This crustless quiche is a must-try. Light and cheesy, fast and easy to make, it’s even better the next day.
I’ve had this recipe since I was first-married, and that was a lo-ong time ago. Our first… Continue reading
Making clam chowder doesn’t get any easier than this.
I’ve been serving this to my family for decades, and it’s still popular today. With Lenten Fridays upon us, this will be the perfect go-to-meal.
You still have… Continue reading
Congratulations to Susanne Troop and Brenda Miller for being my winners of “For the Love of Cooking” cookbook. Your cookbook is on its way!
My heartfelt thanks to all who subscribed to the Swanky Kitchen to have my… Continue reading
Who among you hasn’t bought one of those little booklets at the grocery store check-out that’s chock-full of delicious Pillsbury recipes? Or sent away for them with a coupon years ago? And especially who among you… Continue reading
Here in the Midwest, naval oranges are in season, and now is a great time to try an easy and flavorful salad using them. It’ll remind you of spring!
My grandmother used to make this salad, and so did… Continue reading
My daughter, Ann Marie, is one of those creative people we all envy. She’s got that artist’s eye, and she loves to decorate her house, inside and out. She’ll roll up her shirt sleeves, get paint on… Continue reading
Get your can opener ready. This is comfort food at its finest–and easiest!
Pot pies have been around for centuries. Legend has it they were first made during the Roman Empire and became popular again during the 16th… Continue reading
There’s just something special about turning one year old. It’s a milestone, an accomplishment, after twelve months of evolving and growing and turning into a little person with a distinctive personality. No longer so helpless, but instead, much… Continue reading
It all started with a cookie cutter. My sister’s mother-in-law had become known for making gorgeous Santas every year, and Kim wanted to learn how and carry on the tradition. The cookie cutter was old and used so… Continue reading