Category Archives: Life

Faith and Hope - Life

i mom so hard…

August 9, 2016

Or I at least cry so hard…

Motherhood. What an amazing, life changing, sleep depriving, messy, milk stained, life. But oh so wonderful.

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I have been wanting to write my feelings down for a couple of weeks after our sweet little boy was born, but I wanted to make sure that it wouldn’t be all baby blues and tears. I also wanted it to be as honest as it could be, as to encourage but be real with all those looking at motherhood for the first time.

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Design and Inspired - Life

It’s a…

March 15, 2016

Its a…. BABY!!

Oh man, can we just tell you already?

Just to get you excited, here is a sweet picture of the babies face.

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Andy and I are pleased to announce, we are are having a…

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Emilie Marian Designs - Life

around here lately

May 12, 2015

Around Here Lately

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Design and Inspired - Freebies - Life

Got Milk?

May 11, 2015

 

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Got Milk?

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Life - Nourish Me

Healthy Zuppa Toscana Soup

May 5, 2015

 

 
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Healthy Zuppa Toscana Soup

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Life - Nourish Me

Ginger Citrus Flank Steak

February 23, 2015

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Get it Girl - Life

Go Set a Watchman

February 17, 2015

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 Go Set a Watchman

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Life - Nourish Me

Honey Mustard Fish Tacos

February 10, 2015

HMFT1Honey Mustard Fish Tacos

Fresh, healthy, tangy and soooooo good! We love fish tacos here in our household, but I wanted to mix it up a bit this time and add a new flavor to our tacos. Turned out to be a big hit, and it gives the tacos a tangy sweet flavor that mixes perfectly with the pineapple.

The best part of fish tacos is that you can also add whatever you want on the side. We love peach salsa and I love adding in avocados!

They are also super easy to make and don’t necessarily require exact amounts of ingredients. You can make them however you like.

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We use a couple of filets of Tilapia, about 4 or 5, to start.

To make the fish and sauce, mix about 1 tablespoon of Dijon Mustard with about a 2/3 cup of Honey. You can add more mustard in if you would like. Season the Tilapia with black pepper and place on a foil lined baking sheet.

HMFT5Broil your fish until the fish starts to flake. I actually broil the Tilapia in our toaster over at 350 till I can flake it with a fork.

While the fish is cooking, I take the pineapple and pan fry it with a little bit of smoked paprika for taste. I gives the pineapple a smokey flavor!

HMFT4After your fish is done, you can crumble it up and assemble your tacos. Add in whatever salsa you like, avocado, cabbage, and wrap in a tortilla and you have an amazing fish taco!

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