I was whipping up a batch of Cowboy Caviar (If you haven’t tried it, ohmy! Give it a whirl, it’s good by itself, as a dip or added to other recipes – delicious!!) and had a large bunch of cilantro I didn’t want to go to waste. I had read what to do to be able to store it so that I could use it in more than one recipe. Continue reading “How To Store Fresh Cilantro!”
Grilled chicken and corn with a side of macaroni salad… A quick and easy dinner is ideal on a warm day, especially when the most time consuming part of it (macaroni salad) can be made in the morning. Continue reading “A Quick Dinner Idea!”
My mom bought me a subscription to the Magnolia Journal – Wow, what a great gift idea! I took a peek at the magazine and set it aside for when I could spend some time perusing the pages. Well, I must have run across the shortcake recipe and I couldn’t find it anywhere. Thankfully, it’s all over the Internet, but I also found it… guess where? Right in the magazine where I first saw it, sigh… Continue reading “Strawberry Shortcake Recipe from the Magnolia Journal (Joanna Gaines)!”
It was cold here in Charleston, SC this past winter, well… for us anyway! There were several occasions that called for a pot of hot, comforting soup. I ran across this recipe on a blog called The Girl Who Ate Everything – and thought it sounded good, so I gave it a whirl (original recipe via Taste of Home!) – It’s a winner! Click HERE to print my version as shown above… (Thanks Mom for the reminder to actually add the link!) 😍 Continue reading “Cauliflower Soup, Cheese Toast and a Chilewich Placemat”
I love running across a tasty recipe, especially one that is quick to make and healthy as well. This one appealed to me because it’s something different to do with chicken. A different taste – chicken can get tedious if you let it. Don’t!
Normally I prefer to post an image of the finished product and then the recipe, but Facebook usually chooses image #2 to post, so… that would explain the backwards way I post recipes…