4 posts tagged cooking

Sausage and Spinach Soup

This rich and flavorful Sausage and Spinach Soup recipe is a great way to create a healthy meal using leftover ingredients in your fridge and pantry. Continue Reading

March Seasonal Produce Guide

A March Seasonal Produce Guide, organizing the fruits and vegetable choices by color to ensure you "Eat the Rainbow".  Eating fruits and vegetables from a variety of different color groups is one of the ways to ensure you are getting all the vitamins and minerals your body needs. Last month, I shared this Seasonal Produce Guide for February and decided to keep it up and create one every month. Here is the March Seasonal Produce Guide: The idea is to use the March Seasonal Produce ... Continue Reading

German Spaetzle – My Grandma’s Recipe

I didn't really learn to cook when I was very young. I don't have any cool stories about standing on a wooden chair next to my grandpa learning how to prepare homemade bread from scratch. My mom was a great cook, but she worked nights so she made our dinners while we were in school and then we just heated them up when it was time  for dinner. I actually didn't really enjoy cooking until I was in my late twenties.  So when I learned that the theme for this month's The Recipe Redux post ... Continue Reading

Valentine’s Dinner – Inspiration Ideas

I've always viewed Valentine's Day as more of a holiday for kids to celebrate. Making little cards for your classmates at school, trading conversation hearts with your friends, and eating excessive amounts of chocolate (okay maybe the last one applies to adults too). However, I believe that in a relationship, especially one that's been pretty long running, you have to still put in the effort to stay romantic. For Dan and me, that means a nice dinner for two at home on Valentine's Day. ... Continue Reading
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