Candy Lee
Candy Lee
Candy Lee

Candy Lee

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This Easy Baked Lemon Chicken is easy! Made with fresh lemons, herbs and garlic, just bake it in the oven.

Copycat Carrabba's Herb Dip is an easy, fresh, homemade replica of the fresh herbs, olive oil, & warm bread served at the popular Italian food chain!

Grilled Bacon Onions....

DIY Parmesan Mini Bowls - fill with a variety of dips or make mini salads. You can make these up to 5 days ahead of time. Store them in an airtight container, and leave them in the fridge until you are ready to use them.

I absolutely LOVE Cocker Spaniels!!!!!

Cocker spaniels are my absolutely favorite

a little sunshine never hurt anybody..

Sweet, slightly creamy Hawaiian Pineapple Coconut Cashew Rice COOKED IN pineapple juice, crushed pineapple and coconut milk, brightened by cilantro, lime and roasted cashews – HEAVENLY! An easy side for any main dish and impressive enough for company. #pineapplerice #coconutrice #Hawaiianrice #cilantrolimerice

Cuban Garlic Chicken

Taco Crescents | Plain Chicken

Slow Cooked Moroccan Chicken with Mission Figs - such an amazing mix of flavours in this easy to prepare chicken dish. It's worth preparing just for the heavenly aroma that will fill your kitchen as it cooks.

The great thing about living in a (another) different country than the one I was born in

Flip Flop Sandwiches ~ cute idea for a beach or spa themed party Dawn Rodriguez !

These hearty Mexi Meatloaf Muffins are absolutely packed with spicy Mexican flavor, perfectly balanced with a cool, creamy guacamole topping. Only 138 calories or 3 Weight Watchers points each! www.emilybites.com

I would give anything to be able to swing in peace on this swing in the middle of beautiful Donegal, Ireland

We Irish descend from the Milesians (also known as the Gaels) came to Ireland in 504 BC from Galicia. The common ancestor of all Irish people is Míl Espáine (from whence the Milesians are named), who was the king of Galicia and northern Portugal and it is rather interesting that Míl Espáine, in Gaelic, means Soldier of Hispania!