Three Bean Sunday Chili

This week I traveled to spend the week with family in the mountain town of South Lake Tahoe. It was my first trip there and after a VERY long day of travel we arrived to our snow covered rental home proceeding to fall asleep immediately. The next morning we woke up early now on West Coast time, to enjoy the brisk morning with warm coffee in hand staring at the mountain side eager for our family to arrive.


I knew I was going to make chili this week, it is THE perfect meal to have in hand for a ski trip, make it once and eat it numerous time after a long day skiing, but what I did forget was how exhausted you are after a day on the mountain and just how appreciative you are to have a meal warm and ready in the crockpot to come home to. With zero energy to even think about what to cook let alone actually fixing it, chili became my best co-host for entertaining a group in the winter cabin.

And so now you may ask “What’s the deal with the pine cones?”…

If you follow my posts you know I am a sucker for seasonal decor, I can’t get enough, ever. The pine cones right outside our cabin door {and on every sidewalk in town} are amazing. They are size of my hand and perfectly shaped and color. Did I mention perfectly shaped? I was in awe. I collected as many as I could and places them around the cabin. On top of the mantel, in bowls on the kitchen table and grouped together on dressers.

In the end had to leave them all behind but think they add just the right amount of “Tahoe Cabin” to the Sunday Chili table and can serve to remind you that adding special touches to your home and table is sometimes as easy as walking out your own front door.

I hope you enjoy both the pine cones and the chili.




    • 1 – 15oz. can white beans
    • 1 – 15oz. can red kidney beans
    • 1 – 28oz. can black beans
    • 2 – 28oz. cans whole peeled tomatoes unsalted – chopped
    • 3 tablespoons olive oil
    • 3 garlic cloves – minced
    • 1 large yellow onion – chopped
    • 1 large red pepper
    • 1 large green pepper

1/2 large poblano pepper

  • 1 teaspoon paprika
  • 2 teaspoons ground cumin
  • 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • chili powder – additional to taste
  • red pepper flakes
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon salt – additional to taste
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper


Heat olive oil in medium to large skillet on medium heat. Add minced garlic and onions, saute until onions start to become translucent. Add paprika, cumin, cayenne and salt to onions & garlic. Mix until spices coat onions, leave on heat for 5 minutes stirring to combine the ingredients.

Add tomatoes, stir together and allow to heat up to a simmer. Add black pepper. Taste and adjust salt level as needed.

Add chopped poblano, green and red peppers. Transfer to a slow cooker or large soup pot to continue to cook for 1 hour on low heat.


Grilled Rosemary Chicken Recipe

 Grilled Rosemary Chicken Double #AnAppealingPlan summer grilling recipes

Summertime is grilling time and chicken is a staple in most homes that own a grill. Try this citrus and rosemary variation this weekend to shake things up a bit. I think you will find it juicy and delicious!

Rosemary Grilled Chicken


  • 2 3–4-pound chickens, each cut into 4 pieces,
  • 3/4 cup olive oil, divided
  • 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice plus slices for garnish
  • 1/4 cup fresh orange juice plus slices for garnish
  • 12 rosemary sprigs, divided
  • 10 garlic cloves, coarsely chopped
  • 1 Teaspoon of Fennel Seeds, ground
  • Kosher salt


Place chicken in a glass baking dish or bowl. Drizzle with 1/2 cup oil, lemon and orange juice. Coarsely chop leaves from rosemary sprigs. Mix chopped rosemary, garlic and fennel in with chicken to coat; season with salt and pepper. Cover; chill for 3 hours or overnight. {or put straight on the grill if time is tight}

Build a medium fire in a charcoal grill for best flavor, or heat a gas grill to medium-high. Let chicken come to room temperature. Brush off any large pieces of rosemary or garlic ; grill chicken, turning occasionally to create grill pattern, until browned and almost cooked through, about 16–18 minutes for breasts.


Pour 1/4 cup oil into a bowl. Dip 2 rosemary sprigs in oil; occasionally baste chicken with sprigs until cooked through, about 5 more minutes.

Let chicken rest for 15 minutes. Transfer to wood cutting board for serving. Cut lemon and orange in half lengthwise, and place as garnish. Serve chicken on a platter with fresh Rosemary sprigs to garnish.

