Try this Foolproof Hashbrown Casserole, even if you can’t cook! See that picture – yeah that’s CHEESE!
I have a secret to admit: it was years before I was able to cook. It’s hard to believe that I once dreaded something that I love to do so much now. You know the person who signs up to bring 2-liters, napkins, paper plates, and plastic utensils to the potlucks? Yeah, that was me. It was so bad that people started assuming that I would bring those items.
I made this foolproof hashbrown casserole for our family’s Thanksgiving dinner, and everyone raved about it. I had a third helping. I admit it! Continue reading →
I haven’t always been a fan of brussels sprouts, mainly because I had only had them boiled. Ummm, I’ll pass. Roasted vegetables are in a completely different category, though. These roasted brussels sprouts with lemon and honey combine flavors of sweet and tangy for a delicious result. This recipe is easy enough to make it to the table almost any night. Continue reading →
Full disclosure: I’m obsessed with peanut butter. I always have been. I feel sorry for people with peanut allergies. Goodness, what they miss out on! I’m convinced that anything tastes good if you throw some PB on it. It’s no surprise that I love peanut butter fudge.
When I was a kid, my mom made pans upon pans of peanut butter fudge. I have to admit, she makes the best I’ve ever had. I’m not so good at it. If I’m not careful, mine turns out grainy. Ugh! Is there anything worse than grainy peanut butter fudge?
I have a recipe that is so good and so easy that you’ll want to run to the store to buy the ingredients right away. You won’t have to stand over the stove with a candy thermometer. And your candy won’t be grainy. Guaranteed.
And even better…..it’s cheap to make. My entire batch cost me about $4 to make. I love anything that’s budget-friendly.
Don’t you just love Fall? I can’t get enough of the crisp air, colors of the leaves, and the wonderful bounty for my pantry. Winter squash are some of the most enjoyable and versatile produce you’ll find. Harvested in the fall, most varieties can be stored to be used throughout the winter season.
It’s a shame that most people aren’t more familiar with winter squash. The only types I usually see in my local grocery are acorn, butternut, and spaghetti. If you do see other varieties, I encourage you to snatch them up and give them a try. I like some of these so much that I plan to add them to my garden so that I’ll have a steady supply.
If there is one thing I love, it’s Grippo’s BBQ Chips. It’s the sweet taste of my childhood. When spending lazy summer days at the public pool, we’d grab a bag of Grippos and a can of pop (no, it isn’t soda) at intermission. Pure love. Of course, I love Grippo’s Baked Chicken.
What?? You’ve never tried Grippo’s?? Well, bless your heart. I feel sorry for you.
They’re regional, so some of you may have never heard of them. Grippo’s actually makes big boxes of the stuff that are hotter than anything you’ll find in the Grippo’s bags. Folks here mail those boxes to family in the military who are unlucky enough to be sent somewhere with no access to that BBQ goodness. Continue reading →