Most of us are cooking more at home and sometimes finding the right recipes is hard to do. I have struggled every day deciding what to cook for dinner. I am so happy I found this amazing website which will help us all cook great meals with the food we already have in our homes.
I think we are all cooking a lot more in our kitchens these days. But food is limited and it’s hard to cook creatively when your food options are limited. How many of you have thought you had no idea what to cook for dinner? Well, good news. I just found an app where you can add your ingredients in your home and the app instantly finds matching recipes from the most popular cooking websites! In fact, you can find thousands of recipes to cook with the food you already own.
It’s true. I have only 82 different food items of food in our home (where I have been quarantined by myself for 6 days) and I just found 7,823 recipes to make with just what I have.
Today I have joined twenty-four bloggers as we share the best recipes for Christmas cookies. There are so many fabulous cookie recipes and I can’t wait to make them all!
Don’t be shocked but this is my first ever attempt to make and decorate with Royal Icing. I was a bit nervous since I was trying something new and I wanted to share my favorite lemon sugar cookie recipe. I am pleased to say it was really fun and not near as hard as I thought it would be! Which was a huge relief since this really is one of the best recipes for Christmas cookies.
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.