Bake ahead of time and freeze for easy slicing and serving on Thanksgiving (or everyday).
How do you cook your turkey? A fun tradition in some kindergarten and first grade classes is writing about Thanksgiving dinner. The children write how they obtain and cook their turkey dinner. The answers are varied and usually very humorous. My daughter wrote that she would find a turkey in someone's backyard. (On a drive, … Continue reading Tender Juicy Turkey
Toast is kicked up a notch with spicy red pepper flakes.
Perfect for a light summer meal, this salad combines pasta, steak, cucumbers and mangos in an Italian dressing.
Missing grilled cheese and tomato soup? Try this grilled avocado sandwich--it hits the spot.
Quick and simple to make, this chicken salad is a staple in my kitchen.
Light and airy, these dairy-free cream puff shells taste just like the original.
Pickling asparagus is a great way to enjoy this spring vegetable all year long. This mouth-puckering pickled asparagus is perfect for people who prefer sour over sweet pickles.
Sweetened only with apple juice concentrate, this apple pie recipe is perfect for celebrating Pi day, 3.14, and every other day of the year. The ultimate way to celebrate pi day would be a dairy-free Quiche for breakfast, Walla Walla Sweet Onion pie for lunch, chicken pot pie for dinner, and several fruit pies to … Continue reading Apple Pie
February is Potato Lover's Month. I am a potato lover. It quite possibly might be because I am a potato farmer's daughter, and growing up, no meal was complete without potatoes. Maybe years of DNA coding has left meat and potatoes running in my veins. Or maybe it is the never-ending different possibilities of potato … Continue reading Dairy-Free Mashed Potatoes