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 →

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11th Day of Christmas: Creamed Corn with Variations

Okay this is by far one of my favorite recipes for a slow cooker. I absolutely love this and while I've posted it before I thought I'd do so again with some added variations I've found online. Now I have to tell you I've already had some of this at our extended family Thanksgiving but... Continue Reading →

6th Day of Christmas: Slow Cooker Cheesy Bacon Hashbrowns

My family tends to do Christmas on Christmas Eve. I'm not entirely sure why we continued this tradition which is something instituted long ago when we were kids. It would be only 1 gift on Christmas Eve which generally morphed into all of them and leaving the stocking for Christmas morning because at the time,... Continue Reading →

1st Day of Christmas: Pomegranate/Cranberry Dip

Pomegranate/Cranberry Dip Quick intro! So this year's 25 Days of Christmas posting is themed as gifts you can give and recipes. Yep! I sussed out 25 recipes/gift ideas because I was trying to think what I could do and decided that a lot of yummy recipes would be fun. Some of them are actually normal... 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 →

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 →

Delicious Mango Salsa

A delicious additions to the summer. Great on steak, chicken, fish and so much more.... ingredients 2-3 Mangos 1 Red bell pepper 1 Small bunch of green onions 1/2 bunch of cilantro Salt and Pepper to taste Drizzle of Honey (optional) 1 Tablespoon Lime juice (optional) directions 1 Mix all ingredients and serve. 2 Great... Continue Reading →

Fun and Easy Food For New Years

Something I loved making as a kid and still do is English Muffin Pizzas. They are super easy and both kids and adults love them. Also, if you plan on having a New Years Party you can make several different types of pizza and cut them up for finger food. It is win win and... Continue Reading →

Much More Than Jello

Who likes Jell-O? Well, I suppose many out there do because it is still a thriving business. I, however, have never been a fan.... until my mother made this Jell-O recipe for my siblings and I when we were children. Now we like to make it every Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter though I'm seriously considering... Continue Reading →

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