Author: stephanie

  • Chicken Fajita Rollups

    Chicken Fajita Rollups

    What you need:Marinade○ 2 tbsp olive oil○ juice of 1/2 a lime○ 1 garlic, minced○ 1 tsp chili powder○ 1/2 tsp cumin○ 1/2 tsp dried oregano○ 1/2 tsp salt○ 2 tbsp cilantroChicken○ 3 chicken breasts○ 1/2 red bell pepper Instructions:1) Preheat oven to 375F.2) In a small bowl, whisk together all the ingredients for the […]

  • Cranberry Bread

    Cranberry Bread

    What you need:○ 1/2 c. margarine or softened butter○ 1/2 c. brown sugar○ 2 eggs○ 1/2 c. ricotta or plain yogurt○ 1 lemon, zested○ 2 tbsp lemon juice○ 1 1/2 c. flour○ 1 tsp baking powder○ 1/2 tsp baking soda○ 2 c. cranberries, fresh or frozen Instructions:1) Preheat oven to 350F and butter/oil your bread […]

  • Tandoori Chicken Sandwiches

    Tandoori Chicken Sandwiches

    What you need:○ 4 chicken thighs○ 2 1/4 cups baby potatoes○ 2/3 cup shredded cabbage○ 1 bunch of cilantro○ 1 green onion○ 1 lime○ 4 tbsp mayonnaise○ 1/3 cup roasted cashews○ 1 tbsp tandoori paste○ 2 buns○ oil○ salt & pepper○ 3/4 tsp tandoori spice mix Instructions:1) Preheat oven to 450F2) Halve the potatoes and […]

  • Babies and book.

    Babies and book.

    A constant battle between weather and car. Babies and book.

  • #WorldBreastPumpingDay

    #WorldBreastPumpingDay

    My journey with breast pumping did not go as planned. Neither with my eldest nor with my youngest.

  • a new adventure.

    a new adventure.

    We are alone here. Completely alone. It is scary, and sometimes even lonely.

  • Late night

    Late night

    Coffee. That’ll do it for you. She was just about ready to call it a night. She crawled in to bed with her daughter, it was easier this way, and lay there. Eyes wide open, mind racing. There was no way she could fall asleep after drinking that much coffee. What to do, she thought, […]

  • dear covid

    dear covid

    Dear Covid-19,You may have shown up uninvited. You may have screwed up our plans. You certainly messed with mine. You were unexpected and unwanted. You changed our lives. You see, Covid, we had a life before you arrived. A different life. A life where we had no curfew, no scares, no panic.Then you showed up, […]

  • playing in the rain

    playing in the rain

    I am “Mama”. The person they come to when something is wrong, the one who knows all of the lyrics to every song in Moana.

  • the mother.

    the mother.

    None of them get me when I cry in the shower. When I stay awake despite being burnt. When I imagine driving off on my way home from the groceries. None of them get it, because none of them feel the way I feel.