Autumn Pot Pie with Roasted Vegetables — The New Vintage Kitchen

The ultimate comfort food, but in this version no one will miss the meat (especially if you don’t bother to tell them it’s not there…) There is one dish everyone in my family agrees on – a pot pie. Chicken pot pie, turkey pot pie, and seafood pot pie are the favorites, but I think […]…

Bavarian Goulash — A Jeanne In The Kitchen

Originally posted on A Jeanne in the Kitchen: Goulash is a beef and vegetable stew that has been a main staple of many European countries since around the 9th century. It is a staple in the diets of Hungarians, Germans, and many of the Slovic counties. Hungry for Hungarian Sometimes you will hear goulash referred to……

New Year’s Resolutions Every Couple Should Set — PushUP24 —

New Year Resolution At the beginning of each new year, there is a feeling of refreshing renewal. Many people take this as an opportunity to make New Year’s resolutions. We want you to take it one step further and make this year even better. You can do this by creating relationship goals. We have 10…

19 Super Bowl Food Ideas for Game Day — Artful Homemaking

Super Bowl food ideas are here, just in time for the game! Whether you’re looking for Super Bowl party food ideas or just easy Super Bowl food recipes, I’ve put together this list to help you out. 149 more words via 19 Super Bowl Food Ideas for Game Day — Artful Homemaking

My Word For 2020 By Come Home For Comfort

via My Word For 2020 I choose my word for the year by looking back over the previous year and recalling the ways God was at work in my life. I think about the blessings and the trials of the year, and I review the passages of Scripture that were most precious to me during…

Editing is a humbling experience. — Two on a Rant

I’ve heard it said that people who can, do & people who can’t, teach. Personally, I think that’s a crock of cr@p. The best teachers are the ones who have slogged through the mire in their field of study and can teach you how to stay away from the tar pits. A better way to […]…

A Song Guaranteed To Make Me Cry / And It Did. Miss You Bobby

I almost made it through this holiday season without hearing this song. It’s a song that always makes me cry. It was a Christmas Song that Bobby really liked. He would play it over and over. One year when he was still living at home…..he played it so many times that I dreaded hearing it…

New Year Resolutions – Why did it start? — It’s Raining Cats and Blogs

The traditions of making New Year’s resolutions goes back over 4000 years to the ancient Babylonian festival of Akitu. During this festival, they would plant crops, make promises to their gods and pay back their debts. The Babylonians believed that if they kept their promises to the gods, they would stay on the god’s good […]…

13 Lucky Foods for the New Year — Haphazard Homemaker

Originally posted on Haphazard Homemaker: I didn’t know that there were actually Lucky Foods that you were suppose to eat for the New Year to insure good fortune until I met my husband. His required list is pretty simple: Pork or Ham, Black Eyed Peas, Collard Greens and Cornbread. It wasn’t enough for me to… via…

Rail Fanning At The Historical Museum In Dade City/Saturday

Danny and I picked up lunch at The Black Eyed Pea in Dade City.Then headed to the Historical Museum. 3 trains so far.We got to see the inside of the museum. It’s closed but they showed us anyway.We also found out : They are the ones who BOUGHT THE LAKE WALES HO TRAIN SET. Not…

A Charles Dickens Christmas Goose — Rosemarie’s Kitchen

One Christmas, many moods ago, I got it in my head that we needed to serve goose for Christmas. I was feeling very nostalgic – thinking not of my own Christmas Past, but Christmas of long ago and far away. I was dreaming of a Charles Dickens Christmas. The problem was, I knew absolutely nothing […]…

Mussels Marinara – Quick And Easy Seafood Appetizer — Sip and Feast

Mussels are really easy to make, readily available (and affordable!) in most areas, and most importantly super delicious. There are so many ways to make them, but a family favorite of ours is with a simple red sauce. This Mussels Marinara recipe takes about 30 minutes and can be served as an appetizer with crusty…

Ash Wednesday Psalm Resource for Creation Justice — Gifts in Open Hands

The Justice Witness Ministries of the United Church of Christ has a Lenten resource called Journey into Hope, and has invited writers of their Worship Ways weekly resources to create companion materials. I curate the Living Psalms section which offers to worship leaders every week a justice-themed psalm using the psalm of the day. For […]…

