Tag Archives: vegetables
When I first saw the idea for an alfredo lasagna, I knew that it was something I must try. I mean, who doesn’t love lasagna? And with alfredo sauce? Sounds amazing! I came across this delicious looking Veggies Alfredo Lasagna from Pinch of Yum and decided it would be the one I would try. The […]
One of the first dishes I remember making on my own was during my freshman year in college, baked carrots.
I used to make chicken fajitas quite a bit when Anthony and Aimee were growing up. Then I got distracted or made them one day and decided I didn’t really like them any more, I know, crazy huh!?! But last night Craig was commenting how many mini peppers we had still in the fridge and […]
Are you sick and tired of me posting dessert recipes yet? I truly am sorry if you are. But I love making desserts, you see I love sweets, more than anything. But sometimes I like cooking other things too. Actually, I always like cooking other things too. I really just wish I had enough time/money […]
Have you ever eaten a parsnip before? In my 52 years I don’t think I had, but I have been seeing them all over pinterest and so I broke down and picked up 2. Parsnips look like white carrots for the most part, perhaps taste like that too. I prepared my parsnips for this recipe […]
Country Chicken and Vegetables Inspiration: Mccormick 1/4 tsp sage 1 tsp thyme 1 tsp seasoning salt 1 TBS chicken bouillon 2 TBS white gravy powder 2 cups water 1/2 pound baby carrots 1 onion, chopped 4 potatoes, chopped 4 chicken breasts 1 cup light sour cream. 1 TBS corn starch 1. Combine sage, thyme, seasoning salt, […]
Pasta al Forno just means baked pasta (so any pasta, sauce, meat, vegetable combo baked would qualify). Craig style means my very dear husband Craig created this recipe and prepared it for our dinner tonight. He wants to share that any pasta noodle like gemelli, penne, or macaroni would work. You can also use your […]
If you follow us on facebook you know that last weekend I sold some yummy pops at a boutique at Heritage Schools, where Nate and I work. So as I was trying to decide what kind of cake pops to make, was going to make cheesecake pops… so we bought a huge think of like […]
I briefly mentioned that Nate and I are eating vegetarian for the next few days. You can read a little about why we are doing this here. But to sum it up we want to see if it actually makes us feel better. And no, we would never completely cut meats out of our diet […]
The title of this recipe is not very original because all it does is describe what is in the dish. But I believe it is yummy and simple and very flexible. I first was inspired to make this because my beautiful daughter-in-law, Jana, made a very similar dish to eat when I was out visiting […]
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I have fond memories of wandering the rows of my grandmother’s raspberry bushes and eating about as many berries as I put into the basket. Mmm. I especially love raspberries (or peaches) with a little bit of sugar and cream. Anyway, my parents had a small garden growing up as well, but we mostly had […]
Although we have had a fairly mild winter this year, it seems like whenever we do get rain or snow (or normal winter weather) its on the weekends. So a couple of weeks ago on a nice and snowy day, Nate and I had to give talks in church (to see what we believe go […]
I got this recipe from a cookbook that was all about 2nd meals you can make with the leftovers from the roasted chicken you buy at the store. It was referring to chicken but I had turkey leftovers in the freezer from Christmas, so this was the meat of choice.