Slinky Fish Craft

Slinky Fish Craft – All you need is construction paper, scissors and glue stick for this fun and colorful kids craft! The slinky “cut” makes the fish flexible, almost like it’s swimming! Over spring break we had lots of projects going on here at the house to keep the kiddos busy. We always seem to have some sort of project or experiment in the works. We’ve made squeeze balls, glitter water bracelets, magnetic slime and fairy bottles to name a few. {Read More}

Balsamic-Glazed Halibut

Balsamic Glazed Halibut – A flavorful brown sugar and balsamic glaze coats this light and flaky fish. This post is sponsored by alli®.  All thoughts and opinions are my own. A new meat market opened in town a while ago.  For months, I would just drive past – smiling and waving at their mascot standing alongside the road. You guys, this kid was dressed in a full-fledged hot dog suit with ketchup and mustard in the bun. Talk about a {Read More}

Lemon Baked Cod

Happy Friday everyone! Even though this was a shorter week because of Memorial Day, it still felt long. Was it long for you, too? Regardless, here we are, and it’s Friday. YEAH for Friday. Fridays here in Wisconsin are awesome especially when it comes to eating. Whether it’s Lenten season or not, every restaurant around has Friday fish specials. That’s just the way it is around here. . .fish fry Friday. So, I thought it was quite appropriate to share {Read More}

Brown Sugar Salmon

With all of the comfort food dishes I’ve been making lately, this Brown Sugar Salmon was definitely a welcome change. Seafood just tends to be a lighter and healthier option, and I try my best to incorporate it into our meal plans at least once or twice a week. This is my go-to recipe for salmon each and every time I make it. I’ve been making it this way for the last six years and I just have no desire to prepare {Read More}

Poor Man’s Lobster

Poor Man’s Lobster – What a great meal to put together for a dinner party or just a quiet night at home. The way this seafood is prepared brings out the freshness in the cod with no “fishy” taste. This recipe really does make cod taste like lobster! I absolutely love lobster. Every time my husband and I are out for a special dinner my mouth starts watering at the thought of this scrumptious delicacy (I live in the Midwest remember) being on the restaurant’s {Read More}