Mrs. Kerry’s Wild Rice Soup

What's your favorite soup of all time? Do you have a favorite soup that is requested often? On a cold, gloomy day, this soup will warm any soul. It's one of the soups that is thick and hearty like a stew. Mrs. Kerry would bring it to church potluck or a late night dinner after … Continue reading Mrs. Kerry’s Wild Rice Soup

Tator Tot Hotdish (with 5+ variations)

I don't know about your house, but this classic go- to recipe is a hit in our home! Oddly enough, I just assumed everyone has heard of tator tot hotidish. Well, you know what assuming does... One day my hubs was at work discussing classic meals that are always hits. Tator tot hot dish was … Continue reading Tator Tot Hotdish (with 5+ variations)

Taco Soup for a crowd in less than 30 minutes!

Bring on the Autumn Soup Season! It is beautiful painted outside, why not bring it to the table also, it's a beautiful thing! Whether you are scouring the internet for great recipes to use up those maters or the last bit of corn that will not fit in an already stuffed freezer, or simply searching … Continue reading Taco Soup for a crowd in less than 30 minutes!

DIY Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Recipe

Photo by Valeriia Miller on Pexels.com Starbucks is known for a few things. Honestly it is not a "big" thing here. We have a few "small" non- franchise coffee shops within a 1/2 hour commute that people will pass up Starbuck any day to drive there. However, having had Starbucks several times, they do have … Continue reading DIY Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Recipe

World Best Pumpkin Bars (*A Large family Pumpkin Pie Cheat*)

Pumpkin Pie Bars Pumpkin. Need I say more? Not pumpkin pie filling, but the pure flesh of a fresh pumpkin, NUM! We bake our Amish Pumpkin Pie pumpkins straight from the garden. After baking, we cool and make pumpkin puree in the blender. Next we set aside all we will immediately use and store the … Continue reading World Best Pumpkin Bars (*A Large family Pumpkin Pie Cheat*)