How to Carve a Thanksiving Turkey Like a Boss

Are you intimidated by that beautiful roasted Thanksgiving turkey? Really? Do you secretly wonder how […]

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Crunchy Toasted Chickpeas

I’m always looking for better ways to make crunchy, salty snacks and I promise, this […]

Crunchy toasted chick peas

Our Summer Faves

It’s that time of year again…yes, the back-t0-school, end-of-the-summer, what-do-I-do-with-all-this-great-produce?  time of year! I love […]

Future salsa at the watauga Farmer's Market

How to Make a Single Brownie in One Minute!

Okay, this is a cool and very dangerous little recipe. Just warning you! This recipe […]

1 minute brownie with Butter Pecan Ice cream

So what’s the deal with Duck Eggs?

  We need to talk about duck eggs. Years ago I discovered duck eggs and […]

Duck eggs make a huge difference in baking at high altitude

A Few of Our Favorite Foodies

Are cookbooks obsolete? Some days it kind of feels like it! I’m not ready to […]

Stack of Cookbooks

Make Your Own Homemade Ranch Dressing

We go through a lot of Ranch dressing around here because we use it in […]

Garlic cloves for Homemade Ranch Dressing

Make Your Own Coffee Brown Sugar Body Scrub

Last week I had the privilege of doing a project with our local MOPS group. […]

3 ingredients for Coffee Brown Sugar Body Scrub

Hearty Homemade Beef Stock

Three weeks ago I mentioned that an important ingredient of French Onion Soup is a […]

roasting veggies for beef stock

Christmas Gifts from My Kitchen–I have a plan!

After a busy week of Christmas events, the low-level angst about Christmas gifts burst into […]

Planning Christmas gifts from the kitchen

Planning a Timeline for Thanksgiving Week

A few years ago I wrote about the timeline I follow for preparing a giant […]

Oregano Tea — the secret to making amazing soups and chilis

This weekend I learned the coolest new trick! It’s finally soup weather and I spent […]

A Quarter cup of oregano to 1 c. of water when making oregano tea

Saving Money on Groceries

Sometimes my grocery money disappears so fast it’s almost as if we’ve been gobbling dollar […]

Saving Money on Your Grocery Bill

Planning Food for the 4th of July

When I was growing up, some of our best parties happened on the 4th of […]

Saturday’s Slick Trick: Keeping Fresh Herbs FRESH

Nothing beats cooking with fresh herbs, but KEEPING those herbs fresh until you’re ready to […]