Moroccan-Spiced Roasted Cauliflower and Carrot Salad

My mom ended up in the hospital and had to have surgery on her hand. My family has pulled together with my mom getting out of the hospital and one thing they've done has brought my mom a few meals to tide her over since she can't do much of that herself. This is a... Continue Reading →


One Pot Cajun Chicken Pasta

Yield: about 4 large servings This is brilliant! I found this over at Spoonful of Flavor which is a blog you should totally check out. I have a yummy Creamy Chicken Bowtie Pasta which I love but this seems like a different variation which sounds delicious and awesome as it is a one pot meal.... Continue Reading →

Avocado Salsa

Sometimes I feel as if it is just too hot to eat. I like cool foods in the summer and a lot of times a Fresh Mex options is just the ticket because there is next to no cook time. This could be anything from a quesadilla to a salad. So this avocado salsa is... Continue Reading →

Salsa Verde Chicken

makes several meals worth ingredients 3 boneless chicken breasts thawed 1 jar of La Victoria Verde Salsa (best kind) Minced Garlic, dry is fine Pepper directions 1. Take chicken breasts thawed or frozen. Put them in a crock pot on low. 2. Cover chicken with minced garlic (dry is okay) and pepper. Then pour salsa... Continue Reading →

7 Layer Bean Dip

Great for parties and get togethers. Always goes over well. Also and easy summer dish you can make just to have around. ingredients Refried Beans: 2 16oz cans of beans or 1 30oz can Sour Cream: 16 oz container Cheese*: (we usually buy a large brick and use about half but how much cheese you... Continue Reading →

Cheoreg: A Holiday Favorite In My Family

Only for the serious baker as this is a very time consuming recipe but is great for family gatherings and to give as gifts. This is a favorite holiday recipe in our family. We tend to make it every Easter (as it is often called Easter Bread) but we often make it at Christmas time... Continue Reading →

Tortilla Soup

prep time: 10 min cook time: 20-25 min serves: 5 Quite literally the easiest soup in the world and one of the best. I also have to wonder if left over turkey would be good in this? Worth a try I think! Ingredients 1 large chopped onion 1 tablespoon oil 2 or 3 cups chopped... Continue Reading →

Easy Cheesy Manicotti

prep time: 15 min. cook time: 1 hr - 1 hr 20 mins. yields: 3-4 loaves Ingredients 1 jar (26oz) chunky- style tomato pasta sauce 2 boxes (9oz ea) frozen spinach, thawed, well drained 1 container (12oz) small curd creamed cottage cheese (1 1/2 cups) 1/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese 1 tsp. dried oregano leaves, crumbled... Continue Reading →

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