One Word Sunday Challenge – Restoration — Cee’s Photo Challenges

Here is my entry for Debbie’s, Travel With Intent blog, One Word Sunday Challenge and her topic this week is Restoration. I’ve gathered a list of challenges and their hosts. So if you know a challenge host, please direct them to my blog. Feel free to contact me anytime. I hope everyone will be able […]…

Barbecue roast chicken with all the trimmings — Al cooks

Serves: 4 Prep time: 35 minutes plus overnight brining Cooking time: 2 hours or about 40 minutes without a spit Summer is nearly here and it’s time to spend more time cooking outside. I was fortunate enough to be given an electric rotisserie spit for my barbecue last year and have had some great meals […]…

Cooking for One or two or family member — MoonStar

Our Best Tips for Meal Planning for One Choose recipes that specifically serve one or two people. Portion out your meat. Put leftovers straight into the freezer. Roast a bunch of veggies at once. Make breakfast for dinner. Grocery shop at the salad bar. Make things you don’t mind eating for lunch the next day. […]…

Sunday pep talk — Banded Carolina Girl

I always wanted to be beautiful. Not the kind of beautiful that lands you on a magazine cover, but the beauty of a confident & captivating woman who rests in knowing who she is. I never thought it could happen for me, I doubted God could give that to me. But then He did. It’s […]…

A Lenten Devotional (p)review — thoughts, prayers & songs:

Lent is just around the corner and that means that though I am profane, most of the time, I hunt for resources to augment my devotional life, as I journey with Jesus on the road to the cross. Paraclete Press reliably carries some wonderful offerings. For this Lent, they have three new books which I […]…

Meatlovers French Bread Pizzas — Kalish Cooking

Ingredients:2 loaves of day-old Jimmy John’s french bread8 ounces tomato pizza sauce4 pepperoni sticks, cut up into small chunks (JackLinks or any brand will do)1 medium yellow onion, finely diced1 red bell pepper, finely diced4 strips bacon, cooked and crumbled1 cup leftover pork or chicken, cut up into small cubes8 ounces Kielbasa, sliced very thin8 […]…

Hit publish! — lynz real cooking

Hi to all of my friends and new followers! You have been dearly missed these past few months. As many of my good friends know, the past year has been full of; baking, cooking, taking photos, testing, re-testing, editing and endless reviewing. I finally had to say “enough” and am hoping to push the publish […]…

Natural metamorphoses — Eugi’s Causerie

the courage of change old man river can attest lurking of springtime Frank Tassone’s #Haikai Challenge #127 (2/22/20): waters of spring (haru no mizu) This week, write the haikai poem of your choice (haiku, senryu, haibun, tanka, haiga, renga, etc.) that alludes to the waters of spring (haru no mizu). -Eugi featured image – Pexels via…

Like babies — How my heart sings

Sunday dinner. roasted spuds and meat Yorkshire puddings, gravy,pepper,salt These are what the English like to eat Though microwaves may bring it to a halt Roly poly,syrup sponge and cream Apple dumplings,marmalade on toast Men adore hot puddings gently steamed Though who will have the time to be a host? Now we buy sponge puddings […]…

Living Lore: Hiron’s Hole ~ Gary Stocker — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

On the present-day B4086 Wellesbourne Road is Littleham Bridge. One evening in November 1820 William Hirons (or Hixons), a yeoman farmer from nearby Alveston, was on his way home from Warwick. As he approached the bridge in question he was mugged and left for dead by four assailants. He was found, fatally wounded, with his […]…

Injured Female Manatee and Her Calf Rescued in Florida Waters — TIME

(FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.) — A female manatee named Marlin and its calf were rescued after wildlife specialists found them injured in Florida waters. The South Florida Sun Sentinel reports the pair is being treated for wounds and infections at the Miami Seaquarium. The mother was found Saturday with boat strike wounds. The female calf has… via…

Finish Each Day And Move On — Simply Etta

Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day. You shall begin it serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson via…

Sunday Best Roasted Chicken — Good Dinner Mrs Mellen

Lazy Sundays are perfect for cooking wonderful family meals. Sunday dinner, a tradition in our home, has all our family coming together to enjoy sharing time and food as a family once again. I learned to cook form my mother who masterfully created a different feast every Sunday. In our Italian American family, we honored […]…