Hey guess what? I made you a new recipe with your three favorite words in the title — slow cooker chicken.
That’s right. Without fail, requests for slow cooker recipes and chicken recipes seem to far outweigh all other topics in surveys and your emails. So today I’m doing a two-for-one and also introducing a healthier new take on a classic — Slow Cooker Teriyaki Chicken!
I’m pretty sure you’re not going to want to miss this one, because I’m teaming up with some blogging friends to giveaway a gorgeous KitchenAid stand mixer and a juicer. Mixers and juicers just so happen to be two of my favorite kitchen appliances, and are perfect for whipping up some of the recipes on zee blog.
Happy New Year’s, everyone! For those of you on Instagram, just wanted to let you know about a giveaway that we’re hosting. Both the lucky winner and his/her friend will win a $100 Visa gift card, so hop on over to enter today!
You can enter by following the directions and copying the photo either from the original Instagram post (via @gimmesomeoven), or just by taking a photo or screenshot of the image above and posting that to Instagram. Best wishes, and cheers to a delicious month ahead!
Happy Friday, everyone! I hope this finds each of you well and enjoying the last few weeks of summer!
I realized that in the hustle and bustle of this summer, I completely missed celebrating the 4-year mark here at Gimme Some Oven. (Happy birthday, little blog!!) It still overwhelms me with gratitude to see how this blog has grown, and how many wonderful people have supported us along the way. You all are the best!!
For the beginning years professional life, I worked in a church, which automatically meant that I worked weekends. Seven years of weekends.
Don’t get me wrong, I loved my job there. But having every Saturday and Sunday automatically booked was tough, especially when the rest of the world and especially my friends were buzzing with energy of free time. Each weekend, I would try to squeeze in as much time with friends as I could before and after work. But more often than not, I found myself feeling distracted and rushed. And spontaneity was pretty much out of the question.