Sarah Anglado Glyer

Garlicky Lemon Hummus

I realize the title of this post may seem redundant as both garlic and lemon are typical ingredients in hummus. Well, let me tell you: this garlicky lemon hummus has a ridiculous amount of both garlic and lemon flavors. Like woah. I served a vegetable and hummus platter for dinner recently because Abby gets so […] Read more…

Peppery Ranch Dip

David came home sick from work yesterday while I was testing this ranch dip with tears streaming down my face. I had made a version last week with dill that was not satisfactory. I’m not a big fan of dill, but I can appreciate it’s flavor is some dishes. Last week, it didn’t matter how […] Read more…

Mr. Popper’s Penguins + White Bean Soup

Our Family Dinner Book Club selection for the month of January is Mr. Popper’s Penguins by Richard Atwater.Here you’ll find a menu that can be prepared with the help of your children, and will hopefully be a fun and interactive activity for the whole family. Head over to Growing Book by Book for some talking […] Read more…

Chicken Katsu – Baked or Fried

David and I are sting on the couch, compiling an audio disk of evidence against our upstairs neighbors. It has been a year of harassment from them to us. They retaliate against all the noise we make what with our doing laundry, cleaning dishes, children playing and our dog owningness, by calling the police as […] Read more…

Dumpling Soup – Family Dinner Book Club

Our Family Dinner Book Club selection for the month of December is Dumpling Soup by Jama Kim Rattigan. Here you’ll find a menu that can be prepared with the help of your children, and will hopefully be a fun and interactive activity for the whole family. Head over to Growing Book by Book for some […] Read more…

Spiced Up Eggnog Latte

It’s all about the eggnog in this house. The girls weren’t too fond of the eggnog just, but they did enjoy the eggnog cookies. I made a batch to take to the preschool performance and they were so excited and proud to share homemade goodies with their classmates. When I was tasked with sharing a […] Read more…

Vegetable Chop Suey

“Grandma calls our family ‘chop suey’, which means ‘all mixed up’ in pidgin. I like it that way. So does Grandma. ‘More spice,’ she says.” I loved this line from the children’s book Dumpling Soup. I think it perfectly captures the spirit of most families. A mixed up mashed up combination of personalities, experiences, skills, […] Read more…

Eggnog Cookies

It is gettin’ allllll Christmasy up in here! In this house, that means eggnog everyday. David accompanied me to the grocery store recently and almost fainted when he saw the eggnog end cap he was so excited. Then we noticed that they were all weird versions of eggnog! Soynog, lightnog, nogcreamer, peppermintnog, vanillanog, basically every […] Read more…

Cranberry Brie Bites

It’s Thanksgiving night. My belly is full of turkey, rolls, and mashed potatoes. The girls are soundly asleep and our Christmas tree is leaking water all over our living room floor. Yes, we did a Thanksgiving thing and a Christmas thing on the same day. We spent the day cooking and eating with David’s family […] Read more…

Roasted Cranberry Pear Sauce

At my mother’s house for family dinner on a recent Sunday, we sat at the table and looked through my grandmother’s old recipe cards. It was fun to see recipes written in her handwriting. There were also cards in there written in my aunt’s hand writing, and we think my great-grandmother’s as well. I don’t […] Read more…

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