Savory Pepperoni Pizza Crescent Rolls

Sunday football is much less exciting without snacks. And this past Sunday, I was craving a savory snack that wouldn’t require too much effort. I’d had some leftover pizza ingredients from a pizza I had made earlier in the week, but I didn’t have any dough. I did, however, have some of those delicious Pillsbury crescent rolls (the most exciting part is popping the can, … Continue reading Savory Pepperoni Pizza Crescent Rolls

Homemade Mini Pasta Bar

Pasta is one of the world’s greatest comfort foods. Now that it’s well into September, those temperatures are finally starting to cool down a bit, which calls for warm, hearty meals. But sometimes, it’s hard to decide which type of pasta sauce I’m in the mood for. Plus, if I’m cooking for a group, not everyone always agrees on what to have for dinner. (My … Continue reading Homemade Mini Pasta Bar

Here’s What It’s Really Like to Train For Your First Marathon

Registering to run 26.2 miles is easy enough—it’s the training that tires out so many. Only a select few people actually have the stamina to train for months toward completing such a massive goal: Running a full marathon. But what is it like to actually train for one of these runs? We spoke with two marathon runners about the ups and downs of training for—and … Continue reading Here’s What It’s Really Like to Train For Your First Marathon