Wings, wings and wings! What started out as a mostly “hot wings” kind of thing, has today turned into just about any kind you can imagine with a variety of tastes and flavors. And let’s face it, wings are not only economical to buy, but fun to eat … sticky, sweet, savory, tangy, spicy, deliciousness … Continue reading Honey Barbecue Wings
Lemons and Strawberries are great together. It’s almost like the perfect “marriage” of tart, sweet and tangy. Since I had 2 fresh lemons leftover from my “lemon saga” of making lemon pie filling, lemon no-bake cheesecake parfaits and candied lemon peel, I decided to use one of the remaining lemons for this recipe … because I … Continue reading Lemon Strawberry Loaf
Cold days call for a comforting food, and nothing is more comforting than a piping hot bowl of soup.This Chicken Enchilada Soup is easy to make, a little “feisty” with some herbs and spices, and uses everyday ingredients found in most well-stocked kitchens. Ingredients2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into 3 or 4 strips each, … Continue reading Chicken Enchilada Soup
Do you ever find yourself thinking, I can make that better myself? Happens to me all the time, but sometimes we just like the “convenience” of grabbing something already “packaged” for us because it’s easier. Well, I’m all about easy, but I’m also all about knowing what’s in the food I eat, so I stay away … Continue reading Easy Noodle Soup
It’s time to THINK SPRING and make some of these Lemon No-Bake Cheesecake Parfaits. Light and delicate, they are the perfect dessert, or treat, anytime you make them. I love making them in mason jars, so they are an easy “on the go” treat to take anywhere; to the office, on a picnic, or to a … Continue reading Lemon No Bake Cheesecake Parfaits
Because I like to find uses for “all of a product” I decided to candy some lemon peel from the lemons I use to make my Lemon Pie Filling. Once the peels are candied, they can be stored in an air-tight container up to one month. I like to dice them up small and serve … Continue reading Candied Lemon Peel
One of the easiest and economical things you can do is buy a whole chicken and cut it up yourself. When you buy a chicken at the grocery store, organic or otherwise, or your local farm (preferred), you are paying for the butcher or processor to have those nice breasts or thigh pieces already cut for … Continue reading What to do with a Whole Chicken?