Time to get out the Picnic Basket and enjoy the great outdoors! Sandwiches are a favorite to pack, and what better way to enjoy them than bringing a terrific side salad. This slaw will hold up well on ice, and is light and delicious. Of course, purchasing a bag of pre-cut coleslaw cabbage would save time,… Continue reading Healthy Coleslaw Dressed in a Lemony Apple Cider Vinaigrette
No one can eat just one! These crispy, intricately designed cookies are individually 'baked' either on a stove, or an electric cookie iron. The design varies from waffle-like to crispy cookie. Some recipes call for whiskey, butter, light cream, even cocoa powder and many variations in between. I use the simplest of recipes resulting in… Continue reading Irresistable Pressed Cookies also known as krumkake, lukken, pizzelle and stroopwafel.
I have been so blessed with family, friends, and my faith. I have also been enriched with so many positive and truly amazing people and their creations and ideas! It has been wonderful to read about all the amazing stories and to share a few of mine. This is a great time of the year to count… Continue reading Easter Angel Food Mini Cupcakes, Family, Traditions, and Blessings
Our weather has been a bit erratic here in the Northeast. We have more cold days than warm so far this spring, and it feels more like fall. I am still cooking cool weather foods until the warmer days settle in. I actually decided to defrost a whole turkey I had in the freezer and…… Continue reading Roasted Beets, Sweet Potatoes, Butternut Squash and Yukon Golds
The amount of people suffering from food allergies and sensitivities is enormous. Thankfully, the food service industry has come a long way in making it easier for the consumer to find and prepare worry-free foods. I am hopeful that a universal symbol similar to the ones on many food labels will also guide hungry food-challenged people…… Continue reading Thoughts about Food Allergies and a gf/df recipe for Fresh Orange Chiffon Cake