6 Ways to Simplify Your Shopping

I recently read a book at the prompting of my pastor’s wife—Year of Plenty by Craig Goodwin. This book was a good read, but it did more than entertain me. It started me thinking about the things I purchase, how I purchase them, and why. I suppose that’s the mark of a good book! When […]

21 Days of Family Favorite Recipes-Day 13 Molasses Sugar Cookies

Do you have that one recipe you must bake or it simply isn’t Christmas? Me, too! There’s just something about cookies. No matter how many wonderful desserts there are out there—cakes, pies, pumpkin and jelly rolls, brownies, cheesecakes—though I love to bake and eat them all, there’s nothing quite like a cookie still warm from […]

Canned Cream Soup Replacement: From Scratch Holiday Cooking

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and there is going to be a whole lot of baking and cooking in America’s kitchens, if you haven’t started already. I made and froze all of my pie crusts (my great-grandmothers flaky pastry crust is amazing) ahead of time last week, so I only have to thaw them for an hour […]

A Homemade Christmas and Chocolate Sauce Recipe

One of my favorite things about the Amish is their commitment to create homemade items. From food, quilts, crafts, furniture, clothes, they do it all by hand in their homes, barns, and workshops. The traditions and knowing how that is passed down by them makes up a richness lost in today’s mainstream, plastic, throwaway mindset. […]

Simple Comfort Food: Chicken Noodle Soup

Flu and cold season is in full swing here, and while my family has been blessed with good health this winter, I want to be prepared. One of my favorite comfort foods to help fight off these illnesses is homemade chicken noodle soup. Researchers aren’t entirely sure why chicken noodle soup helps, but it does […]

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...