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We love this mousse, it’s super delicious and light as a dessert. A pinch of pepper is all it takes to add just a bit of bite but still bring out the flavors of the chocolate.
My granddaughter has had some health issues recently and that required a salt-free diet. Seems simple, right? Just don’t use salt. Well, hold on there, everything pre-packaged has salt. So, I started looking for things she could eat. She loves sandwiches and bread, so I thought I’d give this a try. It’s really pretty good…
On Thanksgiving Day we went to my sister-in-law’s house and were asked to bring scalloped potatoes and ham. Now I’ve made it the same way for years but thought I’d look up something new. Turns out, the same recipe I’ve always used is still popular today, from the Betty Crocker Cookbook I received as a…
I needed a quick and easy dessert this week and looked in the pantry to see what I had available. A box of brownie mix wasn’t going to go far enough for the 11 people I needed to serve so I scrounged in the fridge. I had a package of cream cheese. Hmmm. Grabbing my…
Casserole with broccoli and fish
We were asked to bring a side dish to our grandson, Garrett’s, birthday party. The main dishes were lasagna and tortellini. What to bring for that? So, in thinking that everything on the dinner table needs to be a different color, I chose green and then decided on Broccoli-Cheese casserole. I found this recipe on…
Melissa Hoerth Hongisto offered up her Tater Tot Casserole for my side dish call and I’m glad she did. I needed this recipe. Give it a try and let me know how you liked it.
vegetable casserole of cauliflower, broccoli and carrots
Cindy Hamilton generously shared her recipe for ZaZa Cheesy Vegetables when I’d put out a call for some fall side dishes. This recipes sounds amazing and I’ll be giving it a try this weekend. Thank you Cindy, for sharing.
I put out a call on my Facebook page for great fall side dishes and I’m thrilled to say that several of my friends came through. Today’s recipe is from Vickey Sisal Ropson and she’s shared her Autumn Apple Salad. She said, “It was a hit and even my husband liked it.” That’s strong praise…
I’ve mentioned Shelia from work before, and I’m mentioning her again. She made this recipe which she adapted from a recipe she found on Half Baked Harvest and it’s soooooo good I couldn’t wait to share it.
I follow AllRecipes quite a bit. The sheer number of recipes they have is astounding. This week, with it being all things pumpkin, I wanted to share Spiced Pumpkin Seed recipes. Bonus, AllRecipes had it in video form, just click the picture below.
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