Welcome to Spill the Beans! A (mostly) food blog written by Erin, a former clinical audiologist in Baltimore, turned stay-at-home-mother of two little girls living in London! Pictured below enjoying one of my favorite pastimes: eating my dessert and my husband’s (who I will only refer to as “the GS”) at a restaurant. We don’t get out much these days so expect to find infrequent posts about weeknight meals, a lot of ambivalent book reviews, and some travel content that involves being back at your hotel by 7PM. Glad you’re here, please come back?
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Great job ladies! Thoroughly enjoyed the writing, wit and recipes.
I’m convinced when Erin leaves for grad school this week, I will miraculously drop 10 pounds. However, we will miss her immensely.
I feel comforted by your blog? Weird? Perhaps, but either way I enoyed reading and will continue to follow! Sheila, I’m glad to see your still gettin wild on Thursday nights (I think thursday was the mojitos? can’t remember) and this just brings the distance between us a little closer and I will hold my end of the bargain up by baking or eating my mozz sticks
I love the way that you girls have chosen to celebrate your long – distance friendship! You both are very bright and talented! Oh, did I mention funny, too?! Looking forward to being entertained on a regular basis!
My mom just introduced me to this blog (She is friends with your parents), and I LOVE the recipes you guys have put in here. I know that me and my boyfriend are always up for trying new things, we’re trying to be a bit healthier and eat at home, and I’ve already picked out about 15 things I want to try and make. Keep up the good work. Your blog is informative, and also really funny!
Aw thanks! I’m glad you’re enjoying it. I got to see your parents at the lake over the summer which was nice- it’s been years! Send me any suggestions for recipes you would like to see, and good luck with in the kitchen 🙂
Love your style and recipes. How about some creative uses for peas and dry beans(navy, black, red, pink, and of course, pintos), lentils and garbonzos(chick peas). These are all very healthy pulse grains and good for you (and your heart) but they need your creative touch!!! Farmers in the Dakotas where I live grow thousands of acres but few enjoy them so go for it. Check out NorthernPulseGrowers.com for their info on uses of these legume grains. Life is good.
All the best.
Glad you’re enjoying the blog! I have quite a few recipes with lentils, black beans, and chickpeas, but I’ll see what other ideas I can come up with!
I just found your blog (through pinning something on pinterest) and I love your recipes, style of writing, and flair for life. You could be the next Pioneer Woman? ha ha. Thanks for sharing your recipes and zest for life. I am trying to be healthier and found several fun recipes to enjoy. Thanks again for your time spent on this fun blog.
Thank you so much! I’m glad you enjoy it. I will try to keep up with the posts 🙂
Was introduced to your blog at a fabulous wedding shower last weekend and cannot wait to try more of the recipes!
thank you so much!! the shower was definitely fabulous 🙂 looking forward to seeing you at the wedding!