Mama’s Loaded Potato Soup

I cannot take a lick of credit for this. It's my mother's recipe. It's delicious and filling. Give it a try and you will be struck with cravings for it forevermore. Ingredients: 1lb. bacon, chopped 1 stick of butter 1 1/2 Vidalia onion, diced 1/4 cup flour 1/2 quart of whole milk 1 bag of [...]

Mushroom Alfredo

Rich, creamy, and comforting...this dish is going to help you greet Autumn in the most lovely way. Ingredients: half a yellow onion, diced 2 pints baby bella (crimini) mushrooms 2 handfuls of fresh spinach fresh dill, parsley, and thyme (a few sprigs of each), chopped 2 cloves of garlic, chopped 1 splash of white wine [...]

Chicken Apple Risotto

I've been making this recipe from memory for years (nearly a decade). Therefore, I can't remember the exact title of it's source (a gluten free cookbook long forgotten). It's a favorite and every time I have made it for someone they have requested the details. So here they are. I hope you enjoy it's hearty [...]

What To Do When the World Isn’t Wonderful

“And I think to myself... what a wonderful world...”. I spun around the living room with Isaiah in my arms and Louis’ voice playing loud. But the words felt like a faded dream. We settle into our morning and turn on Sesame Street. “Sunny Day, Sweepin’ the clouds away. On my way to where the [...]

What to Eat This Summer

Seasonal food inspiration for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and dessert... all on one page. My hope is that you'll be able to scroll to a category, close your eyes, and point... Effectively making this a delicious decision maker for when you are melting under the summer sun and just can't muster any meal time creativity. [...]

Love Your Neighbor?

Love Your Neighbor?

If you have uttered the words, “Well that’s what they get for illegally entering this country. They should have done it legally.”, please read this. It's not often that I offer up such plain spoken, strong language. But I’m going to speak very bluntly. So buckle up. Lets get a few things straight: 1. Many crossing [...]