Tag Archive: food

Sep 03 2014

Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop 155

Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop 155 It’s Time for the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop 155 and I can’t wait to see what you link up this week. ♥ Wow this week is flying..My favorite thing this week is…..  the fabric on the new pillows. It is a wonderful turquoise and apple green. In our great …

Continue reading »

Aug 11 2014

Make It Monday Week Fifteen

Make It Monday Week Fifteen- It is time for Make it Monday week fifteen. After a week of fun with our grandchildren I am still a bit tired and I have fallen behind in my online work. But, all of the happy memory making outweighs all of that. I hope you had a great weekend and that …

Continue reading »

Jun 10 2014

Arugula Salad with Strawberries

Arugula Salad with Strawberries, Grapes and Goat Cheese- Summer time is salad time, well at least it is at our house. Warm  weather ( hottttt weather here in Utah) makes it so difficult to spend a lot of time in a hot kitchen. We have been fortunate to have plenty of fresh lettuce from our veggie …

Continue reading »

Apr 14 2014

Egg Roll Pie

Egg Roll Pie- I know it sounds like an odd name for a recipe. But I do get creative and take a lot of liberties when it comes to naming my recipes, giggle. Sometimes recipes come out of leftovers in the fridge and when I discovered we had a package of  egg roll wrappers and …

Continue reading »

Mar 17 2014

Meal Planning Recipes

Meal Planning Recipes- Here it is Monday already and a rough week is behind me. Thank you to all who sent prayers love and light my way regarding my recent MRI. Now I must wait for the results. As you can imagine meals were kept very simple at our home with chicken and soups, you …

Continue reading »

Feb 03 2014

Cheesy Chicken Loaf

Cheesy Chicken Loaf- A new week is here already, wow the weekend flew by. I hope everyone had a nice weekend. The new week brings wonderful possibilities and opportunities to try something new. Today’s recipe is an easy and delicious start to the week and a nice alternative to ground beef meatloaf. What You Need …

Continue reading »

Jan 27 2014

Lemon Meringue Cupcakes

Lemon Meringue Cupcakes- I love the wonderful flavor of lemon. I make quite a few treats and desserts with lemon. You can find some of my lemon recipes HERE. I am welcoming the new week with a bit of lemon today too. Lemon Meringue Cupcakes! A swirl of lemon meringue creates the delicious airy topping …

Continue reading »

Jan 13 2014

Mushroom Soup

Mushroom Soup Life throws us curve balls once in a while. Last week I failed to catch mine. I was forced to be unplugged as I was without internet service for days. Boy do I have a lot to catch up on.  I missed you all. ♥  Then I found out I was one of …

Continue reading »

Dec 30 2013

Pumpkin Cream Cheese Cake

Pumpkin Cream Cheese Cake I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas celebration. I am still recovering, giggle. I have packed away all of the holiday decor and  I am ready for the new year and all it has to bring. I look forward to seeing what you link up at the hop this week.  If …

Continue reading »

Dec 09 2013

Gingerbread House Tour

Gingerbread House Tour Holiday baking usually includes some sort of yummy gingerbread creations. The aroma of gingerbread cooking just screams Christmas to me! I shared my gingerbread loaf with you last year and you can get the recipe HERE.Today I am sharing my gingerbread house and inviting you to join me at the Katherines Corner …

Continue reading »

Nov 25 2013

Banana Nut Muffins

Banana Nut Muffins I am happy to start your week and morning off with these yummy breakfast muffins! Banana nut muffins aren’t just for breakfast though( wink). Easy to make and delicious to eat. They are a nice compliment to a cup of tea, coffee, glass of milk, morning craving, afternoon snack, midnight snack,um well …

Continue reading »

Nov 18 2013

Raspberry Pie Fries

Raspberry Pie Fries It was a wonderful snowy weekend here perfect for baking.I was in the local shop the other day with our oldest granddaughter and we saw a pie mold for Pie Fries. I thought, “do I really need a mold for that?”  The answer is below! What You Need I Pre-made refrigerator pie …

Continue reading »

Nov 08 2013

Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Thanksgiving Side Dishes The wonderful feast of thanksgiving is filled with side dishes! I can make  a meal with the side dishes alone. One of my favorite things is a cranberry and stuffing sandwich. A roll with a bit of margarine, a thin slice of cranberry and a tablespoon of stuffing. Smoosh it all together …

Continue reading »

Oct 14 2013

Beef Rouladen

Beef Rouladen   This beef rouladen recipe always reminds me of my childhood. My Father loved it and my Mother made it for him as often as she could. It really is an easy recipe and uses round steak which is fairly in expensive. I have seen recipes that also add pickles. This is terrific …

Continue reading »

Oct 08 2013

Taste Of Home

Taste of Home I have taken a seat at the table with Taste Of Home. I am happy to share that I am a Taste Of Home Blogger*. You are most likely already familiar with the Taste of Home Magazine. It is filled to the brim with yummy recipes. When it comes to serving up …

Continue reading »

Older posts «