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Easy Salad Wraps

Back to school is an exciting but often stressful reality for students, moms, and student wives. One of the easy things to let slide in the first weeks of school is our nutrition. We’re too busy, tired, or broke to make healthy decisions ... Read More »

Apple and Cream Cheese Dessert

Ingredients: One package of crescent rolls ½ of an 8-ounce package of cream cheese ½ cup of sugar ½ teaspoon of vanilla extract ½ stick of butter, melted 1 can of apple pie filling Mixture of cinnamon and sugar for sprinkling on top. &n... Read More »

The Aroma of Fall from Your Kitchen Stovetop

One of my favorite things about this time of the year is the wonderful scent that fills the air. There’s nothing better than the smell of fresh pumpkin bread in the oven and a nice warm cup of apple cider. However, you don’t have to hav... Read More »

Spice Up Your Speech!

I was in my forties before I first sampled Tex-Mex cooking. Friends encouraged me to try jalapeño peppers, fajitas, quesadillas, enchiladas, nachos, and everything else I now enjoy. I am also learning to like foods seasoned with curry, cor... Read More »

The Lasagna Bomb

I was telling a friend today that, even though I’ve been cooking for my family for almost 35 years, every now and then I still lay an egg. My latest bomb was about six months ago when we had company over for dinner and I overcooked the ch... Read More »

Serving Friends Through Food

I will never forget the kindness of my friend Debbie Rambaum. She was a neighbor who lived across the street from us in Largo, Florida, when we were in those early child-rearing years. Debbie was not a believer at the time, but she brought ... Read More »