Smokey Bourbon Spice Rub

Smokey Bourbon Spice Rub

Living in the South, it is easy to become addicted to BBQ! If you’ve never driven through Kentucky, you definitely need to.  The Kentucky Bourbon Trail offers distilleries galore.  Ok, of the numerous ones to choose from, we actually have only stopped at Jim Beam, but the treasures we collected in the general store have […]

Deal Breakers: Savvy Seller Staging Tips

Deal Breakers: Savvy Seller Staging Tips

I’ve been wanting to write this post for some time now and its not as if I didn’t have a grasp of the subject.  I mean let’s face it I deal with this in the trenches daily, but sometimes it just takes a moment to spark the emotion, which for me is key when I’m […]

Spicy Shrimp Tacos with Cilantro Lime Slaw

Spicy Shrimp Tacos with Cilantro Lime Slaw

 Growing up in the Southwest gave me a love for spicy goodness, so Friday when I opened the refrigerator to a head of cabbage and some shrimp…BAM!  I thought tacos (for some reason).  It was probably also slightly inspired by the fact that I keep soft flour tortillas in the pantry as a very important […]

Alluring Kitchen Renovations

Alluring Kitchen Renovations

My Sellers are always asking for advice on how to increase their home’s resale value, so I usually say, “Put your money where your mouth is…literally.”  The Kitchen is probably the most important space (with Master Bath following close behind) to focus your renovation dollars on.  Most buyers want a move in ready home and they can […]

Treasures, Trinkets, Toile & Time

Treasures, Trinkets, Toile & Time

Did you ever imagine emptying your attic full of trinkets could actually be a fun experience? No? Well, imagine walking to your mailbox and instead of the regular old bills and junk mail you normally find, you reach in and find a check!!  Good times.  Sometimes, sifting through years of dusty treasures can seem a bit daunting and […]

Bruschetta Edamame Salad

Bruschetta Edamame Salad

This week we had a very important pot luck to attend for Charlotte’s Music Department at North Springs High School and while pondering what to bring…BAM!  Bruschetta!!  Actually, I didn’t really think of using Bruschetta as a dressing until after I had gone to Kroger for some edamame, frozen corn, cherry tomatoes and green onions, but […]

Stuffed Mushrooms

Stuffed Mushrooms

Who doesn’t love stuffed mushrooms?  Especially when they have melted cheese all over them!!  I realize many recipes for stuffed mushrooms involve some kind of breaded stuffing or quinoa (we all know I enjoy quinoa) however, sometimes less is more.  For a nice appetizer to stick your fork into, try these.  They are fresh and […]

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