Share List Hubby requested chili for dinner – but I had 2 lbs of ground chicken that needed to be used up – so I whipped this chilE up, which was a conglomeration of my Pueblo Green Chile and white chicken chili recipes. It’s pretty dang tasty and ground chicken is fairly economical. If you don’t have ground, or don’t want to grind your own in your food processor or >> Get the Recipe!
Share List I am generally a “from the jar” spaghetti sauce kind of girl, but my daughter has a cumin allergy – causes severe migraines – and most jarred sauces have cumin in them. I used to make my own sauce so I thought I’d write out the recipe for her to use in place of “migraine sauce” as she’s called it. This is pretty flexible – just don’t substitute >> Get the Recipe!
Share List I have been on a muffin kick lately. I came up with a technique that produces those tall bakery-style jumbo muffins and I’ve been baking, testing and adapting recipes like mad. This blueberry muffin recipe uses yogurt instead of butter, which my cholesterol appreciates (except in the streusel topping, but that’s minimal.) The family really likes them – even the boy, who says he doesnt like chunks of >> Get the Recipe!
Share List This is another one of my recipes that has been posted on Food.com for years. It has over 50 reviews and a 5-star rating. I’m adding it here because I like to have everything in one spot – and who knows, someday I might actually get around to that Cookbook I’ve always dreamed of writing 🙂 You can use ham bone, smoked ham shanks, smoked turkey wings, or >> Get the Recipe!
Share List Oatmeal is good for you, right? So these Oatmeal Cookies with Dark Chocolate & Walnuts are really really good for you…… Okay maybe not – but these cookies are swoonworthy – and definitely packed with flavor. I like that they use old-fashioned oats – I think they hold up better, they don’t “dissolve” into the cookie – which means a better oatmeal-cookie-texture. Use semi-sweet chips if you prefer, >> Get the Recipe!
Share List This sausage & potato soup with kale recipe that started as a copycat recipe of Olive Garden’s Zuppa Toscana. I do things a bit differently – I dont use heavy cream, or the spinach or escarole they put in their version, I use Kale. It stands up to heat better, therefore the soup reheats and freezes like a dream. Also – I despise cooked spinach. Gross. I also >> Get the Recipe!