Vonnie Hughes offers a recipe perfect for those first vegetables of spring. Enjoy!
In the second book of The Last Timekeepers young adult time travel series, The Last Timekeepers and the Dark Secret, Treena Mui attempts to soothe the time traveling troops’ appetites by baking them a batch of sugar cookies using her family’s secret recipe. The problem is she mistakenly used salt as the main ingredient instead of sugar. It really wasn’t her fault—all the jars were marked in Dutch. Poor Jordan is still trying to wash the taste out of his mouth!
For the ones you love on Valentine’s Day
This is a new family favorite. I made these in place of my traditional Christmas Cookies this year, and have requests to make them for all upcoming holidays. For New Years I made an extra batch to store in the freezer for any time an unexpected guest visits, and they lasted about a day.
Dominique Eastwick joins my blog today with a “twisted” taco salad called Roquamole. Enjoy! ———— With my latest appetizer creation. Roquamole is an invigorating, and easy, twist on taco salad. This is the perfect dip to enjoy while cheering on your favorite Super Bowl team. ROQUAMOLE Photo by […]
C.D. Hersh joins me today with non-alcoholic drink recipes and a collection of winter romance stories.
A steaming mug of this with a chunk of crusty bread is both warming and nourishing and just the ticket on a chilly winter’s day. The following recipe is vegan but if you’re a meat-eater, you can add some of that leftover turkey if you still haven’t had your fill of it!
Eris Field takes over my blog today with a few suggestions for a holiday meal. Take it away, Eris!
Sloane Tayor takes over my blog today with a chicken and mushroom dish that looks as good as it tastes.
So it’s Thanksgiving but you don’t like/want pie? What’s a chef to do? Dominique Eastwick has you covered with a tasty pumpkin soup that will perk up any traditional turkey dinner.
. . and that’s kind of the same thing. Company coming for a cook out? You want to be a part of the party so what’s for dessert? This “whip it together” is perfect for nights when you just got home and company is due in the door shortly. Fast cooking is my very favorite way to prepare a meal. I always want to be in on the fun and not in the kitchen.