Corned Beef an Irish Tradition on St. Patricks’s day? NOT!!

As it turns out, Bacon is the the tradition for the Irish chaps and they generally only serve Corned Beef in Ireland to please the tourists. In fact, many Irish didn’t even have corned beef until they came to America! As much… Read More

My husband, Jeff, loves to cook almost as much as me and he loves to try new recipes.  It is quite humorous to watch him search for hours and plan his menu but I love it and do not take it for… Read More

If you grew up in the south, beans, greens, and ham were usually a regular favorite on the dinner table and the February 2014 edition of Southern Living Magazine featured a recipe with it all in one bowl!  Southern Living was pretty much where… Read More

Have extra lemons and limes lying around and don’t want them to waste?  Try freezing them!  Slice lemons, limes, and even oranges and arrange on a cookie shoot.  Cover with plastic wrap and place in the freezer.  When they are frozen solid,… Read More

I always love when I make a dish one night, I can turn the leftovers into something completely different the next day…such as the case of the recent Seafood Stew Recipe I posted.   Reheat your stew, add a couple of tablespoons… Read More

Healthy, delicious, and sooooo easy to make!  As I have mentioned before, Soups and Stews are my favorite kind of meals.  Something about all that savory broth just warms my soul.  This is a recipe that I personally created with some of… Read More

I am reblogging this post because it is one of my favorite soup recipes.  Yesterday, I made it using venison from one of my husband’s recent hunting trips and no one knew the difference! Everyone has their favorite soup recipe but with… Read More

Baked Pickles…A Healthy Super Bowl Option

I like to have a few “healthy” options for my guests but in a way that won’t make them feel like they are missing the good  stuff.  The January 2014 issue of Cooking Light Magazine fit the bill with their Baked Pickle… Read More