This is a modification to a satisfying and simple recipe a friend shared with me. It is a special treat … More
Another week has rolled on by and we are still frozen here in the midwest. The sun shines, snow flutters, … More
What would My January Rest be without creative fixes (figuring out how to use something up) and of course flops? … More
A few days into the sugar-free adventure, I did not find great joy. When karate-chopping the burnt edges off my food in anger, I figured the episode was induced by sugar withdrawal. My poor husband stood there, quietly watching me from a distance. I suspect he contemplated making a run for it, but it was only a pizza cutter: the risk was minimal. Not pretty. Not pretty at all.
Yes, I find humor in MJR’s process of eating up what we have and concocting odd dishes or dinners. Here are a few of this month’s good, bad, and otherwise food antics.
For those who like The tangy and tart taste of cranberries, this one is a winner. Packed with fiber, vitamin … More
Many years ago, on a winter night, we were blessed with our first snow and one our first traditions was born. … More
If you love s’mores, you might enjoy this easy, indoor version for times when you don’t have access to a … More
Once upon a time about thirty years ago, I dreamed about opening a restaurant. I would have called it Noodles or Meatballs … More
Cookie, oh cookie Promise deliciously sweet I must consume you!
If you have read my recent post, you are aware that I have the privilege of working with Chocolate and … More
I am most excited to go to my studio today! Why? I meet, Don McCormick, Chocolate and Pastry Artist to … More
This is a new favorite. It is an upscale version of the egg in the basket recipe. Those that know me, … More
In the sappy sweet love story, Forrest Gump declares that he and Jenny go together like peas and carrots. My husband … More
So far, so good! That is the state of my Rest. It is only a few days in, but if … More