Strawberry Banana Pudding
I planted a lot of strawberries a few years back. Finally they are mature enough and producing well. I like to incorporate strawberries in my dessert and salad recipes.
My Mom’s Lentils with Potatoes
As a kid I ate lentils everyday and never got tired of them because my mom was good with many different recipes. Lentils are nutritious, cheap and filling and I want to share a favorite recipe with you today.
After everyone leaves the house in the morning I like to enjoy a cup of coffee with something somewhat sweet. One of my favorite treats is banana bread, which carries me through the rest of the day.
All Purpose Chicken Stock
I used to rely on a granulated or liquid version of soup stock in the past. Now I try to make my own as much as I can. Making homemade stock isn’t that hard; you just need time and bit of a freezer space.
Double Peanut Banana Bread
Every time I go grocery shopping, bananas end up in my cart. I always think I can put them in lunch bags and they will be eaten. However, they often make it back home after school or work without being touched!
Pulled Chicken Sandwiches
At least once a month I pick up a ready-made rotisserie chicken when I go grocery shopping. This comes in handy when I don’t feel like spending too much time in the kitchen. This week I will be sharing my easy pulled BBQ chicken sandwich recipe using rotisserie chicken.
Strawberry Spinach Salad
Strawberry spinach salad is one of my go-to salads for dinner parties — whether they are fancy or not-at-all fancy. This salad always gets rave reviews from everyone who tries it. Since strawberry season is just around the corner, it’s a great time to share this!
Ham and Tortellini Soup
I planted some winter greens last fall, and now (May) I have a lot of kale which needs to be eaten before I plant spring veggies. Kale is very hardy and can easily handle the moderately cold winters here in Oregon. I like to use kale many different ways but my favorite use is in…
Breakfast Sausage Casserole
This breakfast casserole is easy and made with store-bought shredded hash brown potatoes, eggs, cheese, pork sausage and a few other ingredients. Prep time is minimal so you get more time to enjoy it.
A friend of mine recently gave me a mystery food basket that include a wide variety of items. She wanted to see how I could use the items in the basket. I was able to use most of the items but somehow had a single can of French onion soup left over at the end.…