I’ve been looking for ways to get my family to eat vegetables. I sneak them in by adding the pulp from the juicer to things like spaghetti and casseroles and I try things like these veggie addins.
After my dad died, someone told me that “that first holiday will be really rough, so prepare yourself for it.” “That first holiday” after he died was Thanksgiving, as it turned out, and was made even harder because many times his birthday fell on that day. The holiday is forever tied with thoughts of birthday [...]
I’m continuing with the Downton Abbey obsession by sharing my recipe for cucumber sandwiches.
Like many of you, I’ve been eagerly awaiting the return of Downton Abbey, and was rewarded last night in a spectacular Season 3 start. Lucky for me, I’m not the only one I know who enjoys it. DH loves it too, so we decided to do a “Downton Abbey feast” last night to eat while [...]
There are certain recipes which every household home seems to have. Things like ham and potato soup or chicken noodle have probably been handed down from one person to another over and over. Another recipe like this is hamburger soup.
One thing the people in my life absolutely love (and sometimes, beg for) are blueberry muffins. I wish I could take credit for this, but I can’t. The reason for it is that I have a really great recipe. That’s all. (That’s the secret to being a fabulous cook, for those of you kitchen novices. [...]
I’ll admit that I never liked tuna, or anything that tuna was in (like tuna casserole) until I got married. My family, hubby especially, really loves it. Go figure. So I learned how to make it for that reason.