Food2019-04-26T16:31:40-05:00

Roasted Acorn Squash

Time to try something new again! This time it's roasted acorn squash, and that's pretty simple. Cut the squash in half (from top to bottom) and scrape out the seeds. Combine some melted butter and [...]

A Plethora of Pies

A decade ago I did a Thanksgiving countdown listing ten of our favorite (or not so favorite) pies, along with the family stories behind them. This year I did something similar, but on FaceBook, not [...]

A New Christmas Bark

I had some pretzels leftover from making Blessing Mix, so when I saw this recipe for Salted Caramel Pretzel Bars, I just had to try it. I'm sure the missionaries will be happy to help [...]

A Rave Review

"This recipe is absolutely outstanding. I really, really like it. It's good enough for company. Did I tell you how much I like this recipe?" Do you get the feeling we'll probably have this for [...]

Pie Time!

November's Cooking Class: PIES (or using the shortening/oil in your food storage) This was originally posted on our Relief Society blog a decade ago, but that is really no longer accessible, and I want to [...]

Pumpkin Pecan Pie Bars

For several weeks I've been meaning to do a post with links to all of my pumpkin recipes. It looks like that will have to wait until next year. In the meantime, here's another recipe [...]

Rabbit Pot Pie

and Chicken Pot Pie, and Beef Pot Pie, and . . . We tried one version of Rabbit Pot Pie a few weeks ago, and I mentioned that we'd be trying it again some day. [...]

Buffalo Turkey Roll-Ups

Technically this should be made with chicken, but we have cooked turkey in the refrigerator, so I'm using that. We also have an opened package of cream cheese, with only two ounces left, so I [...]

Cheesy Bacon Corn Dip

While looking for a dip for some regular plain "stick" pretzels, I came across this recipe. It's not bad, but it's too thick for dipping skinny pretzels, and works much better with tortilla chips. I [...]