Just in time for Memorial Day Sabrina is back to share a great recipe for burgers. Yummy!
from LouLou Sucre is back to share a yummy appetizer.
This is my "go-to" appetizer. I love to make this if it's just my husband and I or if I'm having friends over for the evening. You can make as many or a few as you like. There are only a few ingredients and they are all things that are easily found in the local supermarket. Also, it is super good. The grilled tomatoes take it to the next level--they become so sweet and bursting with flavor.
If you are a lover of neutrals
we will probably need to sedate you this may not be your ideal space but...
I am so happy to be guest posting at Mommy is CooCoo today!
I am a baking blogger who specializes in decorated sugar cookies. Baking and gardening are my passions, so you will see a few of my garden antics as well as LOTS of fun with sugar art. Today I am sharing one of my favorite baking projects.
The Starry Night Cake!
I thought this sign was beautiful and sweet but... every
freaking day when I go out to play on the swing set with my kids there is a giant pile of bird poop at the top of the slide. Seriously?!?! I pretty much hate birds now. Or, at the very least their poop. It's disgusting. When I hear chirping I can't help but think...
Hello, Coocoo readers! Today's project is a Fabric Bucket. These babies are fun to make and great for keeping odds and ends in one place. They'd be a great place for socks, toys, magazines, hand towels, etc.
My friend Sabrina from LouLou Sucre is back to share an amazing dessert!
This dessert is fantastic!! I love to make it, love to say it, and love to eat it. I feel so French every time I make this beautiful dessert. My husband is always so impressed. I hate to tell him how easy it is to make. (It's really easy other than flipping the super-hot cast iron pan.--Let your husband do that, because you worked so hard (wink wink) on everything else.)
DIY Thrifty Play House
Meet Holly - Holly has an awesome blog about one of my favorite things, thrifting. AND, look at the cork board hanging behind her! Clearly, I can
have a lot of wine relate to this woman.
See how she transformed a cardboard box...