Maple Dijon Rosemary Chicken with Oven Roasted Broccoli

Are you looking for a recipe for dinner that is both delicious and EASY, EASY, EASY?  Then I have a couple of recipes that when paired together, would be just the ticket!  Perfect for a weeknight supper when you want something that's homemade and that uses produce that's in season, … [Read More...]

Earn Amazon Rewards from Heinz Online Community

This is a sponsored post. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.   Are your children picky eaters or begging to switch things up? Each day provides a new challenge when it comes to keeping bellies full and happy. Kraft Heinz cares about the effort you put into … [Read More...]

Wild Salmon Burgers with Lemon, Capers, and Toasted Sesame Mayonnaise

During the winter months, although we don’t pick up a vegetable share from our CSA at the Farmer’s Market, we still go there anyway, just to pick up some Wild Alaskan Salmon fillets, and salmon burger. We’ve discovered that the salmon our provider labels as salmon “burger” (which is not ground, but actually composed of large-ish […]

Most Popular Recipes of 2016

I’m participating in a group blogging project entitled This Year’s Most Popular Recipes. While I’m not usually one to quibble much about semantics, this would have been a correct title, had I posted it in December. I didn’t. Hence, this is actually ~last~ year’s most popular recipes: the 10 recipes that got the most clicks for […]

Intro to Ephesians (Now, With a Puppy!)

For the next few weeks, I’m going to be leading a Bible study on Ephesians, and I’m sharing here some of the notes I’ve made in preparation for that study: my own little Intro to Ephesians. Since my family will soon be getting a puppy, I thought I would soften the blow of any discomfort you […]

Venison Stroganoff on White and Wild Rice

Recipes always mean more to me when they come with a story, and my story for venison stroganoff comes with a memory from my own family of origin. Mom didn’t have much occasion to cook with venison, but she sure had a way with a flank steak! So my recipe for venison stroganoff was inspired […]

Earn Amazon Gift Codes as an Advisor to a Food Manufacturer

This is a sponsored post. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.   Attention all food enthusiasts, we need your help! Do not miss this opportunity to help determine what will be put on grocery store shelves! (And, you can earn Amazon gift codes, at the same time!)   A major […]

My Word for the Year in 2017: Trust

I’m closing out the year 2016 with a post on faith. As I reflect back on my life this year, I’m also doing a bit of thinking ahead in regard to the fast approaching new year of 2017. I’m indulging myself in dabbling in a bit of dreaming – in imagining what my life in this […]

Holiday Breakfast Casserole with Spinach and Alpine Cheddar

I simply *have* to share this Holiday Breakfast Casserole with Spinach and Alpine Cheddar with you, before Christmas, because…well…and it pains me to say this, but…. ~leans forward to whisper~ “There are a lot of crappy breakfast casserole recipes floating around out there.” (A quick aside to my intimate friends of my Fabulous Friday Friends […]

Earn Amazon Gift Codes By Sharing Your Opinion

Would you like to earn Amazon gift codes by sharing your opinion? Read on! This opportunity is for those who are the primary shoppers in their household. Have you ever wished to have your voice heard within the food industry?  A major manufacturer in the food industry needs your help.  They are looking for participants who are […]

Curry Coriander Shortbread Cookies

Curry Coriander Shortbread Cookies are one of my favorite Christmas Cookies. My friend Gwen Pratesi, who is a blogger over on Pratesi Living, shared the recipe with me. They sounded intriguing to me, but maybe you’re a bit put off by the title: after all, the recipe uses spices that are normally reserved for savory […]

Pasta Carbonara with Homemade Bread Crumbs

People often ask me for suggestions for meals that are quick, easy, delicious, and frugal, and Pasta Carbonara with Homemade Bread Crumbs is just such a recipe. When life’s circumstances are just so hectic – like during the holidays, for example – that there’s no TIME to get to the grocery store, you need a […]

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