Homemade Reese’s flavored Gelato

On the whole, I avoid culinary sensationalism. That's mostly to do with the French being known for their cuisine... They eat snails and call it a delicacy! No thank you, very much. Sewer rat may taste like ribeye steak, but I'll sure as shootin' never know. I'm a simple kind of lady with simple tastes. … Continue reading Homemade Reese’s flavored Gelato

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Christmas Dinner Menu

One of my favorite parts of the holiday season is the sharing of recipes and food. Preparing and eating dishes I know my great granny or friends have made and enjoyed is heart-warming to me. Not quite like having them with me for dinner, but it's as close as I can get in some cases. … Continue reading Christmas Dinner Menu

Homemade ACV

Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is a staple at my house. We use it for everything from medicine, to cooking, to health and beauty. It truly is indispensable. While I was making a medicinal ACV drink for my husband who was plagued by congestion, allergies, and sore throat, I noticed we were almost out of ACV! … Continue reading Homemade ACV

Easy Cheesy Chicken and Rice with Broccoli

Tips and Tricks Tuesday! Hooray! My stove top is still broken because I still haven't wanted to pay someone to come out and fix it, especially since we have had to recently pay for repairs on the home we own and rent out in another state (FYI- don't purchase a home unless you plan to … Continue reading Easy Cheesy Chicken and Rice with Broccoli

How I Cooked for my Family Without a Stovetop

Being allergic to wheat, gluten grains, and corn, I do 98% of my cooking from scratch. I get the usual reactions from people; "What CAN you eat?" or, "I wish I had an allergy so I could be as skinny as you!" or, "Oh, you're trendy!" or "Why? What does eating it do to you?" … Continue reading How I Cooked for my Family Without a Stovetop