It is the end of winter here in Illinois, or so we keep thinking right before we are hit with more snow. As much as I can not stand the cold, here it is in full force not letting up. After eating soup all season long I wanted one that would be warming to the soul. This definitely lifted my spirits and warmed me up for a whole fifteen minutes. Soon after I hibernated back to a blanket on the couch, watching Peter Pan with my toddler. As I sit here dreaming of dinner time; when I will be reheating this soup I thought to myself “How perfect, simple garlic rubbed crostini’s would compliment this“…
Dipping these into the roasted cauliflower soup with aged cheddar and bacon was simply delicious….
This Bacon Mac and cheese recipe will have everyone asking for more.
Knowing there will be bacon and pasta involved my excitement level is one of a child, staring at their presents just before opening on Christmas morning. Is this really happening because it seems so magical. When I see the bubbling and hear the popping sound of the cheese coming out of the oven; while my house smells of bacon. I don’t think any pasta dish gets better then this. I’ve attempted many mac and cheese recipes before, hands down I declare this the best one….
My anxiety is something I’ve been learning to deal with my entire life, the things I’m excited for tend to bring on the most anxiety. Anyone suffering knows that it’s not going to magically disappear one day, it’s about learning control. All I can do is learn how to handle my anxiety so that it doesn’t control me. I need to get out of my head and push through my fears. So here I am! Scared to blog, a lover of food and wanting to share.
I was the kid in school who always received C’s for any paper I wrote, even when trying my best. Yet, here I am ready to give my dream a shot whether I pass or fail. Did I mention I’m a computer dummy. So as scared as I am typing this, I’m going to hit post because I want this more than I want fear!
Always whisking with love, Trina Marie