What’s the weather like where you live? It was -2 this morning when Jason left for work. Here in Louisville we are expecting record breaking low temperatures for the next several days. In addition to that, we also have about 8 inches of snow on the ground. All the winter weather started late Sunday evening. My in-laws drove here on Sunday for a short visit which got even shorter because of the weather. We didn’t have any big plans so it worked out fine. I made this lasagna recipe and some cupcakes that I will be sharing the recipe for pretty soon.
I love making lasagna when we are having guests. I personally love lasagna and Jason “likes” it and since it is a lot for two people I tend to not make it very often, that is unless we are having company. That way there’s more mouths to feed and less leftovers in the fridge. Although, what leftovers there are..they’re pretty good!
How do you feel about lasgana? Love it? Hate it? Are you like my husband and asks where the mushrooms are? Ummm…there’s some fresh ones in the fridge, babe. I bought some and put on a homemade pizza for you. Is that not enough mushroom for one week?!?! 🙂
Feel free to add some mushrooms if you’ve got a mushroom luva in your family. I try to be sneaky, but it never works!!
During dinner everyone was raving about the lasagna and asked if I would be sharing the recipe on the blog. My response was, “look for it this week”!
Crock pot bbq ribs-A slab of baby back ribs coated with a dry rub, placed in the crock pot and your favorite barbecue sauce poured over the top. Easy and Delicious!
Baby Back Ribs with a thick layer of BBQ sauce cooking all day in the crock pot…Sign me up!
These BBQ ribs are so easy to make and taste delicious. I would know since I’ve made them a gazillion times. A gazillion could be a slight exaggeration…but it’s pretty close.
Jason loves BBQ ribs so I started making them in the crock pot and he always says how delicious they are. I agree and I love how easy it is to make these and the clean up is minimal too. That’s a win-win for me!
Please excuse the raw meat shot. I wanted to share a picture of the dry rub that gets massaged into the slab of ribs.
Since we just officially, though not really, ended summer, and school is in full swing I think it’s a good time to let the crock pot do some cooking for you. I love my crock pot!
I’m such an unashamedly girly girl and don’t like to be dirty so I won’t order ribs at a restaurant because I don’t want to get BBQ sauce all over my face. However, by eating BBQ ribs at home allows me to enjoy the ribs, mess and all.