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    Potato Leek Soup

    My kids used to love having their friends over for this green soup because to a kid, it looks gross, but even to a kid, it tastes surprisingly delicious.  Don’t let the ease of making this soup fool you…it tastes like you spent hours...

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    Corn and Cauliflower Soup

    Potato soup is a recipe I remember my mom making often. I’m sure it was one of those things that was cheap and could expand to feed a lot of people.
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    Pumpkin Dump Cake and Homemade Whipped Cream

    Autumn has finally has arrived! It's my favorite time of the year. If you're...

    Caramel Apple Lattice Cookies

    Caramel Apple Walnut Cookies are individual mini pies filled with a layer of caramel and thick homemade apple pie filling.

    Fall for the Season with Caramel Apples

    With a dash of cinnamon or a sprinkle of sugar, the apple is the favored fruit for fall.

    Eleven Herbs and Spices Oven-Fried Chicken Tenders

    Rather than pop over to a drive-thru near you for a taste of southern deep fry, try this slimmed version of oven fried chicken. It has all the flavor but is light on the calories.

    Modern Wheat Makes Today’s Bread Harmful

    Did you know a slice of bread will raise your blood-sugar level higher than a teaspoon of sugar? For centuries, people flourished by consuming bread, however, wheat is not the same today as it was one hundred years ago

    Vietnamese Meatballs

    As of late, I have been enjoying traveling the world. Maybe not traveling as much as experiencing the world through the articles of people, places, and food found in Christopher Kimble’s Milk Street Magazine. And in my journeys, I have learned many things and found some great recipes.

    Honey of an Egg Whole Wheat Bread

    Close your eyes and imagine bread or rolls from your favorite restaurant...A server carries in a basket of piping hot bread, with the aroma trailing behind, and places it on the table. The fragrance brings smiles as the basket is passed and each person pulls out a roll or a slice of warm bread.  

    Cinnamon-Streusel Coffeecake

    Cinnamon and Butter? Yes, Please. Oh, yum! Some dear friends of ours introduced us to Carolyn’s Café in Redlands, California. Even though it was nearly lunchtime, I opted for breakfast. The reason? Carolyn’s famous coffee cake.

    Balsamic Apple Pork Tenderloin

    I have a new gadget in my kitchen. Well, maybe not exactly new. I purchased a countertop pressure cooker last year. I stared at it quite a while before I actually put it to use. The delay probably resulted from my upbringing as a child.

    Smokey Pork and Beans Chili

    I don’t always know in the morning what I’ll be in the mood for...

    Comforting Food: Chicken Meatball Soup

    Chicken soup may be just what’s called for to add some good lean protein and vitamin-packed vegetables into everyone’s diet.

    Eating Well No Matter the Season: Healthy Italian Sausage

    During this season of feasting, I am always looking for good ways to make healthier choices that don’t skimp on flavor and leave room for some extra indulgences.

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