Yummy Recipes (Page 3)

NOTE: There is still plenty of time to share your favorite Christmas cookie with us. Just mail us the recipe, photo if you have one, and a little “background” about the cookie. Also, if you’d like your blog shared, make sure to include your URL. Then email all the infoRead More →

NOTE: There is still plenty of time to share your favorite Christmas cookie with us. Just mail us the recipe, photo if you have one, and a little “background” about the cookie. Also, if you’d like your blog shared, make sure to include your URL. Then email all the info toRead More →

One of the true delights of cold winter days is a toasty warm cup of hot chocolate. Growing up, my Mom ALWAYS had a tin of this instant hot chocolate mix in the cupboard. If stored in an air tight container, it can last up to 6 months in theRead More →

When I was a little girl, one of my favorite things about the Holidays was baking with my mother. She loved… nah, loves… to bake, and the Christmas cookie platter in our house was always overflowing with the most delectable variety of cookies imaginable. Some of the recipes were hand-me-downsRead More →

Last night’s Annual Pumpkin Carving was a blast! Even though the weather was uncooperative… a fine, misty drizzle… and we weren’t able to have a bonfire, our spirits weren’t dampened. There were pumpkin guts everywhere and so much good food, and promises of recipes, no one seemed to mind beingRead More →

(This post is a look into the inner workings of Kimara. Avert your eyes if you are squemish.) So, we all know about my hour long phone call yesterday, and how it turned in a bit of a paint debacle, which proceed into some colorful doodling, which, given the fact that it could,Read More →

Squirrel Acorns and Wee Folk Art started about the same time over a year ago. In that past year, Tina has shared several recipes. I have made most of them, and I can personally attest to the fact that each was yummy. Today, I am very pleased to share Tina’sRead More →

When I first meet Tim, I told him most of my family’s favorite meals were soups. He had this quizzical look upon his face… which for some reason he often has when talking to me… and said he just didn’t think of soup as a meal. After I made himRead More →

Rane and Kids just added a recipe via comments. I wanted be make sure everyone saw her link. Check out her yummy recipe for German Donuts and she shares a little about the recipe and family. The recipe can be found on her flickr account. Thanks Rane!  Hmmm… I now wantRead More →

  We would like to thank Stacy for sharing this recipe for Mulligatawny Soup. I Love Mulligatawny soup. We use to vacation every year in Vermont, and there was a restaurant that had this on its menu. I’d think about it throughout the year, and it was always one ofRead More →

Mmm… baking day… yummy apple bread…   INGREDIENTS 1/4 c. butter 1/2 t. salt 1 c. sugar 1 c. orange juice (can substitute with juice of choice) 1 1/2 T. milk 2 c. flour 2 eggs 1 1/2 – 2 c. chopped apples 1 t. baking soda Topping: 1 t.Read More →

My Bushia was a marvelous cook…of basic foods. And, hey, let’s face it, we consume mostly basic foods, right? As a mother of 13 children there wasn’t much time for fluff, but there was no shortage of flavor! A very Old World, traditional little lady. Now my Grandma Pearl…she was cheeky and modern.Read More →

I love shortbread with my afternoon coffee. This is our first Christmas cookie for the season (it freezes well). I have never actually made it before. This is a recipe my SIL always makes and I have to say… her’s is better 😉 . But since they moved out of state,Read More →

‘Tis the season to be jolly and frenzied! Just like everyone else reading this blog, December is usually a very busy month preparing for the holidays. And despite all our planning, and what seemed like timely preparations, here we are, just 4 short weeks before Christmas, and only 3 weeksRead More →

This year is our family’s 18th Annual Pumpkin Carving Party. Although there are lots of things to do at the last minute, I’ve developed a working list over the years that makes the actually planning a snap. Our family provides the hot dogs, desserts and hot and cold cider. EveryoneRead More →