Making My Home A Haven is important to me. Sharing homemaking skills. Recipes and food. Bible Studies. This is a treasure chest of goodies. So take a seat. Have a glass of tea and enjoy. You will learn all about who I am.
Old Fashioned Sweet Potatoes (aka Candied Yams). Grandma Betty’s recipe comes out perfect every time with with or without marshmallows! Continue Reading → The post Grandma Betty’s Old Fashioned Sweet Potatoes (aka Candied Yams) appeared first on Culinary Craftiness.
I’m never sure how one measures a “bunch” of anything. I used my own home-grown parsley, and simply went by “feel” on it. Which I think is entirely appropriate.
A recipe from The City Tavern Cookbook: Recipes from the Birthplace of American Cuisine, by Walter Staib. This one is on page 218. Part of the CookingBites Cookbook Game, #6. Which is where we make a recipe exactly as written from a print cookbook that sits in our home. (Yes, you can dial down the size if you are cooking for one! Or for a few other, explained, reasons. I made a variant for four, while the original recipe served 8.)
When do you start baking Christmas cookies? We start putting up our decorations on my birthday (at the end of November) and then I let the baking begin. Friends and neighbors come over on the weekend for a Christmas baking party with their recipes in hand (and favorite requests) and every year I bake my favorites, plus add…
I have a fabulous dressing recipe for you, just in time for the holidays. Cornbread Biscuit Dressing is fantastic. It’s made with cornbread made from Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix and biscuits also made from a mix. It tastes heavenly especially if you enjoy stuffings and dressings with your turkey dinner. Cornbread Biscuit Dressing does take… via […]
From Sarah : I have a confession. I love dressing /stuffing. I don’t care what you call it. I always make my mom’s recipe. ALWAYS! It’s a wonderful bread and herb dressing. Lots of flavor. I also make a corn and oyster casserole/ dressing. Both Danny and I love it. For our Thanksgiving meal at the park, I make a combination cornbread/ bread dressing. This one changes from year to year. Sometimes, I make 2 different ones. We have Southern And Northern Staff And Volunteers. I am to please.
Dark guinness beer, tender shiitake mushrooms, and juicy steak transform a classic comfort food into a SUPER cozy mushroom steak shepherd’s pie that will be a permanent spot on the dinner menu! I kid you not, y’all, last week we got roughly around 6 inches of snow. In October. BEFORE HALLOWEEN!! So you see why […]
From Sarah : I am starving and really craving THIS right now. I love mushrooms and any kind of Shepherd’s Pie. Beer is a great idea. While you are there, Check out the rest of the blog. Love and Hugs Sarah
“Today I am sharing one of my favorite quick and easy sides- 5-Ingredient Corn Casserole. This is a go-to side dish for me when I am trying to put together a menu, and just need “one more thing” to make it perfect. This dish is prepped in minutes, and is versatile enough to serve with pretty much any of your holiday favorites.
This casserole is filled with whole kernel corn, creamed corn, corn muffin mix, sour cream, and melted butter. The result is a rich, buttery, savory, sweet, delicious side with a firm pudding like texture and studded with whole corn kernels. I serve this casserole warm, but it delicious at room temperature as well.”
From Sarah : This is a recipe I use for special occasions. Thanksgiving would be a good choice. Lots of photos. Best Of All !!!!! There are LINKS TO A NUMBER of other SIDE DISHES.