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It’s hard for me to think about a S’more without thinking of the smell of a campfire and the sounds of crickets chirping and the stillness of a star-filled sky.
Semi-Homemade Pepperoni Pizza
Pizza has always been one of my favorites. It’s true what they say! “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.” This is very true because my son loves pizza as well! I got the kiddos to help me with this recipe because they love pizza, Read more »
September and October are filled with fairs and festivals! I love how the smell of food just lingers in the air as soon as you arrive at one of these events.
Making this stuffing ball recipe really reminds me of when my Nana was still around for the holidays. I remember how as soon as I walked into her house at Christmas, I’d be bombarded by her four dogs and the amazing aroma of turkey and stuffing wafting from the kitchen. Read more »
Memories of Nana
When my Nana passed away, she left me all of her recipes. These ranged from cookbooks to handwritten cards with notes on the back which are so exciting to read. These recipes are very special to me.
Pizza Reimagined and Kid Approved!
Hi Everyone! Do your kids love pizza as much as my little guy does? We all know it can be a struggle (sometimes war) to get our children to eat at times.
French Toast Bites
For the past 4 years we have hosted Christmas dinner at our house. My family comes early Christmas morning and the house is instantly filled with laughter as we sip our coffee and open gifts . Normally, for breakfast, we just indulge in left over cookies and pie from the previous nights Christmas eve party.
2 Ingredient Creme Drop Fudge
If making good fudge is a dream that seems out of reach then this 2 Ingredient Creme Drop Fudge recipe is for you! All that’s required is 2 ingredients and one minute of your time.
Scalloped Potatoes & Hamburg Bake
Listen, I’ll be honest with you, I am terrible at coming up with names for my recipes. I just call them as I see them. When I started this blog all I knew was that I could cook,
Aunt Mary’s Apple Dumplings
My late Aunt Mary was renowned for her deliciously gooey apple dumplings. Although I’m not a huge fan of apples, or any fruit for that matter, I do love the flaky crust and sticky sauce that surrounds the apple. Read more »