Alexandra Goelz
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Large Hand Painted Deer Silhouette, Woodland Nursery Art, Rustic Nursery Decor, Wood Wall Art, Deer Head Art, Baby Boy Nursery, Buck Head by osa

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The latest trend in boy nursery design is Buffalo Plaid! Take a look at our eclectic woodland perspective on the trend in this amazing black, white and navy nursery.

This amazing eclectic baby boy's nursery is everything & more! Get inspired by the buffalo check plaid wall, deer baby bedding, or amazing black & white accents

Chicken Mushroom Tortellini Bake

Chicken Mushroom Tortellini Bake: Tortellini pasta baked with chicken and mushrooms in a creamy sauce.

This Crock Pot Pork Loin with Gravy recipe is ah-mazing!

lb pork loin oz cream of mushroom soup oz pork roast gravy mix ½ cup water -- Place loin in crock pot. Spoon soup on top. Sprinkle with gravy mix. Cover, cook on low for hours


PIONEER WOMAN BOWTIE LASAGNA--use ground turkey, light or half the sour cream, skim mozzarella, add fresh chopped spinach. I used deer meat and made sauce and meat night before and just added cheese and sour cream and bowtie noodles the next day

Pioneer Woman's Baked Ziti

Pioneer Woman's Baked Ziti Print Ingredients pound Italian Sausage pound Ground Bee Tablespoons Olive Oil cloves Garlic, Minced whole Large Onion, Diced .

Now this is a cocktail worth sipping on all summer long. Grab your girlfriends and combine Chambord® raspberry liqueur, dry white wine, and soda water to make this Chambord® Spritz recipe! Brunch, pool-side party, you name it, this drink is sure to be a hit.

This is a cocktail worth sipping on all summer long. Chambord® raspberry liqueur, dry white wine, and soda water

Italian Sausage Lasagna- Up your lasagna game with Johnsonville Sausage. It’s a simple, delicious dish that your whole family will enjoy!

Italian Sausage Lasagna - made this recipe yesterday. Very easy and very tasty. Note: I would double the sauce and make it in a larger pan next time.