July 15 2014
Jalapeno Popper Chicken
2 chicken breasts
3 Tbsp Neufchâtel
1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese
2 tsp taco seasoning
1 jalapeño, seeds removed, sliced
1/4 cup Panko breadcrumbs
Pepper to taste
Mix Neufchâtel, cheddar, taco seasoning together in a small bowl.
Butterfly both breasts. Fill each w half of cheese mixture and top w jalapeño slices. “Close” up chicken breasts and roll outsides in breadcrumbs. Bake in foil lined pan at 350 for 25 minutes.
We had ours w chipotle sweet potato fries and steamed veggies. 😊
June 4 2014
My first post as Mrs. Baronetski. Wow the last year flew by! I’ve been so delinquent on my recipe posts that I’m not sure where to start. Instead of diving in and picking up where I may have left off, for now I’ll share our wedding & honeymoon photos.
Here’s to our exciting new beginning!
First date throwback- can’t believe I get to marry this guy in 30 days!! #tbt #firstdate #30days
Still reminiscing through our first year here. After we got engaged the rest of the Summer flew by.
I infused a pineapple vodka that made great screwdrivers.
In August I hit the big 25 and found my wedding gown.
We switched our wedding from a cruise to the 1805 Harmonist Barn.
New jobs for both of us again in October!
Then engagement photos, 2nd place in the Zelienople Chili Cookoff, and Halloween party at the barn.
Thanksgiving came and went.
In December we had family and friends over after getting the biggest tree possible for our space.
Our wedding save-the-dates and invitations took up our free time but luckily made it out with the proper postage.
2014: winter-glam after tearing down Christmas decorations.
Another great homemade Valentines’ Day dinner.
We’ve got the place covered in mossy Spring decor until Easter now, our final holiday yet to be celebrated at TWO14.
And in 40 days we’ll be married! Whew. And here’s to many more.
Mar. 30 2014
Here’s to Zelienople! We moved in April 1, 2013 and I could have never imagined all that would take place in the last year. I realize we are so fortunate so many opportunities have come our way and in 42 days we’ll Mr. and Mrs. Baronetski! I seriously remind myself daily how lucky I am!
We moved in the day after Easter, and had dinner and beers in downtown Zelie. We BOTH started new jobs in April.
Curtis infused Bacon Jalepeno Vodka: awesome bloody mary’s!
My first blogging in the new place I finally made it onto being published on Foodgawker.com! Goal of blog: accomplished via confetti cupcakes!
My first homemade wine, Syrah was a great experience. Syrah, sangria, and cinco de mayo all benefited.
Curtis’ 29th birthday party was spent with friends and family here.
Memorial day in our small town was great and introduced us to the very active community here.
We went to the first annual concert and beer festival in the park.
In July Curtis made it onto ESPN talking about our buccos :)
We set off the legal backyard fireworks and sparklers the same week.
Days later we were ENGAGED!! Holy Cow!
Mossy Country Cottage
Spring is finally in the air! The place is just about spruced up, I just have to make a wreath for the door and I’m ready for Easter.
When I need a break from all the wedding prep
It’s Winter Glam in this place after taking down all the Christmas decorations. It always feels so empty and lackluster after stuffing the holidays back into boxes in the attic so I decided this would get me through until the next excuse I’ll have to theme decorate.
Feb. 6 2014
Copycat Chipotle burrito bowl. Delicious success.
Feb. 4, 2014
I have been on such a hiatus from my regular posts- I just have to share some of what I’ve been working on! I’m so excited to be finishing my wedding invitations this week. I can’t believe I have less than 100 days left til the I-Dos!