Syrup on the Bottom French Toast

Hi Folks. Here’s another recipe from our family Christmas. Everyone loved it! Recipe and image from allrecipes.com                                                                                … Continue reading

Slow Cooker Make Ahead Scrambled Eggs

Hi Folks, I hope you had a blessed Christmas and that you enjoyed lots of good food! I have a few recipes to share with you. But the best one that got the most raves was this one. I usually make an egg casserole the night before. But I decided to  make this Betty Crocker recipe early … Continue reading

Raisin Oat Muffins

Try this recipe for yummy muffins. I made a batch and froze what was left individually. So now we can pull a couple from the freezer, thaw in the microwave  and enjoy them on the spot! I cut the recipe from the American Profile section of our paper. Kudos to Hazel Nute, Tacoma, Washington Raisin Oat Muffins  … Continue reading

Cheese Grits – Best Ever

I recently saw a cartoon I think you’ll like. Question concerning an older couple: How long have they been married?” Answer: “Long enough to be on their second bottle of Tabasco Sauce.” I love that. In September, we’ll have been married for 55 years. Hmmm. I wonder if I still have the same bottle of Tabasco. … Continue reading

Lemon-Poppy Seed Zucchini Bread

On this rainy cool January day, I pass on to you a recipe to warm your heart and comfort your weary bones. It comes from Southern Living, December’s Food Gift for the Month.  It has a “tender, fine-crumbed texture and bright citrus flavor ” that offers “a refreshing change from traditional spiced zuccchini bread.” It’s great for … Continue reading

The Best Ever Pimiento Cheese

Okay, for those who’ve asked for my secret recipe for pimiento cheese, here it is. Our daughter, Lisa didn’t want me to post it on myblog because she and her friend Amy plan to feature it when they open a coffee shop type business.  I’m finally giving it out for two reasons. The first is obvious. When will these two … Continue reading

Cheese Grits and Sausage Casserole

A friend gave me this recipe in 1987. It’s sure to please everyone, even yankees. That is, if you can get them to try it. When my husband came into my family, he would only eat meat, potatoes and green beans. My mother, a wonderful cook, soon had him trying all kinds of new things.  And … Continue reading

Make-Ahead Low-Fat Breakfast Casserole

If you’re like me, you may be looking for palpable ways to cut the calories over the holidays. Especially since we’ll be eating all the traditional stuff for Christmas Dinner. We really like Ciabatta bread, so this recipe caught my eye. It’s from Cooking Light and is really good. It’s low-fat and easy to prepare.                                                                                                                                       Make-Ahead … Continue reading