During this season of feasting, I am always looking for good ways to make healthier choices that don’t skimp on flavor and leave room for some extra indulgences.
Fall has arrived, and even the weather noticed and brought us a chill this morning. Cooler weather sparks thoughts of simmering soups and warm bread. Here’s one recipe that is delicious and quite easy to make. Pair it with a grilled cheese sandwich for a cozy lunch or lite supper.
The melody of the ice cream truck coming down our street always found us kids begging Mom for something cool on a hot summer day. The sweet treats found on the truck were not so nutritious, but fun all the same. Here’s an alternative that includes good-for-you ingredients. You will just have to hum your own tune as you open the freezer.
Ingredients 2 Cornish Hens 2 Tablespoons olive oil 2 Tablespoons butter, melted (for basting) Stuffing 2 Tablespoons olive oil 1 Aidells Chicken Apple Sausage, cut into 1/4" cubes (from Costco) 1/4 cup green onions, chopped 1/2 apple,...
As of late, I have been enjoying traveling the world. Maybe not traveling as much as experiencing the world through the articles of people, places, and food found in Christopher Kimble’s Milk Street Magazine. And in my journeys, I have learned many things and found some great recipes.
Mrs. Pilar Tucker made this recipe for her entire church to enjoy after an awesome musical production performed by her husband, Tommy Tucker of Tropical Sands Christian Church in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. This dish was SOOOooo delicious! She combined two recipes; one from Best Recipe Box and one from Pinterest. Here is the res