Heat isn’t the only source of warmth in winter. Warm spices also generate body heat, but from the inside out! I can’t think of a better way to ingest these traditional warm spices than through cookies.
We’re all ready for healthy eating and what better way to do so than with a big bowl of hearty beef and vegetable soup
What can you serve to drop-in guests during the holidays, to carolers on your door step, to your neighbors, on your dessert buffet, or at your church potluck that everyone, I mean everyone devours? Puppy chow, that’s what!
We are currently laughing in Texas that one of Canada’s weather children has lost her way and has ended up in Texas! We would like to return her home!
It’s the day after feasting with our families and friends. The last thing we want to do is get back into the kitchen! However, we ask ourselves, “what can I serve all my houseguests besides turkey and ham sandwiches?”
We seem to all have a love/hate relationship with pumpkin. I am the official pie maker for our family gatherings since my mom passed. No one could ever compete with her pie making skills, but I try to pass on that piece of her legacy each year.
I read a hilarious quote on facebook about the changing seasons in Texas. The statement went something like this:
What spices evoke the aromas of fall for you? Are they the warm spices cinnamon and nutmeg? What fruit screams “eat me” just before the leaves start changing colors? Could it be an apple? Are you hungry now?
It seems like Chex Party Mix has been around forever but annually celebrates a resurgency every fall around football tailgating gatherings and family holiday times.
I’ve grown basil in a pot. I’ve grown basil in the corner of a raised bed. But recently, I planted a tiny 99 cent seedling in the flower bed at the side of the house.