Cool weather and short days crave hearty soups. Stuffed Green Pepper Soup is definitely on that list. Everything that goes into delicious stuffed peppers, but into a soup. Amazing! Photo by Maria Orlova on Pexels.com Begin by browning your burger. We prefer ground beef or venison. Season a pound of beef with a dash of … Continue reading Crock Pot Recipe: Stuffed Green Pepper 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
Kids LOVE tortillas. Over the years we have come to know so many things that are great that have the main ingredient- TORTILLAS. If you do not know how to make them, check out my recipe. In the meantime, they are also fairly cheap, even the different dollar store type chains carry them. The best … Continue reading Tortilla Round Up- 45+ Good Eats You Can Make With Tortillas!
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)
What is better than fresh hot buttermilk pancakes with real maple syrup? Cranberry Salsa!!! Don't let that fool you by the name, if anything it could be a mock jalapeño berry jelly! Add this quick and simple recipe to the breakfast table for the holidays! Begin with softening your cranberries by boiling 3 cups of … Continue reading Cranberry Salsa Recipe
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!
OH, how beautiful garden produce truly is! Dehydrate, freeze or canning are wonderful skills to have; however, I would rather use the fresh produce immediately. This is a great adaptable recipe to do just that. Being a lover of baked goods, I am a bit particular. Sorry, not sorry. Our ladies group is call Mugs … Continue reading Garden Muffins
~Heat oven to 400 degrees. Next, place 8 oz or 1/2 package of bacon on a small cookie sheet. ~In a large skillet place 3 Tablespoons of butter. Melt on low heat. Add 3 cloves of fresh garlic, and a pinch of salt. ~Trim and snap approximately 1 pound of fresh green beans AND add … Continue reading Best Green Beans Ever
Flavorful! Amazingly Delicious! Irresistible! If you lack self control in the kitchen, skip this post and move on please. [As my husband would say ~To the living room with a glass of milk perhaps~ 😉 because these cookies are like fresh maple syrup topped pancakes.] ~Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Set your baking sheets … Continue reading Soft Maple Cookies
With the garden thriving and vegetables flowing to the kitchen, canning season is in full swing. With all the fresh eats, one of our absolute favorite things to make is a full breakfast with vegetable hash browns all the way. One of our Hugelculture experiments After our morning chores and rummaging through our various gardens … Continue reading Breakfast Vegetable Hash