Serve this with cold craft beer, a Raspberry Rosemary Summer Sipper or a Summer Berry Cocktail Bar.

Grilled Rosemary Chicken Plated #AnAppealingPlan rosemary grilling recipes




Mapo Tofu Recipe from #SteamyKitchen Healthy Asian Favorites

Jaden Hair, first “came into my life” in 2009 at the social media conference Social Fresh . My boyfriend at the time, now my husband, was representing an online course and she had stopped his table to get more information on SEO and building an online presence. She obivously made an impression, after the event he gave me her name and said I should look her up. A few months later, after I had moved to Florida, I went to my first networking event and it just so happened to be the book launch for her first book, 101 Asian Recipes Simple Enough for Tonight’s Dinner. Last year I attended TECH Munch Tampa and who was one of the speakers? You guessed it, Jaden.

Fast forward to today, a few books and websites later, Jaden has obviously figured out SEO among many other things related to building a fantastic business around her love of cooking. When Isabel, of Sunday Supper, offer an opportunity to make one of the recipes out if the new Steamy Kitchen Healthy Asian Favorites Cookbook, and the opportunity to give a book away to one if my followers, I jumped on it!

Jaden started Steamy Kitchen in 2007 and six years later, built herself an empire from her small blog that now employs her entire family. She currently has her own line of rice bran oil, branded woks, and a regular spot cooking on-air on Daytime.

Steamy Kitchen Healthy Asian Favorites CookbookWithout further delay….here is her new book: Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites


Join the Sunday Supper Team along with Jaden Hair this Sunday at 7pm Eastern Time on twitter, just follow the #SundaySupper hashtag. We are giving away 20 copies of Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites Cookbook. You don’t want to miss this week’s #SundaySupper Event!

Twenty of our #SundaySupper Contributors have received Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites Cookbook and are excited to share recipes from this cookbook.




2 teaspoons cooking oil
1/2 onion, diced
1/4 pound ground turkey, lean beef, pork or mushrooms
2 cloves garlic, finely minced
1/2 vegetable stock
1 tablespoon oyster sauce
14 ounces firm tofu, cubed
2 cups frozen peas and carrots
1/4 cup water
1 teaspoon cornstarch
1 green onion, chopped
Hot chili sauce, such as sriracha

Heat a sauté pan or wok over medium-high heat. When hot, swirl in the oil, add the onion and cook for 2-3 minutes, until onion is softened and translucent. Add the meat and use your spatula to stir and break up.

When the meat begins to lose its pink color, add the garlic and stir-fry for 1 minute. Stir in the stock and oyster sauce and bring to a simmer. Add tofu and peas ans carrots. Cover and cook for 2 minutes.

In a small bowl, whisk together the water and cornstarch. Stir this mixture into the pan nd let ooh for 2 minutes longer. Stir in the green onions and season with hot sauce, to taste. Serve immediately.


Disclosure Statement: I was provided with a copy of Steamy Kitchen’s healthy asian favorites for my review. All opinions are my own.

Reprinted with permission from Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites by Jaden Hair, copyright © 2013. Published by Ten Speed Press, a division of Random House, Inc.



Here is how to enter to win. You must do both, #1 and #2, to have an eligible entry:

1. Tell me what your favorite Asian dish is in a comment below – AND – with your twitter handle in the comment. Comment must be posted by 8pm Eastern time today (Sunday, March 10, 2013).

2. Join in the conversation during the live #SundaySupper chat on twitter from 7 to 8pm Eastern Time today (Sunday, March 10, 2013). Your tweet(s) must contain the #SundaySupper hashtag.

The winner will be chosen randomly from the eligible entries. The winner will be notified via email. Note: Giveaway open for United States residents only. Contest ends on Sunday, March 10, 2013 at 8pm Eastern Time.

Join the Sunday Supper Team along with Jaden Hair this Sunday at 7pm Eastern Time on twitter, just follow the #SundaySupper hashtag.  We are giving away 20 copies of Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites Cookbook.  You don’t want to miss this week’s #SundaySupper Event!

