Some of Our Favourite Blogs

Some of Our Favourite Blogs

It is hard to believe that is has been almost 2 years since Christine and I started this blogging adventure – Mojo and Moxie. What started out as a casual discussion over a few glasses a wine has turned into building of a community of women that we have met in person and online. When we began our planning process, we researched and read lots of blogs. So here are some of our favourite blogs that you may be interested in.

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Chicken Marbella

Chicken Marbella

Are you at your wits end trying to come up with interesting but not too complicated dinner ideas? Chicken Marbella might just be the revival your dinner hour is looking for.

If you have teens and young adults who have come home from college, or are suddenly “always around” – for obvious reasons – you might be like me and struggling with keeping up with their food intake.

  • I’m not used to how much they eat
  • We are all bored and this kitchen feels like it is open 24/7.

SO – on that note…with all the extra time we’ve got these days, I’ve committed to adding new recipes to my repertoire, and attempting some unusual suspects in my fav cookbooks.

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Movie Night Charcuterie Board

Movie Night Charcuterie Board

Every once in a while the universe has a way of saying it might be time to slow down. Some times it is a gentle nudge and other times it is a full on slap you in the face kinda way. When you have that time, movies seem to be the comfort for many. And now with so many movies streaming online, you can watch them in the comfort of your own home. But maybe you still want the movie theatre snacks. How about a Movie Night Charcuterie Board. Like a wine and cheese board (although that would still be top on my list), but with movie snacks instead.

Movie Night charcuterie board

Charcuterie boards are made up of a variety of different foods, all on one plate or board. Charcuterie is the art of prepping and assembling cured meats. The word originates from France and is translated to Pork Butcher Shop. But today we use the word loosely and we can assemble anything on a board or plate to eat and make it a charcuterie.

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