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Stocked Pantry? Can Do!

Posted by , January 22nd, 2015

In the dead of winter, few things are as comforting as a well-stocked pantry.  Snowstorm coming?  No problem – a pantry full of staples means there are enough canned vegetables, beans and dried pasta to last for days. (Maybe weeks!)  No time for a big trip to the grocery store? A fully loaded pantry helps stretch out the full-cart shopping trips.  Read More »


National Soul Food Month | Corn Pudding

Posted by , June 25th, 2013

June is National Soul Food Month. While many people associate soul food with fattening culinary delights, soul food is really about taking food that is abundant and affordable and transforming it into appealing food for your family. Read More »


Game Day Chili

Posted by , January 27th, 2012

It’s winter. It’s cold (most of the time). And while my team missed the Super Bowl by three points, we have one last football game until the boring-ness of February sets in and we all start aching for sunshine.

That means … chili! Read More »


Cherry Cobbler

Posted by , February 10th, 2011

I love pie, but I’m not a master at making a pie crust.  While traditional homemade pie crusts are delicious, they can also be time-consuming.  At my home I save time-consuming desserts for special occasions.  This cobbler gives you the same flavors you like in a traditional pie:  buttery crust and a sweet, juicy fruit filling.  Read More »


Turkey Chili

Posted by , February 7th, 2011

I really haven’t eaten a lot of chili over the years – I guess I generally assumed I wouldn’t like it with all those beans. But, recently we went over to a friends’ house to watch a football game and they made a delicious turkey chili. I did eventually get the recipe, but not before I attempted to replicate it with my own recipe. Read More »


Mandarin Orange Salad with Caramelized Almonds

Posted by , February 3rd, 2011

I have been making this salad for years, as it has been handed down in my family. But I figured the super bowl would be a good time to write about it because according to family legend, my aunt discovered this salad at a 1971 Super Bowl party, long before I was born. Read More »


Dinner In A Pinch: Tuna Noodle Casserole

Posted by , February 1st, 2011

Imagine this: It’s time to cook dinner and you head to the kitchen, only to discover that you forgot to thaw the main ingredient for what you had planned. Or you didn’t have a plan, but all your ideas involve ingredients that are rock solid.

We’ve all been there. What to do? Read More »


Lump Crab and Pumpkin Flatbread

Posted by , January 31st, 2011

5:40PM. It was nearing dinnertime. I rustled through my cabinets to find ingredients that were worthy of combination and being sculpted into dinner.

5:45PM. Several ingredients had gathered, although, not to the pleasure of the chef-in-residence (that’s me, ahem). Read More »


Three Bean and Veggie Chili

Posted by , January 28th, 2011

“What do you meeen you don’t eat noo meat? Oh, that’s okay… I make lamb.” — My Big Fat Greek Wedding

I must admit, vegetarian dishes do have a great appeal, as they are pretty easy on the wallet. I am not a vegetarian, but for the sake of sticking to a weekly food budget, we’ll eat fish a few times a week, and we will eat a dish that has neither fish nor meat once a week . Read More »


Do the Can Can & Pumpkin Spice Muffins

Posted by , January 17th, 2011

Every year around this time, we hear the familiar tune that goes with the classic Can Can Sale. It requires a bit of strategic planning though if you are not one for big crowds while shopping. Read More »

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