Irish Cheese Fondue

This Irish Cheese Fondue is a fun way to get your kids to eat their veggies. And adding it to a fun St. Patrick’s Day Dinner is a win-win!  Liz Add these to your recipe box as well… Irish Soda Bread Recipe Corned Beef Grilled Cheese Sandwich Irish Beef Stew with Guinness Beer

Cheesy Hashbrown Potato Casserole: Holiday Side Dishes

We continue our Holiday Menu today with one of Doug’s favorites, Cheesy Hashbrown Potato Casserole. There hasn’t been a Christmas table that I can remember when we didn’t serve Hashbrown Casserole – it’s tradition. This casserole goes together in a snap and can be made the day ahead. Liz Add these to your recipe box as […]

Mashed Potato & Stuffing Patties | Thanksgiving Leftovers

Every year when we go shopping for Thanksgiving, Doug just shakes his head and laughs at me because of the size of Turkey that I buy. This year, we bought a 19 pound turkey. Not too big you say? Well, there are only 6 of us eating. So we will definitely have leftovers, which really […]

Pickled Corn Relish

Prior to last Summer, I had never canned before. I watched my Mom process and can many different fruits and vegetables, but had never tackled it myself. With many of our vegetables finally coming on in the garden after unusual weather this year, we decided it was time to try our hand at canning again. […]

Cucumber Dip

Liz Add these to your recipe box as well… Farmer’s Market Friday: Recipes with Cucumbers Cucumber Salad Grilled Chicken with Cucumber-Peach Salsa

Loaded Potato Skillet from Big Bear’s Wife

Today we are changing things up a little and thought it would be fun to share with you a delicious recipe we spotted recently on Big Bear’s Wife. Angie shares mouthwatering recipes that are approved by her hubby. This Loaded Potato Skillet looks amazing and will definitely be on our August Menu Plan. You could […]

Mexican Basics: Red Rice

We have a little confession…we often buy the boxes of flavored rice to serve as a side dish. I’m not really sure why, because making it from scratch doesn’t take long at all. The only thing I can think of is that we never had a really good recipe to use. Well, now all that […]

Mexican Basics: Pico de gallo

Having good basic recipes can be like gold to a home cook. We continue our Mexican Basics series today with Pico de gallo; uncooked, fresh salsa. Just like the Classic Guacamole, I’m sure there are a number of recipes for Pico de gallo. In fact, many cooks often just toss in a pinch of this […]

Mexican Basics: Classic Guacamole

As most families, Mexican food is not only one of our favorites, it’s also one of the most pocket friendly meals you can serve. Whether you like spicy food or not {like me}, most Mexican recipes are bursting with flavor. All this week we will be sharing Mexican Basics, beginning today with Classic Guacamole. The crazy […]

Candied Sweet Potato Casserole with Marshmallows

One of the dishes I love most during the holidays are Sweet Potatoes. I think you either love them or hate them. Doug…hates them! Even the smell of them cooking sends him fleeing from the kitchen. So you can imagine the look on his face when I told him I wanted to post the recipe, […]

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