I DON'T KNOW whether I'll have time to churn out a batch or two of these delicious gumdrops before Christmas, but I've made them in the past and they are delicious. I got the original recipe from bhg.com, and while the coconut ones look yummy, the grapefruit variation is what caught my eye. I thought … Continue reading Grapefruit gumdrops
These sweet and spicy nuts make a great holiday gift, if you can keep from eating them all yourself.
I KNOW WHAT YOU'RE THINKING: More soup recipes??! But I LOVE making soup! I make it a lot. And of all the soups I make, my boys request this one over and over. It's easy to make and I almost always have the ingredients on hand. This might not be a true New England recipe, but it's creamy and … Continue reading Meg’s New England-Style Clam Chowder
This creamy roasted tomato soup runs circles around that stuff from a can you enjoyed as a kid.
WHEN I COOK, I don’t often strictly follow recipes. I do when I bake, but not when I cook. (If that makes sense.) This is especially true whenever I make soups and chili. I always make it in about the same way, but I usually just kind of throw everything into the pot and it almost … Continue reading Green Turkey Chili
Like my last post about stromboli, this recipe isn't one that came from either of my grandmas. But, it's something I must have in my kitchen at all times. I just assembled a big batch and thought I'd share the recipe here. And yes, it probably is easier to just buy a packet of the … Continue reading Homemade Taco Seasoning Mix
This isn't a grandma recipe. But it is something that I make often, and I first started making it based on a recipe card my Aunt Cathy tucked into a recipe box I received at my bridal shower. Anyway, my neighbor called me from the grocery store yesterday, asking what she should buy in order … Continue reading Stromboli