Favorite Cheesy Lasagna – freezer meal

Favorite Cheesy Lasagna (freezer meal)

The secret ingredient in this Lasagna recipe sends this lasagna flying off the charts! Lasagna is the  Italian comfort food, that always gets applause from my family. Why not make a few pans ahead and freeze them, so you can have this cheesy comfort food more often! My friends and I recently made this recipe […]

Tenderest Cardamom Pancakes

Tenderest Cardamom Pancakes ~ Yogurt Culture

Long celebrated as a versatile ingredient in cuisines across the globe, yogurt has recently emerged as a food of nearly unparalleled growth here in the United States. Photo Credit ~ Ellen Silverman In Yogurt Culture, award winning food writer Cheryl Steersman Rule gives us 115 flavorful recipes, taking yogurt farther than the breakfast table, lunchbox, or our […]

Crunchy Asian Salad with Yogurt Lime Dressing

Crunchy Asian Salad with Yogurt Lime Dressing

I am so excited about this salad!!  Why? Because my family loves it!  When my family gets excited by the food I make them, I get excited.  They were actually talking to each other about it!  Crunchy Asian Salad with Yogurt Lime Dressing was a buzz in our home.  Buzzzz!  I actually overheard Luke my “particular” […]

Book Club – Whistling Past the Graveyard

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It’s almost time for our May book club so I thought I’d best tell you about our March book!!  We read Whistling Past the Graveyard by Susan Crandall.  I personally loved this book.  If  you loved The Help, or Kitchen House you will love this book too.  The characters were so real to me, I […]

Herb Butter Baked Potato

Herb Butter Baked Potatoes

Jazz up your ordinary baked potato with fresh herbs and garlic!  This recipe can easily be made ahead making it a great side dish for summertime cooking. Truth be told I don’t make potatoes often enough.  I’m not sure why because I actually love potatoes.  I grew up eating potatoes practically everyday.  That German and Irish […]

The Art of Making Salad

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Truth be told I love salad, and more than anything I appreciate a well put together salad.  But honestly I do not love to make salad.  I don’t know why.  It’s really not that hard.  Maybe it’s because my favorite sort of salads tend to be a bit more complex.  Layered.  Full bodied.  No I’m not […]

Baked Ham and Cheese Sandwiches

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Baked Ham and Cheese Sandwiches are a delicious alternative that can be made the day before and packed in your lunch.  Eat them cold or warm them up in a microwave for that hot out of the oven taste! My son says Baked Ham and Cheese Sandwiches are the “best lunch ever”.   I agree! […]

French Dip Sandwiches

make ahead freezer French Dip Sandwiches

French dip sandwiches are so easy to make and everyone always gobbles them up. French Bread loaded with tender slow cooked beef, that has been shredded, served with a small dish of the juice for dipping. Recently I got together with a few friends and we spent the day making meals to fill our freezers. […]

Vanilla Bean Cardamom Scones

Vanilla Bean Cardamom Scones

Easter morning always calls for a sweet treat of some sort, Vanilla Bean Cardamom Scones are the perfect sweet but not too sweet treat to enjoy with your Sunday coffee. I made these scones with Easter in mind. I normally make Braided Cardamom Bread for Easter morning, however since we will be away from home […]

Recipe sharing

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Recently I have tried a few really delicious recipes that I’ve found on other bloggers sites.  I thought I had better share them with you…since it’s not nice to withhold a good recipe from a good friend now is it?! Cheater Korean Beef from Barefeet In The Kitchen is so easy and super flavorful.  From […]

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