Here is the list of #SundaySupper Contributors who will be giving away a copy of Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites Cookbook and the recipes they will be sharing:

Tofu-Mushroom Miso Soup 

Crispy Rice Patties

  • Juanita’s Cocina
  • Basic and Delicious

Thai Larb Lettuce Chicken Cups

Miso Cod

Sake Steamed Mussels

Salmon Honey Teriyaki

Korean Beef Bites

Mapo Tofu

Mango Brulee

We are sharing more Steamy Kitchen inspired recipes. The following Sunday Supper Contributors are joining us with some of their favorite recipes from the Steamy Kitchen website:

  • Kung Pao Chicken by Cravings of a Lunatic
  • Prime Rib Roast with Miso au jus by The Urban Mrs.
  • Kickin’ Tequila Shrimp by Gourmet Drizzles
  • Korean Beef Rice Bowl by Crispy Bits & Burnt Ends
  • Pan Fried Shrimp and Pork Fried Potstickers by Dinners, Dishes and Desserts
  • Shrimp Curry by Ninja Baking


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Purchase Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites Cookbook


Family Style Tablescape: Houston’s Chicken Tortilla Soup

During the time I commuted from Bucks County, PA to work in New York we would always make it a point to keep our schedules open on Tuesdays to ensure we could get out for lunch. Why? Because Tuesdays are the only day Houston’s serves it’s Chicken Tortilla Soup. You may think, how can one recipe be that much better? Well I’m not exactly sure, but it is. Believe me.

The bad news: Houston’s doesn’t officially post the recipe.
The good news: I found a few other loyalists that have shared what seems to be pretty darn close version of it.

An Appealing Plan Houstons Tortilla Soup Recipe #sundaySupper

I did make a few adjustments and wasn’t able to find the thin tortilla strips they serve it with. Overall it is so delicious we had it for breakfast the morning after I made this batch.

Invite your family over and serve it family style to allow everyone to put as much or as little of the garnishes as desired.

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  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 1 large onion
  • 1/4 cup minced garlic
  • 1/4 cup Masa flour
  • 12 oz. ground corn tortilla chips
  • 1 1/2 Tbsp. ground cumin
  • 1 1/2 Tbsp. ground chili powder
  • 1/2 Tbsp. ground black pepper
  • 4 quarts chicken stock
  • 1/4 cup chicken base
  • 4 cups shredded chicken*
  • 1/4 cups chopped fresh cilantro
  • Salt and ground pepper to taste


  • Avocado
  • Sliced Limes
  • Monterrey Jack Cheese
  • Additional Fresh Cilantro
  • Crushed Tortilla Chips


1- Melt butter in soup pot. Add olive oil, diced onion, and garlic. Sautee on medium only until onions are softened and clarified. Salt lightly.

2- In separate bowl mix Masa flour, ground tortilla chips, cumin, chili powder, and 1/2 tablespoon black pepper together.

3- Add the dry mix to the onions. Cook for a few minutes, until the raw flavor of the flour should have cooked out. Salt lightly.

4- Slowly add the chicken stock and chicken base.

5- Blend the mixture with a hand blender, until all of the flour pieces have blended out and the soup is completely smooth.

6- Bring the soup to a boil, and allow to cook/boil/reduce for a few minutes until the soup has thickened slightly and coats the spoon. Salt and pepper to taste.

7- Ladle soup into bowl top with chicken and cilantro.

8- Garnish each serving with plenty of avocado, crushed tortilla chips, shredded Monterrey cheese, lime slice and a few extra sprinkles of cilantro.



*Marinate chicken breasts in lime juice and salt, then broiled on low for a soft and flavorful chicken to add to the soup. Shred with two forks.

* I honestly can’t remember if the served it with or if I added the lime. But if you are a fan, lime makes all the difference.

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* Family Style service refers to placing bowls or platters of menu items on the dining table and guests are able to serve themselves. Bowls and platters remain on the table and are passed as needed.

* Stack Rustic wooden bowls and hand thrown earthenware plates. One for each guest plus a few extra for seconds.

* Offer each garnish in a separate bowl with a wooden serving spoon. Be sure to overfill bowls so guests feel free to add as desired without concern for taking the last bit.

* Offer additional course sea salt and ground black pepper in small rustic vessels with individual wooden spoons.

