Four years ago I was participating in Project 365 where you are challenged to take at least one photo every day for a year. I did this for two or three years – it was hard and fantastic and frustrating and inspiring. I think it improved my photography immensely (which is not to say that I’m an expert now, just better than I was before) and I … Continue reading Eat it For Breakfast Cake: with fresh strawberries, raspberries and blueberries.
I’ve shared this recipe before but it was pretty incomplete and not entirely accurate – whoops! Definitely time for a do over! This recipe is a big favorite in our house and it’s very versatile. I use the same basic ingredients whether I’m making the dish pie or pizza style or just as basic enchiladas. You can use any variety of enchilada sauce or even … Continue reading Recipe: Momma’s Enchilada Style Mexican Pizza
Lately my favorite place to store recipes is on Pinterest. I have a board for recipes I want to try – and another one for recipes that are all kinds of tried and true. It’s nice to be able to scroll through a bunch of meals that are known favorites in my family as I’m planning my menu for the week. But some of my … Continue reading Recipe: Andrea’s Clam Chowder
I’m not sure when I first heard about the cookie s’more or if it was just a flittering whisper of genius in my brain one day, but it’s our new favorite camping recipe that you guys all need to know about. The truth is: There is nothing complicated about making a s’more – it’s a tried and true recipe. So why change it? “Ugh, all … Continue reading The Cookie S’More: Camping’s New Best Friend.
This is another recipe adopted from one found at KraftFoods.com. You can find the original recipe here. Prep Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 30 minutes Makes: 6 servings Ingredients: 1 lb. ground beef 2 cups hot mashed potatoes (I used 2 large potatoes, cooked and mashed them, adding no ingredients yet) 4 oz (1/2 of an 8 oz package) Neufchatel cheese (less fat and calories … Continue reading Recipe: Easy Shepherd’s Pie
I adopted this recipe from one I found in Family Circle’s January 2009 issue. I only made a few modifications to suit our tastes and it came out wonderfully, so per usual I’m going to post the recipe to share with you all. Just a warning, this recipe as prepared has about 500 in a not terribly humongous serving. So if you are counting your … Continue reading Recipe: Smoky Mac & Cheese