Archive for the ‘Fall Favorites’ Category

Sometimes a little cookie can top off a meal, dress up a cup of coffee, and put a smile on a child’s face. I enjoy making cookies for my grandkids. In fact, I make them more now than I did for my own kids.  I think time was more of a   Read More ...

So many varieties of pumpkin breads are showcased in restaurants and home kitchens every fall. Tasty and comforting, these breads are mixed up quickly and fill your kitchen with autumn aromas you cannot resist. Though quick breads are good, I was thinking of making a bread that is more typical,   Read More ...

So many people, especially those who call the Midwest ‘home’, love their corn.  Frozen, fresh, and even canned it is a staple just about everywhere. Kids especially seem to eat corn more readily than most vegetables. Looking at my bags of frozen corn and a stash of mushrooms I needed   Read More ...

Everyone knows the Irish love their potatoes. A common Irish potato dish is Colcannon. Oh my, it is so delicious and makes a perfect side dish for any meal.  This is true comfort food. If you are a gravy fan, gravy goes well with this potato dish too, but I   Read More ...

Fresh coffee or creamy, hot cocoa cry out for a cake donut. Heck, I just cry out for them with or without coffee or cocoa. I have been craving a cake donut for a bit but could never make myself grab one when I was at the grocery store. My   Read More ...

Panella is an Italian favorite. It is used as a snack and even used to fill slices of bread as a tasty sandwich. However you use it, it is good and just a bit different. Panella is gluten-free and high in protein because it is made with chickpea flour.  Now   Read More ...

Yes, you really can make a most delicious pasta sauce without one single tomato.  I love this dish because it really doesn’t have tons of ingredients and it is so darn healthy. Choose gluten-free pasta and it could be magical. The main ingredient of this sauce is squash. The sauce   Read More ...

If you love pasta and you love  vegetables, you will love this! It is packed with vegetables and flavor. Pastas are high in carbohydrates and most often, high in gluten. If you are looking for a change pick up a spaghetti squash at your grocery store or market and enjoy   Read More ...

Fall brings on welcomed, oven-baked dishes. Cabbage and onions are pantry staples that bring lots of hearty flavor to anything they are part of. Add a bit of diced, cooked ham and the wonderful fall flavor of this recipe intensifies. I like to bake this in four, individual dishes, but   Read More ...

My Extreme Chicken Ciabbatta Sandwich is a meal in itself. It really is as it has your vegetables, fruit, dairy, grains, and proteins in every bite. This is the perfect sandwich to take anywhere, even to a tailgating event, and it is just as perfect for your own table.  The   Read More ...

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