Apple crisp, crumble, or Betty is a great way to use those apples that are starting to get old, since they got pushed to the back of the fridge during the holidays.
Eastern cuisines often feature meatless meals. It makes sense to look for inspiration from these cooking styles, notably for their use of fragrant spices, dried fruits, fresh herbs, nuts, and grains to achieve satisfying dishes.
This cookie dough is made with whiskey!
Try Christine’s Fizzy Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail for an easy, refreshing drink at your next holiday or New Year’s party.
This is a family recipe that you’ll pull out again and again.
What I liked best about the day’s walk was peeking into the Amity and North house windows, picturing picnics on the grounds, watching and listening to the busy birds, and walking along the south side of the lake.
I love it when the pudding is still a bit warm, with sweet cinnamon sprinkled on top.
Making shredded chicken in your slow cooker will save you time and money during the work week.
My husband and I kept a watchful eye as our daughter examined her new baby brother. We had read all of the books and articles about sibling rivalry. We had gotten advice from parents of multiple children.
If you enjoy farmers market produce that’s locally grown, be sure to check out Rainbow…
If you keep a box of yellow cake mix and vanilla pudding in your pantry, you’ll always have this “Go To.”
There is a lot of fun to be had here, as well as some spectacular scenery to renew the soul.
Lavender is trendy. Here’s why.
Lentil Salad with Fresh Herbs is a welcome addition to the summer buffet table.
I learned that a great design successfully mixes the old with the new.
The food and drink can be great, if you go to the right places; and there is lots to do here, if you plan ahead. Let me help you out.
Hopefully, you will get some good ideas about what you can plant in your own garden, to enjoy every spring!
Here’s a tasty, low-carbohydrate, and gluten-free appetizer that travels well.
Keeping deer from devouring everything in your yard is especially difficult in spring and fall.
Monday (April 15), two of my favorite people sent me text links to breaking news: Paris was burning; actually, Notre-Dame was burning.
Six-on-Saturday is six pictures of garden beauty, with limited comment! Last week, I was lucky…