December seems to be the month of get-togethers. Whether it is a large crowd or a small gathering, I always seem to be busy making food for friends and family. This particular dish is one of my favorites to make (and eat) for Christmas gatherings. It is quick and easy and you can make it ahead of time! It comes from a cookbook that my mom made for me several years ago;
October means a change in menu. Football, fall, leaves, family gatherings and cooler weather mean these type recipes from our archives… Fun Food for Football Watching by Kim A. – hearty red chili, spinach melts… Barbecue Cups, also by Kim – are simple, quick and delicious! Fallish Fun: Caramel Apples by Kendra – these are absolutely beautiful! Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies also by Kendra Italian
We welcome Amy Waters to our group of authors here at Habits for a Happy Home. You may remember her from when she shared her wonderful gift idea using the Jesse Tree Advent. We look forward to her sharing with us each month now… What are you hungering and thirsting for? Have you ever made an idol out of something good? I know that I
Do you love watermelon as much as I do? Well, we discovered another yummy way to eat it! I try to keep my family eating as healthy as possible. . .and in summertime, that means making our own popsicles. My four-year-old asked (a few times) for watermelon popsicles; so I finally tried to make them, and they are the most beloved popsicle flavor so far!
A few months ago I made it a goal of mine to cook dinner for my family more often. I knew I had become lazy in the kitchen when my afternoon telephone conversations with my husband sounded something like this… Him: What are we doing for dinner tonight? Me: I made meatloaf and mashed potatoes! Him: You actually cooked?! I had let our busy
I have struggled with my weight for 10+ years and have been on many diets and programs, none of which were successful in the long term. I decided in January to make big lifestyle changes. I have changed the way I think about food and am much more active. In less than a year, I have lost 38 pounds, lowered my heart rate, lowered my cholesterol, lessened my
Okay, is it me or does anyone else get hungry when you go on Pinterest. 🙂 My food board is probably my favorite board, but I also discovered this trick a few years ago and was thrilled to find it on Pinterest to share with others. If you are still frying bacon…girl, this will revolutionize your life. Cook bacon in the oven. Cover cookie sheet with tinfoil
It’s Pinterest week again. And here I am, sharing food finds. Again. I really wanted to do something different and share some fun crafty ideas. I have a vast collection of them in my boards, but I haven’t gotten around to trying many of them. See, those are all things to do someday. But feeding my family is something I have to do every day.