Teaching Kids in the Kitchen at Easter: Resurrection Rolls

Resurrection Rolls have been around for a while, but we just started making them a few years ago and this tradition is a keeper!  Just what are Resurrection Rolls?  Very easy to make as a matter of fact- and a teaching tool, as well. Quite simply, crescent rolls are wrapped around large marshmallows, and, as they bake, the rolls become hollow.   When […]

Savory Roast Beef Recipe

Looking for a way to ensure your roast beef is always tender and juicy?  This recipe does not disappoint- in fact, it guarantees perfect roast beef every time.  I always used the slow cooker for beef roasts, with varying levels of success.  This recipe is cooked on the stovetop, but I will be trying it […]

Iced coffee, perfected

My iced coffee has arrived, thanks to a little help from my friends.  Namely, Ree Drummond [aka The Pioneer Woman].  Her recipe for success just made my mornings (and most afternoons) a whole lot easier.  First, you must know that we ditched our large coffeemaker for a Keurig.  Then I became an iced coffee drinker […]

Homemade Marshmallow Recipe

Homemade marshmallows are one of those recipes you’ve just gotta try.   Besides the yummy factor, they are fun to make, giving kids a chance to turn the mixer all the way up (finally!) and get all dusty with powdered sugar (or “Sugar Power”, to quote my toddler.) Homemade Marshmallow Recipe Ingredients 3 packages unflavored gelatin […]

Eating Up Eggs Series: Spinach and Green Chile Quiche Recipe

We have eggs up to our ears, so what better time to make a quiche?  In fact, we have hens laying so many eggs that this recipe is the first in a new Eating Up Eggs Series.  Please come back each Tuesday for more ways to eat ’em up and enjoy! Spinach and Green Chile […]

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