* Serve soup in bowl that will retain heat such as this wooden salad bowl from the 70’s. Refill the bowl to keep it hot as guests arrive.

The #SundaySupper family will be digging out their stock pots and slow cookers to serve up these amazing soups:

Do The Chicken Dance (chicken {or other poultry} soups)

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And, if you are looking for even more ways to celebrate everyday check out An Appealing Plan the book.

Call it a trend or a return to the past, but I believe we are bringing back entertaining at home, lingering over a table after a lovingly prepared meal with friends. It has been a way of life and passion of mine my entire adult life, and I am thrilled to be able to invite you on this journey with me through a year of celebrating every day. Filled with recipes, tablescapes, floral inspiration and seasonal entertaining ideas An Appealing Plan :: A Year of Everyday Celebrations, is a dream come true for me a true honor to be able to share it with you. To learn more about An Appealing Plan :: A Year of Everyday Celebrations here. And of course, share how you are celebrating everyday.

10 Tips For A Winning Superbowl Buffet

Super Bowl entertaining is just hours away, you have probably have already invited guests and planned your menu, or perhaps you just decided to have guests over moments ago. Whichever the case may be, the below tips are sure to make you an MVP Host.

Super Bowl Sunday Entertaining Tips #AnAppealingPlan

Actually watching the big game is only half the fun.  Host friends and family in your home to watch the big game, and celebrate Super Bowl Sunday with good company and conversation. Kick off the festivities with football-theme decorations and a game-day menu with delicious appetizers, and fresh beverages.

1: Test Your Luck. Go for Potluck.

According to the USDA, the Super Bowl is the second-largest food consumption holiday of the year, behind Thanksgiving and ahead of Christmas Day, so why go it alone. Recruit your guests to assist in the food preparation.

Potluck means each guest brings a dish that all of the other guests will share. To ensure a proper Super Bowl spread or so you don’t have two or more people bringing the same dish, encourage your guests to sign up for a certain food beforehand. And keep in mind that some guests may need to prepare or warm up their food in your oven. Be ready with additional serving platters and utensils.

2: Cook Ahead of Time!

Hosting a game day party can be stressful. Save yourself some time and worry by preparing the food ahead of time! Prepping your food the day or morning of will allow you time to put the finishing touches on your table and decor and actually spend time with your guests.

3: Take Some Pressure Off. Consider A Sandwich Buffet.

Instead of trying to make all the food, set up a buffet so people can serve themselves, even if it’s just on the kitchen island. Put out things like hard salami, provolone cheese, prosciutto, sliced baked turkey, sliced avocado, fresh lettuce leaves, diced black olives. You could chop basil and mix it with mayonnaise for a fresh flavorful spread.

4: Choose Festive Decor That Doesn’t Over Power.


There’s a fine line between festive and tacky. Steer clear of football-shaped cakes and turning the table into a miniature football field. Instead show your team spirit with strategically placed footballs, vintage helmets, paper team logos, or other football-theme accessories on the food table or around the party area. Party supply stores are a good resource for inexpensive football decorations. Break out that foam finger for a good laugh at half-time. But watch the ceiling fan!

5: Vary Your Guests Drink Options

An Appealing Plan Tangerine Thyme Cocktail

Beer may be the classic football combination but it isn’t everyone’s first choice. Make a delicious Tangerine Thyme  or a colorful Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail by the pitcher and be sure to have a few bottles of red & white wine on hand.

Offer cocktails for the beer fan, a twist on beer for guests who like to try something new.  Try adding 1 ounce of both Orange liqueur  and orange juice to classic wheat beer for a refreshing twist. And ALWAYS offer water and a non-alcoholic drink option, such  Vanilla Mint Soda Sipper  as a festive option for party guests who choose non-alcoholic drinks.

6: Keep It Safe & Clean.

Your buffet will be filled with a variety of food items. Consider which items need to be kept warm and which will need to be chilled. Warm dishes may need crockpots or warming plates; cold items may need to rest in a bed of ice to be safe. Place items with dripping sauces towards the front of the table so guests are able to fill their plates with out too much mess.

