It’s the Best Time of Year to Find Wild Blackberries

All along the East Coast of the United States something remarkable is happening.  From mid-May to the beginning of June white flowers pop up along fence lines and along edges of wooded areas.  They are a gleaming marker of one … Continue reading

Unsolicited Review: Pioneer Gluten-Free Gravy

**Disclaimer** I was NOT provided any compensation or products to try by the company reviewed. All opinions are my own.  This blog contains affiliate links.  That means if you choose to click on a link to a product and purchase … Continue reading

Leftover Salad

I love recipes that begin as leftovers. The average person wastes 244 pounds of food each year—roughly the same weight as a refrigerator!  Let that sink in… 244!  As a person who hates to waste, I use most of my … Continue reading

25 Savory Asparagus Recipes

  I’m sure you’ve noticed an abundance of Asparagus in grocery stores this week. Asparagus is one of the first Springtime veggies to come out of the ground. They are fresh, in season, and you can find them easily from … Continue reading

The Best Gluten-Free Pancakes Ever

When my son was diagnosed with his wheat allergy the first two things he asked were, “Can I still have doughnuts and pancakes?” I still haven’t come up with a great doughnut recipe but I have perfected my gluten-free pancake … Continue reading

My Favorite Fast, Simple, Gluten-Free Breakfast

I hate eating breakfast.  There’s too much going on in the mornings to even think about breakfast for myself. Getting Adventure and Mysterious off to school on time is like herding cats.  When they finally get to school I feed … Continue reading

July’s Thrifty Recipe: Chocolate Frozen Coffee

I decided this month’s recipe should be a treat.  It’s summertime, after all.  We need something to cool us down AND perk us up in the morning. Chocolate Frozen Coffee Step 1: Make coffee to your taste. Step 2: Pour … Continue reading

Southwest Chicken Chowder

  This is a very yummy, very inexpensive soup to make.  You can make it however you like but I usually make it as a leftover soup. Ingredients you’ll need: Chicken for making stock or 1/2 gallon chicken stock – … Continue reading