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Woeber’s Cran-Gouda Turkey Sliders

Right before Thanksgiving I was sent an amazing package from Woeber Mustard! They have sooo many mustards, mayos, and more! They are manufactured right out of Springfield, Ohio. One of the things I picked out of the box was their Cranberry Honey Mustard. My first thought was, “turkey and cheese slider!”

That one jar of yummy mustard inspired this incredible slider recipe! -And since then I’ve created various recipes from this one! It’s so much fun! I highly encourage you to make tweaks per your taste – or what inspires you! BUT you have to promise me one thing – – – even if you think you don’t like worshisire sauce, you have to use it in your recipe, it gives this taste that you will love!!

MY favorite thing about this recipe? It’s perfect for sprucing up these holiday left overs! This is a great way to take the left over ham and turkey to the next level!

Woeber’s Cran-Gouda Turkey Sliders

makes 12

What you need:

sweet rolls – I used the Sara Lee sweet hawaiian rolls. They seem to be the biggest and best for sliders.

1lb turkey – If not holiday leftovers, I would order from the deli counter and ask for it cut extra thick.

Gouda Cheese

Woeber’s Cranberry Honey Mustard

For the glaze:

1/2 cup brown sugar

1/4th cup  Woeber’s Worshisire sauce

1/2 stick of butter

1 clove of garlic minced

1 tbs Woeber’s Dijon mustard

What to do:
Coat your cake pan with non stick cooking spray

Prep your rolls and cut them open to be ready for a slider. The Sara Lee rolls are precut but just need some help.

Spread out your Woeber’s Cranberry Honey Mustard to the bottoms of your sliders.

Assemble out your turkey and cheese sliders in your pan.

Prepare your Woeber’s glaze – warm your sauce pan on medium – melt your butter + garlic. Add in the worshisire sauce, dijon mustard, and brown sugar. Warm only until the glaze starts to thicken.

Pour your glaze over your sliders + cover with foil.

Bake covered with foil for 15 minutes and then uncovered for an additional 3-5 minutes.

Are you hungry for a Woeber’s slider now? Woeber’s products can be purchased locally at Kroger, Meijer, and Family Dollar stores. They have sooooooo many condiments- even a mayo/ketchup blend that I must get my hands on!  Definitely check them out and support local business next time you’re shopping for your condiments.


*This post was sponsored by Woeber’s but this recipe and my opinions are my own

Let me know if you make this recipe and how you put your spin on it! Instead of turkey-ham? Add pickles? Top with seeds? Let me know!

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I Tried It: Murder Mystery Dinner

The husband and I were invited to come check out

The Murder Mystery Company’s – Murder Mystery Dinner. 


It was something I had kind of heard of before but not really heard much about. When I told people our plans beforehand everyone said, “please tell me what you think, I’ve been dying to know!”

Sooooo here I am to give you guys my review and everything you need to know!


A 2 hour, interactive, three course meal + add in the idea of playing the game of clue in real life! You’ve got a murder to solve, you’ve got suspects, you’ve got clues, and more! The coolest part of all? You get to be involved! I’m more of an observer, so I loved seeing all of these dinner guests totally nail their part when they would get called out to participate. So many good actors at our dinner! I was totally okay with my sole job as being a detective. The husband on the other hand…got called up to help act out a murder scene and totally flopped, froze, failed…and I’m probably going to end up as the next Murder Mystery Dinner story for telling you all that but guess what?!

He lived. We all laughed in good fun. It was totally okay! We are not all Jimmy Fallons. I did feel a little like a mom watching her son on stage forget his lines. I hung my head with a little disappointment. Imrov classes will be his Christmas gift for sure!


We attended the Cincinnati location at The Old Spaghetti Factory in Fairfield. When I heard that’s where it was I totally thought hmmm…the restaurant was closed then? Nope. They “snuck us in the back to the speakeasy” shhhh…don’t say I told you. But really, how cool? It totally added to the element of a 1920’s mob wedding.


Check out your nearest location here! Sign up for a dinner and it’s that simple! I highly recommend it. Bring your A game if you want to win some prizes: best dressed, team who solves the murder, etc. We had the VIP package and got our fun photos to take home!

Oh and I can’t forget to tell you the best part? You end the night with ice cream!

I think you will highly enjoy it!

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Five Ways To Kick Start Your Fitness Routine!

Before you kick start anything…you have to find your why.

Upcoming vacation?

Self Care?

Drop some lbs?

Tone up?

Meet new people?

Got it? Alight. Now whatever it is (big or small) remember it whenever you think about skipping class or skipping the last rep!

here’s five way’s to turn that why into why not:

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Flowers & Bread

Okay, so it’s been a few months since my visit to Flowers & Bread…but I could not forget to share this Columbus gem with you all! You just blink an eyelash extension and months go by! BUT I promise a visit to Flowers & Bread will be a place for you to put a pause on life and enjoy the beauty in the details.

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