Cold outside? A warm homemade meal is the perfect remedy! We gathered up some of our top recipes to give you some yummy inspiration for mealtime. Just click on the links below to get cooking. Continue reading
Candy canes, Christmas trees, stockings that look so good to eat…today’s recipe is a classic holiday tradition for many folks – making and decorating cutout cookies. Whether you like to intricately decorate each cookie or just like to pile on the frosting (like someone in my family), this is a sweet activity to put you in the Christmas spirit.
So, gather up your favorite cookie cutters and give this sugar cookie and frosting recipe a try. Continue reading
What’s a fall feast without sweet potatoes? This classic recipe may remind you of delicious memories of past family meals and Thanksgiving dinners. The best part is it’s easy to make. Continue reading
As the weather gets cooler, it’s the perfect time to serve up hot, comforting meals. Chili is one of our top choices! Today we’re sharing with you a delicious take on chili right from our newest cookbook. So, get the bowls and crackers ready! Continue reading
As we start our downhill slide to Fall, we are gifted with the bounty of the harvest. Included in that bounty is yellow squash. In all honesty, yellow squash could go into a category all its own if your garden is like mine. The rate that my squash plants produce fruit is magical. I don’t think that we had one seed that didn’t sprout and one flower that didn’t produce. Continue reading
Veggie Taco Tuesday? What do veggies and tacos have to do with each other? Well, I don’t know about your family but mine loves tacos. They could probably eat them almost every day. And why not? They have to be one of the most versatile foods on earth and even my pickiest eater will eat them at home when she can make them herself. Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Cooking and baking with fresh food doesn’t have to be complicated. Author Kathy Harrison will show you how to use rhubarb from your backyard to create a simple, mouthwatering dessert. Enjoy!
After a winter of food primarily from the freezer, root cellar or cannery, it is time for something fresh. Today I found the rhubarb poking up. Rhubarb is not fancy. It doesn’t have the panache of asparagus not the beauty of a strawberry. It is rather plain but therein lies its virtue. It is a reliable old friend, growing well despite erratic weather. It is just as happy during a warm, dry spring as it is when April is wet and cold. I think every yard should have a clump or two. Continue reading