2014, it’s been real. What did you do in 2014 that you’ve never done before? In February, we went to San Francisco together; we met Jeff’s cousins there and his sister came, too. Together, we scouted out snobby craft beers, attended the release of Pliny the Younger at Russian River Brewing and went to the San
We invited everyone we knew. Didn’t ask for an RSVP. And guestimated on the food. But, with all of me I can tell you this: It’s exactly the way I wanted it. We held a “We’re Hitched” party, which was quickly renamed #pottsparty, on Saturday afternoon. We invited everyone we knew to a place meaningful
It’s grilling season in the Potts household. There’s already been steaks and lots of veggies, brats and sausages and corn on the cob. This weekend, though, we made some of the best salmon we’ve ever made on our little smokey joe. I should admit that the inspiration for this recipe came from the little recipe
Life has been overly crazy. I know, excuses. But it has. We’ve quasi started to house hunt, which is probably a good exercise in patience for a girl like me because I fall in love with approximately EVERY house and we still have a condo to sell. So, we’ve been doing big kid stuff like
As you know, I’m not much of a chicken fan. Which isn’t really even true. If I came to your house for dinner and you made chicken, I’d eat it. And, I’d probably really like it. I just don’t prepare chicken. In the six plus years Jeff and I have been together I’ve prepared and
MWGirl turns CSA eggplant (and other veggies) into awesome late summer dinner.
You know how summers are. Over-the-top busy. So busy. And ours is no different. I’ll go all random on you: A few weeks ago we drove up to Titletown Brewing Co. in Green Bay. On the ride there we found it odd that we never travel the 35 or so minutes it only takes to