Lately I’ve been seeing a lot of baking and cooking recipes on Facebook that include a short video on how easy it is to whip the dish up. I’m sure you’ve seen these videos too. I have saved a bunch of these videos and the other day I finally got around to making one of … More Honeycomb Toffee
Let’s cut to the chase here. Vegetables are damn expensive! Healthy food in general is expensive. Every time I walk into a grocery store with good intentions of stocking up on meat and vegetables I get discouraged by the outrageous prices. Take for example, cauliflower – Why is it so expensive!? Holy cow, that better … More Turnip, Carrots & Too Much Sugar!
I had every intention of making a root vegetable recipe this weekend, but plans changed when I decided a big pot of chili would not only taste good but would last us a couple of meals. However, I really wasn’t thinking clearly when I decided on the meal because I have two young boys living under the … More Beans beans, good for the heart…
Growing up I can remember many a meal at my grandparent’s dairy farm. Meals were always cooked by my grandmother and they always consisted of meat, potatoes and vegetables. Grandma sometimes cooked things that I wasn’t a big fan of as a kid but later on in life I came to enjoy. One of those … More Grandma’s Sweet n’ Sour Meatballs
With the wide variety of frozen pizzas on the market you may wonder why anyone would possibly want to go through the time and expense of making their own pizza dough. There are two reasons It tastes so much better You know exactly what you are eating Number 1 is a bit of a no … More 6 Ingredient Pizza Dough
This recipe has the option of putting bacon in it…yes BACON! Also, besides the half and half cream, you should pretty much have everything you already need in your fridge. Even if you don’t have half and half cream, you could always substitute with milk. Corn Chowder with Bacon & Potato Total Time: About 25 minutes … More Corn Chowder with Bacon & Potato