Have you ever gone out to eat and just couldn’t finish that pile of french fries they gave you?
Don’t leave them behind. Bring them home and eat them for breakfast the next morning!
A while back, a waitress… Continue reading
It’s spring when you see fresh asparagus showing up in the stores, and knowing this wonderful vegetable has come into season is a highlight of my year!
I’m happy to pass along Ham Asparagus Roll-ups. Another of my easy… Continue reading
Years ago while thumbing through a magazine, I came across a meatball recipe made with Stove Top stuffing, and I was immediately intrigued. Now, those of you who know me will probably recall that there are no better… Continue reading
These super-easy-to-make lemon cookies have a crackled texture after baking. And did I say EASY? Three ingredients. That’s it!
I snipped this sweetheart of a recipe from the newspaper many years ago. And since I love… Continue reading
This delightful orange soda cake reminds me of spring. Lightly citrus-flavored, it will make you think of sunny days and juicy oranges. It’ll make you HAPPY.
Nesbitt’s published the recipe for Orange Soda cake decades ago. Nesbitt’s… Continue reading
This recipe is everything you want in a snack mix. Sweet and salty. Crunchy. Different taste in every bite. Addicting!!
The World’s Best Snack Mix is a new recipe for me, and where I’m usually “making… Continue reading
Special K Treats are a classic. I’d be really, REALLY surprised if you’d never had one before.
Kellogg’s developed Special K cereal in 1955, and from the beginning, it was geared more toward adults than children. Especially calorie-counting… Continue reading
On a recent date night, I ordered a Bacardi Cocktail. Neither the waiter nor the bartender had ever heard of it, and I was compelled to order something different, but I did sweetly mention that the drink had been… Continue reading
Long before ‘brinner’ became one of those clever twists on the English language, I was making this sausage and potato omelet for dinner. Ironically, I’ve never made it for breakfast. It’s satisfying and filling, and if there’s a… Continue reading
It’s National Cabbage Day! Hey, I admit cabbage gets a bad rep, but mixed with hamburger and onion in these little pocket sandwiches, it’s so good!
Runzas (not the original name) originated in Russia in the 1800’s, but the… Continue reading