Month: October 2014

Master Tonic/Fire Cider…A Blogging Journey to Natural Healing

Over the last year, Jeff and I have taken an interest in preparing ourselves and family for an emergency.  What if something as simple as a weather disaster leading to no power or food available even for just a couple of days… Read More

Classic Lasagna with Meat Sauce from Cooking Light

Growing up, lasagna was not my favorite thing…In fact, I can actually say I didn’t like it at all.  My aversion to it was all the variations that I had tried included cottage cheese and something about its consistency didn’t jive with… Read More

Pumpkin Treats: Moist Pumpkin Bread and Spicy Pumpkin Seeds!

Fall is probably my favorite season!  The anticipation of seeing the leaves on the trees transform into a collage of color, watching my favorite football team amongst a sea of orange fans, and of course, there is the ultimate image of Fall…the… Read More

Mario Batali’s Pork Chops with Peppers and Capers….Worth a Try in Your Kitchen?

As I have mentioned numerous times, one of my favorite cooking shows is The Chew on ABC.  I love the way the co-hosts seem so relaxed while cooking in front of a live audience all along sharing personal tips and insights.  It… Read More

Mini BLT Roll-Ups…The Perfect Tailgate Snack!

Living in Knoxville, Tennessee in the heart of Big Orange Country, Tailgating is a way of life!  In fact, one of my first cookbooks (coming soon) will be some of my favorite tailgate treats!  This past weekend the Tennessee Volunteers Football Team… Read More