The Twinkies Cookbook – Review

I received this complimentary cookbook from Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own. 

The BEST Fall Apart Chuck Roast Recipe

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An Open Letter to Costco – Why So Many Organics?

Dear Costco, On a recent trip to a Colorado Springs Costco I bopped over to the frozen food section, because frankly, I love being able to purchase large bags of frozen veggies so that when I’m pressed for time I can throw some in my steamer and a healthy side dish is on the table […]

Easter is Springing – Steamed Eggs

Happy Spring! Of course, as I write this it’s cloudy, gloomy, and chilly out, but that doesn’t mean spring hasn’t started…well… springing! I have buds on my lilac tree, which to me is a sure sign of spring. How about you?

A little bit of Christmas…

Hello dear readers! How was your Christmas? Mine was wonderful. Peaceful and restful. Thankfully, I was able to get most of my prep work done the weekend before and only had to cook and bake a few last minute dishes and sweets on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. This is the first year we didn’t […]

Mock meat, you say? Not in this household.

Is it just me, or does the idea of making “vegetarian, vegan” meatless knockoffs of classic meat dishes sound a bit like an oxymoron? If the whole idea of eating a vegetarian or “vegan” diet is to capitalize on the love of vegetables, then why make a knockoff of a meat dish if you are […]

Grill Packs – Summer Cookin’ – Honey Mustard Chicken with Apples and Onions

Well, I can’t seem to stay on track with my “guideline” plan, so we are doing chicken tonight, and tomorrow I’ll post a pork recipe that was supposed to be posted LAST week. I do have an excuse for last week, and it’s a good one. Husband was gone. I didn’t cook. End of story.

Grill Packs – Summer Cookin’

I’ve been in a funk. A rut. An “I don’t know what to cook, everything is boring, and I’m not hungry for anything” cooking stand-still. Ever have one of those?

Meatloaf – the In A Mini Skirt Way

Meatloaf, the quintessential American family meal, full of memories, and accompanied by mashed potatoes, and green beans. Although, I’ve seen the green beans switched out for corn, asparagus, or peas.

Bountiful Baskets

I stumbled onto something called Bountiful Baskets.

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