Today’s Beet, Watermelon, and Dragon Fruit Salad is an eye-catching bright mix of fruits and vegetables that combine to make a refreshing salad drizzled with a light and flavorful vinaigrette. Continue reading Beet Watermelon and Dragon Fruit Salad
This Creamy Tuna Noodle Casserole is great to add to the recipe repertoire for a tasty comfort food meal. Add a side salad and some homemade biscuits like either my Whole Wheat Biscuits or my standard white Tea Biscuits, and a filling and satisfying meal awaits. Continue reading Creamy Tuna Noodle Casserole
No-bake Cherry Cheesecake has long been a favorite dessert at family gatherings, potlucks, and church, office, and community events. It’s very easy to make, does not take a lot of ingredients, and is showy and super tasty. Continue reading No Bake Cherry Cheesecake
Here is my suggested meal plan for the upcoming week which is Week 6 in our meal planning series. If you want to check out previous weeks’ meal plans, hotlinks to them are included at the end of this posting. Continue reading Meal Planning – Week 6
This Classic Banana Bread is super moist and tasty. Best of all, it’s really easy to make and, apart from the bananas, takes only standard pantry ingredients. It’s the perfect way to use up extra ripe bananas since Banana Bread is best made with overripe bananas. They have so much flavor and add the extra moisture for which banana bread is known. Continue reading Classic Banana Bread Recipe
Here is my suggested meal plan for the upcoming week which is Week 5 in our meal planning series. If you want to check out previous weeks’ meal plans, hotlinks to them are included at the end of this posting.
As with previous meal plans I have published, I’ve provided a list of the main ingredients for each recipe that, for the most part, would probably involve a shopping trip to the supermarket for most. However, as always, read each recipe thoroughly and carefully to create your own list as I have not listed what I consider to be “staple” items like regular milk, butter, eggs, flour, sugar, butter/shortening, oil, spices, etc.
This week, we’ll start off with a baked ham which will give us leftovers for the next day. Continue reading MEAL PLANNING – WEEK 5