7: Being Green is Always #1

When hosting small gatherings as well as big blowouts, find ways to make your events environmentally sustainable. Reuse materials as much as you can when planning and decorating, and use compostable paper plates and cups, as well as recyclable cutlery {even better, consider providing plates and silverware if your group is on the smaller size. There’s nothing more annoying than snapping a fork in two while trying into your perfectly grilled steak.}

8: Provide a Bloody Mary Bar

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Setting up a separate area for a Bloody Mary bar allows for small spills and easy clean up away from the food table. Place Vodka, Bloody Mary Mix and Tomato Juice in a bucket filled with ice. Provide all needed fixing so guests can mix up their perfect blend. Be sure to include the standard: Horseradish, Worcestershire Sauce, Ground Black Pepper and a few unexpected options: Old Bay and natural hot sauce. {For a full description see MVP Bloody Mary Bar}

9: Always Leave room for more.

Whether you ask your guests to bring a dish or not inevitably someone will bring one. Make sure to leave a little space on your buffet table to easy slide the new dish in, thanking your guests for their contribution to the gathering. Making your guests feel welcome and helpful will set a positive tone for your celebration.

10: Make Your Guests the Real MVP.


At the end of the day, it might not be your favorite team in that last final game, but it’s more about bringing your friends and family together, enjoying the time together.

GO TEAM! ~ Krayl

Here’s a peek of the dishes #SundaySupper has coming your way on Super Bowl Sunday (you don’t want to miss this spread…trust me!):

#SundaySupper Super Bowl Appetizers & Snacks:

#SundaySupper Super Bowl Main Dishes:

#SundaySupper Super Bowl Desserts:

#SundaySupper Super Bowl Tablescape:  10 Tips For A Winning Superbowl Buffet Table from An Appealing Plan


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The Perfect Bird: Part 2

{Image Courtesy of The Pioneer Women}

This is part 2 of The Perfect Bird. Miss part 1? Read it here: The Perfect Bird Part 1

Getting the Best Flavor

Brining: Traditionally a method of preserving foods this popular technique of preparing the turkey adds flavor and juiciness to the holiday star.

The water from the brine actually reaches the cells of the meat infusing it with flavor & moisture. There are wet & dry brines available commercially but it is also easy to create your own. Your biggest concern will be finding a vessel large enough to actually submerge the bird into. {I have seen large stock pots as well as coolers lined with a brining bag.}

Aromatics: The easiest and most straight forward of them all. Place fresh or dried herbs along with fruits and vegetables in the cavity, under the skin or simply in the roasting pan. Favorite Choices: Sage, Onions, Carrots, Lemon slices, Rosemary, herbes de Provence.

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The Stuff That Thanksgiving Dreams are Made of

The Big Debate: Cooking your stuffing INSIDE the turkey or OUTSIDE?

Points to Consider:

Temperature – Your entire turkey must be defrosted or fresh at room temperature before stuffing. After cooking, the temperature of both your bird and stuffing MUST be 165 degrees.

Time – Do not pre-stuff. Place stuffing inside moments before placing in the oven. If you can not do this bake outside. Additionally you will ned to allow extra time for the entire turkey to cook when stuffed.

Brining – May affect the flavor of your stuffing. Best to cook separately.

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Let’s Get ‘er Done!

The basics for roasting the Perfect Bird:

– Bring to room temperature prior to placing in the oven. (resting outside of the refrigerator for 1 hour MAX)

– Invest in a quality roasting pan to ensure even cooking. AKA – stop buying those disposable versions….

– Purchase a quality thermometer to get accurate readings. The breast should register 165 – 175 degrees.

– Let your turkey rest before carving for 20-30 minutes to allow juices to be reabsorbed into the meat.

Next Up: Tablescapes & Centerpieces {My favorite!!}

The Perfect Bird: Part 1

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Side dishes come and go but the main star of every Thanksgiving Day table is Tom Turkey. Perhaps its your first turkey or your 51st, following a few steps and preparations you will {ok..should…} end up with a moist and delicious bird.

Selecting Your Turkey

Key words: Fresh, Free Range, Organic Fed, NO Hormones.

