Warning: Declaration of StatigramWidget::widget($args) should be compatible with WP_Widget::widget($args, $instance) in /var/www/app/wp-content/plugins/instagram-image-gallery/plugin.php on line 0
Socks for the 4th and Amazing Anniversary Potatoes

Socks for the 4th and Amazing Anniversary Potatoes


A lot of working it out today. A lot of sweating on the community mic screen. Yeah, gross that a lot of use the same one right? Sometimes it’s a little wet because of the person who taught before you.  I really need to restock my personal ones to bring with me.


Oh, and just a little matchy matchy for the second round of classes. Silly.

Best new song in spin class today- Flashdance- What a Feeling. We did a hill climb to it and it was awesome.


You might have already seen these, but I just had to show you how cool these new socks are.


I didn’t wear them today (they didn’t match), but I’m already excited to be sporting them for the 4th whether I’m racing or not.


These will most likely sell out pretty quickly, so if you want to get your hands on some (or get your feet in some rather), order them now and use JL4 for 40% off and FREE shipping.


Which reminds me, the winner chosen by random.org of the Pro Compression GIVEAWAY is

#26 Erica.


Email me your mailing information and what size and product you want and I’ll send it along.


I love giving stuff away.


I also love roasted butternut squash with dark cocoa powder and cinnamon.



After roasting at 375 for 45 minutes or so.


In a big STUFTified bowl with coconut oil, Peanut Free NuttZo and almond butter.


Good stuff.


Random, but I forgot how much I love roasted cauliflower too.


Dang it is so great dipped in marinara sauce.

Same goes for Brussel sprouts.


Both were on the menu tonight with a few other things.


Um, I also love this picture from our Father’s Day feast Sunday.



My bro put together one heck of a BBQ Sunday night.


I was in charge of roasted zucchini and potatoes. I figured I’d do the zucchini my way and then go with the standard people pleasing recipe for the potato dish.


I love quick, easy, throw together side dishes that can please a crowd. These have absolutely nothing to do with any sort of STUFT detox or no sugar challenge or anything. They are definitely not dairy free, but they are ridiculously delicious and easy.

These potatoes I made for Father’s Day impressed everyone (even all the men) so I figured it was worth sharing. It’s the least I can do.

This is a good old easy, cheesy, hash brown potato side dish made from frozen hash browns.

Yep. I’m just all over the darn place.

I didn’t take any pictures of the dish when I threw it together because that’s exactly what I did. It wasn’t pretty. I got a few shots of the leftovers (while we still has some) though.

Here you go.



Mmmmm hmmmm….

Nothing STUFTified about these.


But they will impress the best.


And you know who are the best in my world?

These two.

2012-08-19 08.53.24

Grandma and Papap.

Today was their 41st wedding anniversary and I dropped the ball yet again on really giving them a celebration they deserve. We should really take them on some awesome vacation or something like they did for us way back in the day before J and J.


(Throwback picture from a family Belize trip in 2009.)

Instead I just made some measly potatoes for Father’s Day.


My poor parents.

Love you Mom and Dad!

Happy Anniversary!



Do you have a favorite easy go to side dish you bring to events?

(I usually hit up Costco when I’m desperate. Ha ha.)

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...


  1. 1
    Marvin says:

    Yum! ALL your food items looks so delicious! I’m going to have to try that “People Pleasing Hash Brown Dish” after my 6-week session with my nutritionist though haha… saving that for later! Thanks!

  2. 2
    Erica says:

    ahhhhhhhhhhhh! I can’t believe I won! I couldn’t be more excited! Emailing you now. I taught twice yesterday and used the community mic ball too…it is totally gross. I”m ordering more balls now. That cauliflower sounds yummy. Maybe lunch today!

  3. 3

    Happy Anniversary to your parents! The hashbrown sounds like a serious crowd pleaser to me! I don’t normally do a side dish when I take things to gatherings, but I almost always am in charge of bringing the caramel gooey bars. Serious crowd pleaser there.

  4. 4
    Lisa says:

    Happy Anniversary to your parents!
    Dying over your butternut squash. I’m still all about the kabocha over here. Is the butternut better on your tummy than the kabocha do you think?
    And I kind of just want to eat all your scrumptious food. Even if it is lightly burnt 🙂 Still looks good to me.

  5. 5
    Chels R. says:

    Those taters look awesome! Ugh I loathe teaching on a sweaty mic when someone teaches before me! Thankfully I don’t have to encounter that often since I’m always the first to teach in the mornings but I ALWAYS always have the disinfectant wipes handy. I will have to check out the Flashdance song! Love hill climbs!!

  6. 6
    Lexy says:

    Yum! The hashbrowns look tasty and sound easy – my kind of cooking! I’ll have to try it out. My classic side dish for parties is a pasta salad – I buy the “Suddenly Salad” original pasta salad – then add tons to it – lots of fresh veggies, diced chicken, diced pepperoni if I have it, and feta cheese. Delicious! Happy anniversary to your parents!

  7. 7

    I tend to bring a lot of salads or dips to get-togethers. I have some great recipies that are healthy(ish) and can easily be made in large batches.

  8. 8
    elizabeth says:

    That’s my usual potluck dish — I can’t cook a bean but this never fails for me. Hurrah

  9. 9

    Everything looks amazing especially that nuttzo! 🙂 I am not a cook so Costco for me! 🙂


  1. […] post so soon after that amazing People Pleasing Hash Brown Dish […]

Speak Your Mind


© 2011-2021 STUFT Mama All Rights Reserved