It started Thursday evening….freezing rain, then sleet and by Saturday morning we had about 10 inches of powdery snow. Our family was happy to be “snowed in” together for 4 days! Caston (pictured) was trilled to miss school and play, play, play… Holiday baking… Continue Reading “Let It Snow…”
I vowed that in 2013 I would incorporate lots of healthy nutritious foods into my family’s diet. More whole grains, the least amount of processed foods as possible and many new recipes- and we’ve kept that promise thus far. I try to think in… Continue Reading “Mushroom Barley Soup”
One of my family’s favorite soups is Chicken & Gnocchi and I’ve got a recipe that is not only easy to make, but tastes like heaven on a cold wintery day. This is a rich soup that features chicken, potato gnocchi, fresh spinach,… Continue Reading “Quick Chicken & Gnocchi Soup”
Chicken & Dumplings are the truest of comfort foods! Hearty and filling, this dish will warm you right up on a wintry day. I can remember my Grandmother Hart making this dish at all the family functions and she was known for dropping a… Continue Reading “No-Fail Chicken & Dumplings”
It’s been cold, windy and rainy in the Ozarks and nothing tastes better on a cold night then one of the heartiest meals on the planet…potato soup! My mother always made potato soup when I was a child because it was an easy meal to… Continue Reading “Easy Potato Soup”
I very seldom write down many of my recipes while cooking. Which leads me to trouble when posting my cooking pieces, as I try in recall each step. What’s I’ve found as a homecook is that the best recipes are those that are thrown… Continue Reading “Country Style Chicken and Noodles”
Have you ever thought about how you have made the friends and relationships in your life? I have. As I was making a pot of crab soup this morning for the upcoming Soup-Off Contest at my local farmers market, I thought about the people… Continue Reading “She Crab Soup”
Looks tasty, huh? Working on actually writing this recipe down to share with you friends!