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Influenza Sorbet

Influenza Sorbet

As a child, my grandfather would make his “special cough syrup” each year to help us get over our illnesses faster. In an old Mason jar, the cough medicine would sit at the top of our refrigerator (which at the time seemed so tall). All I could see was the...
Cookies in a Jar

Cookies in a Jar

Sometimes I just don’t have the time to hang out in the kitchen mixing lots of ingredients to make cookies. To save time, I am starting to mix the dry ingredients and store them so that all I need to do is add the “wet” ingredients and mix them up....
Sweet Baked Peaches

Sweet Baked Peaches

Peaches are one of my all time favorite fruit. It could be the childhood memories of eating fresh peaches from my grandfather’s orchard or the cobblers that were made from them. One thing is for sure, I love them! This humble, yet divine dessert is simple to...
Spice Up the Holidays With Pomegranate Jelly

Spice Up the Holidays With Pomegranate Jelly

Who doesn’t love homemade gifts?  I decided to make some homemade jellies, but wanted to do something a little different. Rather than giving them the regular jams that I make in the summer, I wanted to bring a little winter variety into the mix and try my hand...
Cook Like Grandma with these Bacon Fat Gingersnaps

Cook Like Grandma with these Bacon Fat Gingersnaps

I love finding news ways of using things I would otherwise throw out. The uses for bacon grease are too many to list, but I had to share one of my favorites – bacon fat spice cookies! As if cookies weren’t good enough, adding some bacon fat to them takes...

Delicious and Healthy Quinoa Coconut Granola Bars

 Most delicious desserts are usually rich and decadent and calorie-laden, not healthy. To my surprise I found a super yummy and tasty dessert made from only whole foods that your family will love. There is no added sugar. No flour. No oil. No “bad” ingredients like...
Sweet and Spicy Peach Chutney

Sweet and Spicy Peach Chutney

Chutney is a funny word, isn’t it? This authentic condiment originated in India and is a marriage of fruits or vegetables with vinegar, spices, and sugar. Many use it as a condiment and can be a quick way to add some zesty flavor to sandwiches or as a topping on...
Candied Citrus Peel

Candied Citrus Peel

These little guys will spruce up a cake or muffins, dipped in dark chocolate or can be eaten alone! Anyone at any skill level can make these. The method to make these delectable treats is so simple – sugar and fruit. You can choose from any citrus you prefer...
Honey Sweetened Fruit Preserves

Honey Sweetened Fruit Preserves

I thought I would share one of my favorite pectin-free recipes with you all today. I stumbled upon it purely out of necessity. I had purchase some beautifully ripe fruit at the farmer’s market and excitedly began preparing it to make jam. Little did I know I was...
Snow Ice Cream

Snow Ice Cream

Well, it’s like they always say, “When life gives you snow, make ice cream.” It’s all in the perspective, folks! Make use of all that snow coming your way and create a delicious treat with it. You want to collect clean snow before it hits the...
Lemon Icebox Pie

Lemon Icebox Pie

As a southern girl, we love our icebox desserts. My grandmother introduced me to these yummy desserts and I since the first time I tried them I was a forever fan. Now that I have kids of my own, life gets pretty hectic and when I want to make a dessert, I always turn...
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