Category Archives: Recipes

Yummy Summer Food to enjoy with family and friends

Well, it’s Memorial Day weekend! Over the next few months there will be lots of get-togethers; picnics, reunions, graduations and other types of potluck events. What are your favorite summer dishes? Last year about this time, our friend Menagerie said … Continue reading

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Salads – meals and sides for any time

Revving up for summer, when salads are the best way to eat – no heat (or very little) generated in the house, lots of fresh vegetables and fruit available, and usually light and healthy when you are feeling hot and … Continue reading

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More chicken …

In my last post on this subject, Ubiquitous Chicken, I said I would follow up with more uses for one of the most popular dining choices – namely, chicken.

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Pasta Heaven

Pasta dishes are easy to prepare, economical, and delicious! I try NOT to prepare them too often, because I don’t know when to stop eating (and we all know where that leads …) It is also easy to make a … Continue reading

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Ubiquitous Chicken …

If you are like me, you end up cooking chicken for supper a lot of the time. So many chicken dishes are quick and easy, and I eat the leftovers for lunches and dinners.

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Cooking and baking – for Easter and everyday

In my last food post – Cooking with vegetables – something new, something different – I mentioned that there a couple of new pasta dishes that I wanted to try. I have made Pasta With Parsnips and Bacon twice now. … Continue reading

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What to eat on St. Patrick’s Day?

This ^^^ is what I am eating! The traditional favorite, accompanied by root veggies and cabbage. I have many meals ahead containing this delicious beefy treat. My mother called it a “boiled dinner”, and she also made that with ham, … Continue reading

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