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These muffins have become a staple at our house. They are great for troop events because they are gluten and dairy free, and almost all the girls in our troop can eat them. They can be whipped up in 15 … Continue reading
I previously shared my recipe for Sweet Potato Casserole (here), but wanted to update the recipe to show how it can be made with real / fresh sweet potatoes.
Roasted Brussel Sprouts are a family favorite around here. They are a great side dish to add to any meal. If you have never tried them, they remind me of little cabbages. The little balls of veggie, are best when … Continue reading
Thanksgiving is behind us and now it is time to start on the holiday baking. Each year I love to make cookies and candies to share with neighbors, friends and co-workers. In addition to the traditional fudge, I also make … Continue reading
The other night we had Cranberry Orange Pork Tenderloin for dinner. I forgot how much my family enjoys this meal. This recipe uses only a few ingredients, and takes less then 30 minutes to prepare, making it a perfect weeknight … Continue reading
As a child, my father was stationed in Japan. I am not certain if this is where my mother learned to make fried rice, but it was a staple growing up. This is my take on my mother’s recipe.
Have you tried jicama before? Many Americans are unsure what to do with this root vegetable and stay clear of it. Next time you are at the market, pick one up and try this jicama slaw recipe.