I love to entertain. But I am not crazy about cooking dinner Monday through Friday because I get bored cooking the same “midweek dinners”. (And that usually always involves my bbq.) Part of the problem is when I ask Dave what he wants for dinner his answer is usually “Anything is fine”. Fortunately, this grilled salmon recipe is a favorite of both of ours.
Everybody needs a “go to” dessert that looks (and tastes) like it took a long time to make when in reality it took about ten minutes. I have a recipe in my cookbook for berry cobbler that is exactly that. The ingredients are always in my kitchen and it takes no time to make. The recipe is called Mary Liz’s (not Leslie’s) Berry Cobbler.
With Thanksgiving less than a week away, I teamed up with some very talented bloggers and we are sharing some of our best Thanksgiving recipes! These are the recipes we prepare and serve at our own Thanksgiving dinners. So they are tried and true and delicious. We have appetizers, a salad, a vegetable dish, a turkey, side dishes, a drink, and desserts.
I love to bake. And any dessert that has berries in it is my favorite. Many of you have already tried my Berry Cobbler Recipe. I decided it might be fun to make a mixed berry pie and I am so happy how my pie turned out!
The weather has cooled off a bit and my home smells fabulous from my Pumpkin Spice candle from Antique Candleworks. This feeling of fall has arrived at our home and I am motivated to cook! I am thrilled that today I have teamed up with six bloggers to share fifteen fabulous pumpkin recipes. I cannot wait to try them all myself.