Posts tagged North Carolina
Posts tagged North Carolina
We have been prepping our pasture and farm since May 2012 for Black Angus Cows and Kinder Goats! This is just the beginning…🐃🐐🌞
Hey guys & gals, Sarina here.
I’ve been extemely busy lately, raising Peking ducks and White Leghorn chickens! It has been a wonderful experience so far, they are the cutest little boogers I’ve ever seen. Take a peak at the first chapter of my farming adventure 🎥🐣😎
The Full Belly Diaries 💋
Iced cafe au lait 😍 (Taken with Instagram)
Who said milkshakes were not Winter appropriate?!
I could have settled for just a cappuccino milkshake, but after leaning halfway across the car and seeing ‘Cajun chicken sandwich’ and ‘onion rings’ staring at me how could a sweet Southern girl say no!?
Branson ordered the barbecue sandwich Cookout tray with hush puppies, onion rings and a corn dog as his sides, and a Peach Cobbler milkshake!
I listened to my roaring belly and ordered the Cajun chicken sandwich with no mayonnaise, onion rings and fries ( I asked for Cajun seasoning but I guess I threw her all off by asking for no mayo) and my favorite milkshake everrrr, Mrs. Cappuccino!
Tonight we stopped by Cookout in Lumberton for some grub…as usual we sat at the ‘secret spot’ lol…Rosie game along for the ride as well, chilled in the back seat…she knows the deal now! By the way, Rosie is my yorkie lol
Branson got a Footlong hotdog tray with ketchup and mustard, fries, a corn-dog and huge tea…and I got a Cajun chicken sandwich tray with Cajun fries, a corn-dog and huge sweet tea! SoOo spicy and delicious :)
Decided to break in the crockpot I got for Christmas with homemade chili :) Rainy days are perfect for crockpot meals!!
My chili recipe is so simple: just add two cans of kidney beans, browned beef, diced tomatoes, diced onions, can of tomato sauce, chili seasoning mix, tbsp minced garlic, hot sauce, onion powder and basil! Cook on low heat for 3-4 hours and Viola!! :)
I also decided to make my own saltine crackers! Thank heavens for the good ole world wide web…you can search for anything these days and find something special. This recipe truly did make me feel like a real Oregon trail woman! It was so simple and can be revised with extraordinary ingredients! For my trial, I stuck with plain iodized salt..in the future I will try sea salt or kosher salt for the coarseness! Overall they were a huge success :) I highly recommend trying them, you don’t have to be a professional cook to make them, just follow the directions! Easy!
Here’s the recipe I used: http://stresscake.wordpress.com/2010/04/28/something-easy-and-unlikely-homemade-saltines/
Meaty Chili and homemade Saltines…now this is one hearty meal :) xo
Late night Cookout run at our ‘secret’ spot ;)
Watched all the traffic driving home on I-95 hint hint lol Barbecue Cookout trays with hush puppies, Cajun fries, onion rings, huge sweet tea and an Egg Nog milkshake!!! Nom nom nom
Homemade 12-layer Chocolate Cake for Christmas! It killed me to cut it….
Christmas Eve dinner at the Maynor’s :)
Also plates from Christmas night as well….sooo delish!
This morning we stopped by Burger King in Lauringburg for breakfast!
Sausage and cheese croissant with French toast sticks and a bacon, egg & cheese croissant with strawberry jelly, hash browns and an Iced Mocha Coffee :) yummmmyy!!!
Who doesn’t love CHINESE TAKEOUT!?! I can’t tell you the last time I had Chinese food, I forgot how good and fulfilling it was!!
Sweet & Sour Chicken plate and Pineapple Chicken plate with fried rice, egg rolls and egg drop soup :) My fav!! soOo delish
Cheesecake Factory Red Velvet cheesecake with whipped cream and Dublin Naughty & Nice Christmas wine :)
Toaster Strudels ;) Go HEELS!!