7 Night-Time Worker Meal Ideas that Can Be Made in Under 20 Minutes

I hear it all the time from several of my amazing clients: “Clarissa, I just don’t have the time to put a lunch together. I am flat out exhausted when I get home in the morning from doing graveyard shift. After I make an attempt to get about 5 or 6 hours of sleep, I…

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Raiding the Pantry: Clarissa’s Chicken and Orzo Soup Recipe

In my “Friday Meal Planning Tips” that I post to Facebook, I have asked the question “What is in your pantry?” This weekend, I actually had the opportunity to bless someone with a meal made straight from my pantry and fridge. My mama called me this past Saturday to tell me she was feeling woozy.…

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Don’t Give Your Money To The Restaurants On The Weekends

I am a self-proclaimed foodie, and I love trying out new restaurants on the weekends. A lot of times on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, it is so much easier for me to grab something and bring it home. I don’t have to heat up the kitchen, or make a big mess. From pizza and wings,…

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Health on the Stealth: “Snowed In” Chicken Parmesan Sliders

I’m from Alabama. Alabama doesn’t get snow that often, and when we do, we have to shut down all the non-essential places or we will have a “Snow-pocalypse” situation like we did in 2014. (I have a story about that, but that is another blog for another day.) Anyway, we were scheduled to have snow…

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This Is, Hands Down, My Most FAVORITE Chicken Salad Recipe

I am cleaning off my old Facebook Business page before I shut it down on 1/1/2018. I wrote some really good notes on that page that I wanted to save, so I am pulling them off Facebook and onto my blog. This one was written February 19, 2009, and it is, hands down, my FAVORITE…

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Creating Healthy Meals: Garlic Lime Chicken

My slow cooker gets really good use – every month of the year. I honestly don’t know where I would be without the slow cooker – setting meals up to cook while I am sleeping, or getting everything in the cooker on weekend morning before church or running errands. And when I wake up (or…

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