Four Hens and a Rooster

Category: Food and Drink

Good Eats in the Twin City: Battledish Winston You guys know how much the Rooster and I love to cook and eat. But with 3 kids and 2 jobs, we don’t get a take the chance to go out to eat that often, so when we do we like to E-A-T and eat well. One of the things that I love about living in Winston is the fact that we have so many amazing restaurants. I’ve said a million timesmore

The Twin City RibFest Giveaway entry is at the bottom of this post…. Anyone who knows me knows that I dig pig. A lot. As a matter of fact if I could only eat one meat, much to my doctor’s chagrin, it would be pig. So believe me when I tell you that my all-time favorite event in Winston is the Twin City RibFest.  And it’s coming up next week which makes me really happy. Last year, I begged wentmore

This is sponsored content from Früsh Yogurt. All opinions and appetites are my own. With an alarm that sounds at 6am every school morning, I am notorious for living on a breakfast of caffeine. I know I should get up early enough to make breakfast, but it just doesn’t happen. I do good to make sure THEY inhale eat something before we race off to our busy day. If I do ever get around to eating, it’s at least 2 hoursmore

Nikki is another one of my favorite Twitter success “stories”. She and I share a love of tech, social and food! We seem to run into each other at functions that involve food more than anywhere else and I think that’s a whole lotta awesome. She always has an awesome story and has been known to keep a scandalous secret or two about people in our town.. but she won’t tell. Ever. She just sent her audition tape off tomore

It’s hard when you’re a family with two working spouses to not just put dinner on the table before the stroke of midnight, but also a dinner that isn’t created by punching buttons on a microwave or hearing the words “pull up to the 2nd window”. I’ve mentioned before that I try to plan out our dinners 2 weeks in advance. I find that by doing this, it saves us a ton of money at the Teeter. What happens whenmore

When the Rooster and I swapped offices last year, he became the primary dinner maker which is great since he’s a good cook. But he was killing our finances with one simple fact – he  couldn’t plan. 4:00 would roll around and he would realize that he didn’t have plans for dinner, run to the grocery store down the road and another $40 would be gone. I’ve played around with planning out dinner menus in the past but the pastmore

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