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Just a Little LoveI love developing recipes and sharing them with people (and I love to hear how they liked them). This takes time and a lot of ingredients! If you've enjoyed any of my recipes - a donation of any amount would help me keep going! (just use the little button below) Thanks for your support - Helen
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Looking for a meat-free sandwich that’s hardy and filling? Portobello mushrooms fit that bill. Totally vegetarian and totally delicious! It’s easy and fast – great for lunch or dinner
Looking for a quick meal or a hearty lunch? Here is a simple stir fry you can whip up in no time. Buy the chicken already cooked and the broccoli already cut –
Lox aren’t just for cream cheese and bagels! How about adding it to toast with avocado? A healthy breakfast on the run or as a part of a great brunch! And it’s SUPER simple!
January 1 was National Bloody Mary day – so I made some Bloody Marys! We used vodka as well as a couple of other variations (see below). It’s a great drink for brunch.
Here’s a soup inspired by Southern Comfort food – just throw it in the crock pot and when you get home – It’s Dinner! You can use some of that left over ham we made yesterday!
Looking for a ham glaze that’s a little different than the standard honey mustard? Here’s a great one! It’s made with pomegranate molasses – a tart syrup made with pomegranate juice, lemon juice and sugar. It’s a staple in … Continue reading
It’s National Spaghetti day! Most people immediately think of the long noodles with a tomato and meat sauce, but the word refers simply to the pasta! Spaghetti is from the Italian word that means “thin string” or “twine”. A perfect … Continue reading