Fresh Turkeys are readily available in most areas these days and will produce a MUCH tastier meal. Check with your favorite store to see if they carry them or if you need to order yours quickly. Local farms & Farm stands are also great resources to find non-factory raised varieties. Avoid self-basting turkeys as they are injected with fatty substance (not found in nature).

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How Big Is Big Enough

Minimum size should be 10 lbs. If you need less consider a buying a breast. To allow for plenty of left overs allow 1 – 1/2 pounds of turkey per person. Consider how many guests you will need to feed in the days after and adjust accordingly.

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The Waiting Game

Try to arrange to pick up your turkey the day before you will cook it and keep it in it’s wrapping in the coldest part of your refrigerator once home. If you have to go with frozen, allow 3-4 hours per pound to thaw in your refrigerator. This may be up to 2-5 days to defrost completely. Be sure to cook a thawed turkey within 2 days and DO NOT re-freeze as the meat will not recover and will change its texture.

Stay Tuned for Part 2: Flavoring The Turkey, Stuffing a Turkey, Roasting & Tablescapes to please your guests.

Bay Scallops Gratin #SundaySupper

Bay Scallops Gratin


  • 6 tablespoons LAND O LAKES®. Olive Oil & Sea Salt butter, at room temperature
  • 6 large garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 2 medium shallots, minced
  • 2 ounces thinly sliced prosciutto di Parma, minced
  • 4 tablespoons minced fresh parsley, plus extra for garnish
  • 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 6 tablespoons good olive oil
  • 1/2 cup panko
  • 2 pound fresh bay scallops
  • Lemon, for garnish


Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. Place 6 (6-inch round) gratin dishes on a sheet pan.

To make the topping, place the butter in the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment (you can also use a hand mixer). With the mixer on low speed, add the garlic, shallot, prosciutto, parsley, lemon juice, salt and pepper and mix until combined. With the mixer still on low, add the olive oil slowly as though making mayonnaise, until combined. Fold the panko in with a rubber spatula and set aside.

Preheat the broiler, if it’s separate from your oven.

Pat the cleaned scallops dry with paper towels and distribute them among the dishes. Spoon the garlic butter evenly over the top of the scallops. Bake for 10 to 12 minutes, until the topping is golden and sizzling and the scallops are barely done. If you want the top crustier, place the dishes under the broiler for 2 minutes, until browned. Finish with a squeeze of fresh lemon juice and a sprinkling of chopped parsley and serve immediately with crusty French bread.

The original recipe came from Bare Foot Contessa and I adapted it with the addition of the LAND O LAKES®. Olive Oil & Sea Salt butter by reducing the original salt and olive oil amounts. The recipe didn’t specify type of parsley to use, I selected flat leaf parsley, but you may get a brighter flavor by using curly instead, next time I will try it and perhaps add chopped fresh tomatoes at the table.

I will tell you with out a doubt, the Olive Oil & Sea Salt butter with chopped parsley on the warm crusty french bread was to die for. I could eat the whole loaf on my own, but had to share with the man sitting next to me…

“What is your favorite Recipe made with Butter?” Comment below to win a coupon for LAND O LAKES®. Olive Oil & Sea Salt

enjoy ~ xo krayl

Join us this week for Simple and Fresh Summer Recipes #SundaySupper. We’ll share these fabulous recipes and want you to share yours with us!  The fun starts at 3pm EST and lasts all afternoon until dinner time and sometimes beyond.  All you have to do is follow the hashtag #sundaysupper on twitter or follow along on TweetChat.  Our #SundaySupper Pinterest Board will be filled with wonderful Simple and Fresh Summer Recipes. There is always room Around the Family Table for you.


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About LAND O LAKES® Butter with Olive Oil & Sea Salt: Land O’Lakes is expanding its popular line of half-stick butter with the introduction of LAND O LAKES® Butter with Olive Oil & Sea Salt. Ree Drummond, better known to her fans as The Pioneer Woman, is helping us explore the delicious flavor of our new Butter with Olive Oil & Sea Salt. Ree will create blog posts, recipes, and videos that explore how she uses this new butter to enhance simple weeknight meals.

Disclosure: The author received a full-value coupon redeemable for LAND O LAKES® Butter with Olive Oil & Sea Salt, for recipe development and review purposes. All opinions are my own.