The Tri Factor

thanksgiving

Tri-ed & True — Perfect Cranberry Sauce

This is super easy. I always make this perfect cranberry sauce the night before and just pop it in the fridge until it’s time for the big meal. I love making things that you can just throw everything into one pot and forget about it until it’s done. If you have people in your family […] Read more…

Tri-ed & True — Stuffing Muffins

These Stuffing Muffins are crazy good. I’ll be the first to admit, I’m not the biggest fan of stuffing. It’s often too plain, too soggy, it’s an extra carb that’s secondary to rolls and mashed potatoes so why even bother? Not to mention that it requires oven time right before serving which is precious real […] Read more…

Tips & Tri-cks — Get Cozy

Where I live in the Bay, we don’t get to have actual seasons. The seasons normally go — Spring, Summer, slightly chilly Fall, no Winter and then back to Spring again. Particularly because we’re in the middle of a drought, we’ve only started experiencing nippy temperatures. This is my favorite time of the year because […] Read more…

TTF Celebrates — 5 Things We’re Most Thankful For

This is my favorite time of the year. Specifically, Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. Christmas is near and dear to me as well, but particularly with the additional hustle and bustle of finals, shopping, wrapping, decorating etc. I sometimes lose focus on what the holiday is really about to me. Thanksgiving on the other hand, […] Read more…

Pas-Tri-es — Lattice Crusted Apple Pie

I’ve made this pie at least 3 times a year every fall. I’ve spent a long time coming up with an apple pie recipe that was perfect. I have a specific criteria when it comes to apple pies (1) it must be chock-full of apples, (2) there can’t be too much liquid, (3) the crust […] Read more…