Bread Machine Sourdough Brown Sugar Rolls

The kids had to split wood today and that means they  needed the will to survive. Simply put, I bribed them with food and I don't care who knows about it. Of course, that also meant I got to play around with recipes and if you have been reading long enough, you know I am always looking for … Continue reading

Sweet and Spicy Glazed Nuts

These little gems are awesome! I never knew how easy it was to make glazed nuts, and wanted to use up the last of the nuts in the cupboard from our gluttony around the holidays. Now, we can eat these by the handful, or chop them up and top a cake or ice cream with something with a little bit of … Continue reading

Kid Friendly Salmon Cups

Quick and easy, these salmon cups can be made from ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen and pantry. I was lucky enough to find cans of Wildcaught Alaskan salmon for a steal at the local grocery store, so stocked up. If I put anything in wonton cups the kids will eat it, so I … Continue reading

DIY Rice a Roni Mix

I have a burning desire to always put food up. No matter if it is canning, freezing, dehydrating, or simply layering into canning jars for the pantry, it is one of the foremost things I worry/think about, when I have time to muse. I have found that many of the old cookbooks address meals in a jar, … Continue reading

What’s On Your Lunch Menu?

No, I am not going to rant about the school lunch program again. Today, this is closer to my heart, and home. What is on the lunch menu for your homeschooled children? Our school year starts pretty soon, and that means organizing and preparing breakfast, plus lunch, for school. We start our days … Continue reading