Say Cheese

One of the benefits of living in Florida, is Spring Training.  While the Reds no longer train in Florida, there are plenty of teams that do.  Of course I do not support these… Continue reading

Because I am a Foodie

I am a Foodie through and through.  I love food.  I love to eat.  I love eating as much as I possibly can.  I love trying different food items.  I just am a Foodie. … Continue reading


The first time I went to a Red Robin, was in Cincinnati.  It was great.  The burger was awesome and the fries were endless.  I totally loved the meal.  This was back in… Continue reading

Say What?

I go about always looking for new items that I can review here in Grandma’s Backyard.  Of course, the Limited Time Offerings or New Features from restaurants are a given but, often times,… Continue reading

Muy Delicioso

As a proud half-Mexican, I love Mexican food.  Love it.  By far, it is my favorite cuisine.  Everything about it – from the tacos and enchiladas to the homemade tortillas and beans –… Continue reading

To Be Real

The only time I normally ever purchase candy, is around a Holiday.  Yes, every so often I get myself a bag of M&Ms but, those times are few and far between.  Candy is… Continue reading

Now That’s a Pretzel

I apologize for my lack of posts this week…I had a crazy busy work week and was just spent when I got home every night.  To make up for that, we post tonight…we… Continue reading

A Tampa Favorite

Way back in January (yes, this is so overdo), we were in Tampa for the USF Mens Basketball Game vs Notre Dame.  The game was at 12:00pm so the plan was to watch the… Continue reading

Bring On the Bunnies

Before Valentine’s Day was even over, the Easter items were beginning to appear.  I love how we just continually rush time.  I do it on a daily basis – counting down the days… Continue reading

I Can’t Quit You

Quaker Chewy Bars are one of those things that seem to be a staple in my life.  They  have no nutritional value, do not provide any substantial amount of filling and are pretty much… Continue reading