soup
  13. add the Velveeta cheese cubes stir into soup
  14. cook over low heat until soup and cheese has melted into the soup
  15. serve immediately with shredded cheese and green onions and saltine crackers or bread

enjoy

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Do you think you will be trying this recipe? Let us know below in the comments we would love to hear what you think of the soup!

Hey this may be a way to get your kiddos to eat their veggies because lets face it everything tastes better with Velveeta cheese 🙂

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Happy Evening

 

 

Philly cheesesteak pasta bake

For 2

Yep you read that right this recipe will serve 2 people( with just a little left over– lunch the next day) a comfort filled meal(obviously you can double it, triple it or make other foods like broccoli, green beans, corn, salads, or how bout some French fries or chips😁)

I have seen similar recipes but this particular recipe came from me

If you like Philly cheesesteak, and if you like macaroni and cheese you are going to LOVE this dish!

Here is what you are going to need

Ingredients/Shopping list:

  1. Box of Texas toast(you will only use 3 slices)(I used artisan bread and made my own)
  2. 1/2 green pepper
  3. 1/2 onion
  4.  2 steaks–Philly cheesesteak steak I use steak-umms but there are different brands steak umms you will need 2 steaks
  5. 1 cup of uncooked rotini
  6. 1/2 cup provolone shredded
  7. 1/2 cup mozzarella cheese shredded
  8. 1 mini cube of Velveeta cheese
  9. 1/2 stick butter
  10. 1 tsp yellow mustard
  11. 2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  12. Salt and pepper to taste
  13. 2 garlic cloves

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Directions

  1. Dice pepper and onions and mince garlic(you may also use dried garlic or garlic paste)
  2. Bring 4 cups water to boil add generous amount of salt
  3. Place rotini noodles in boiling water stir and cook on med/high heat until al dente
  4. In a medium skillet sauté green pepper, onion until caramelized and tender
  5. Remove veggies from skillet
  6. In same skillet cook steak crumbling as you cook(cook thorough no pink)
  7. Drain pasta and add veggies and steak toss to cover

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Make cheese sauce

  1. In a nonstick saucepan melt butter and mustard, Worcestershire sauce, garlic 1/2 cup milk, salt and pepper
  2. Add all cheeses and stir constantly melting the cheese(the cheese is going to ball up, once you add milk it will begin to melt into liquid cheese sauce)
  3. You will want to add milk by 1/2 increments until you achieve the perfect mac n cheese consistency(not too thick… not to thin)

Put it together and bake

  1. Pour cheese over pasta and steak mixture… stir coating all pasta and steak
  2. Place in a greased 9×13 pan
  3. Cover with cheddar cheese
  4. Bake in preheated 350 oven for 15 minutes
  5. Bake until cheese is melted, bubbly and golden brown(you may want to broil to get a golden brown crust)
  6. Bake your Texas toast according to package directions
  7. Serve immediately in a bowl and garnish with a few green onions

There is something about eating a cheesy dish in a bowl, it just adds that sense of comfort and it makes it yummy, also it is easier to eat(I think so anyway) If you would rather eat on a plate go ahead this is just a personal preference 🙂

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Enjoy

Will you be trying this tecipe?

Let us know by commenting below