Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Oven Baked Hard Boiled Eggs

So I saw this all over Facebook awhile back, but finally tried it. I like the simplicity for Easter eggs!

Oven Baked Hard Boiled Eggs
Modified from Food Network

1 dozen eggs
Preheat oven to 325.  Put an egg in each cup of a 12 cup muffin pan.  Bake for 30 minutes then remove and cool.  If you are going to peel them, drop them right away into an ice bath.  If not, you can cool just normally.
Makes 1 dozen eggs.

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Pepperoni 'n' Cheese Crescents

This is an "old" recipe that I found in Reminisce. I am always looking for good game night food and this was a winner.  Handheld, yet filling and very versatile!

Pepperoni 'n' Cheese Crescents
Modified from Reminisce
2 (8 oz) cans refrigerated Crescent rolls
sliced pepperoni (or sliced ham)
sliced provolone or mozzarella cheese (or Swiss if you are doing ham)
egg white

Preheat oven to 375.  Separate dough into individual triangles (this said 8....with two containers, I had 16....now either theirs was a typo or they were making larger ones than me...I also used store brand not the Pillsbury they were using, maybe that is also different? But mine were fine).  Place three slices of  pepperoni (or you can use ham) on each triangle. Please about a half of slice of cheese on top.  Roll up, starting at the point.  Place on cookie sheet, seam side down.  Brush with egg whites.  Bake for 10-14 minutes or until golden brown.

So I think this is very versatile. I did both pepperoni and provolone and then ham and Swiss. The pepperoni and provolone were the favorites, although hubby would rather than mozzarella (I like provolone and it was in the fridge).   You could really do any combo you wanted here. 

Makes 16 (at least for me) little roll ups. 

Monday, March 23, 2015


I just updated the kids' work online plus my scrapbooks. 

Church School

Adam loves his "church school." 
10 Commandments
Letter to God, "I love you."

Spelling Words

Working on his spelling words!

Partial Fractions

I was working on partial fraction decomposition problems for a student...this is part of ONE problem.  Yep....partial fractions are fun....

My "Office"

My "office" at Mat-Su - the adjunct office (well one of them) that we all share.

Weber Gaming Blog

Remember that you can check out gaming blog!

Adam's Thank You Cards

Adam's thank you cards from his birthday

Valentine's Day


Adam had to make a mailbox and had a bunch of requirements. This is what he made.

I liked our cards...we added the cut outs from the Cricut to the envelopes!


Adam making cards

Finally finished!

Sunday, March 22, 2015

Halley's Area

Halley needed her own area in our garage (we don't let her in the house because the cat is so weird)

Fixing up the "helping" chair

This was the chair Billy and I used at OUR great grandma's house.  Here is Andrew fixing it up with his great grandma! 

All fixed up. :)

Downed Tree

Wind storm left us a present!


Stomping in Puddles

Ice road biking!

Petting Sadie!

Recent Cards

I love the butterfly cards!

Adam playing Hockey

My hockey player! I will say this season SO should have been over the end of February...we still have a couple more weeks to go and definitely all done! 

Friday, March 06, 2015

Spring Break....

Ah, spring break (at least for one university)....this has been a crazy year.  I'm teaching two new classes, now face to face, and I hope these will eventually settle down, but I have a feeling it will take awhile to get a groove like I have with the online ones.  Overall, they are going okay, though. Definitely a change!  And darn it, the students are YOUNG!!  I feel so OLD!!  There is a wide age group, though, from students who are obviously older than me (some have grandkids for instance) to those much younger (seemingly traditional students).

I am hoping to get caught up on a bunch of stuff, including posting pictures, over break....we shall see if it happens!