Just My Little Bit

This morning, I was reading from the gospel of John, Chapter 6, the first 13 verses. Here's the passage: After this, Jesus crossed over to the far side of the Sea of Galilee, also known as the Sea of Tiberias.  A huge crowd kept following him wherever he went, because they saw his miraculous … [Read More...]

Sweet Corn and Spring Vegetable Pasta Recipe

This post was sponsored by Sunshine Sweet Corn as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. If you've followed my recipes for any amount of time, one thing you know is that I love to cook using fresh produce. So, when I plan what I'm … [Read More...]

Become a Comcast Advisor and Earn Amazon Gift Codes

This is a sponsored post. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.   If you’re considering switching mobile service providers in the future, Comcast wants to hear from you! Do not miss this opportunity to help usher in dramatic change to the mobile industry, as a Comcast Advisor!   Comcast has […]

Slap yo’ Mama Ribs: Get Grilling America!

  Slap yo’ Mama Ribs are made with delicious Slap yo’ Mama Rib Rub: read on for the easy directions! But I promise: no disrespect to YO’ Mama is intended!  This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #GetGrillingAmerica #CollectiveBias Spring has sprung, and I’m so […]

Morton Salt’s Next Door Chef Nashville Event and Video

This post was sponsored by Morton’s Salt as part of  their Next Door Chef Campaign.  All opinions are, of course, my own. Last fall, I had the opportunity to attend a very exciting event, right here in little old Nashville: Morton Salt’s Next Door Chef event. On Monday, March 20th, the video of that event […]

Best Way to Use Leftover Chicken: Tarragon Chicken Pot Pie

This Tarragon Chicken Pot Pie recipe is the chicken pot pie of your dreams – the perfect way to use up leftover chicken. Chicken pot pie is the ultimate comfort food, but this recipe has a decidedly gourmet touch.  You won’t believe how good it is!  Whenever I say the words, “chicken pot pie”, I […]

Leftover Steak Hash

The recipe for Leftover Steak Hash that I’m  going to share with you is a recipe that I’ve been making for years. It provides a delicious solution to the problem of what to do with leftover cooked beef, whether that’s some leftover prime rib from Christmas dinner, leftover corned beef from St. Patrick’s Day, or […]

How to Make a Puppy Survival Kit

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #FeedDogsPurina #CollectiveBias Puppies: there’s the dream. (Awwww! Soooooo cute!!!!!!!) And there’s the reality. (ACK!!!! What was I THINKING????) My husband and I will have been married thirty years, this August, and those thirty years have held lots of […]

Homemade Venison Jerky, Pemmican Style Recipe

If you’re a hunter, or you’re married to a hunter, you’re always on the lookout for tasty recipes that make great use of the venison stored in your freezer, and this recipe is one my husband, the hunter, prepares all by himself: pemmican style homemade venison jerky.  Venison jerky is a great take-along snack for […]

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, but also requires very little effort. […]

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 making meals for […]

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 […]

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