Christmas decorating and crafting. Two of my favorite things. In fact, around here I pretty much decorate for any holiday that we celebrate. It might actually be a part of my family’s DNA. My sister and I often compare notes about treasures we have found or ways we can save a buck while decorating our homes for our families.Read More
By this time of year, we’ve all heard the ominous warning from family members and friends: this winter is going to be one of the worst we’ve seen. Never mind that they foretell the same bad weather every year, and that there doesn’t seem to be a way they obtain some insider knowledge about meteorology.
Hopefully they’re wrong about all of the inclement weather, but there’s no doubt that winter is nearly here. And the best way to prepare, besides getting out your winter clothing, is to gather soul-warming soup recipes.Read More
If you are like so many others, time is a real commodity. Our everyday lives are so busy and it can become easy to think that eating real, healthy, homemade food is too time consuming and expensive. I am here to tell you that is it not. All you need is one, glorious, easy to use kitchen appliance – a crockpot.Read More
Now, to double your fun! When your roast is done, leave the broth in the crockpot as well as some of the green beans and we are going to make Bean Soup!Read More
Once your soup is cooked, you can bag it in freezer bags to use for a meal at a later dateRead More
I don’t know about you, but I personally feel that even better than the Thanksgiving meal itself are the leftovers. Who’s with me? I even go to the point of roasting an extra-large turkey and including more sides than my family of five needs just so that we can have those yummy leftovers. Aside from just heating them up the next day, I try to make creative meals with them. Today I’m sharing a couple of options of what you can do with those leftovers.Read More