Top 12 Pecan recipes for National Pecan Month

Top 12 Pecan Recipes For National Pecan Month

Hi friends! November is National Pecan Month! Pecan Pie has always been one of my favorite desserts for Thanksgiving. Believe it or not, there are other ways to enjoy Pecans. My little bakers heart knows about pecan cookies and shortbread, pies and bars, ooey-gooey cinnamon rolls and bread pudding stuffed…

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Stacked Sweet Potatoes for #SundaySupper

Stacked Sweet Potatoes For #SundaySupper

Hi friends! We're nearly a week into November and I'm already dreaming about Thanksgiving. Are you? We always have a big turkey, cheesy smashed potatoes and oyster dressing. Those are traditional. The rest of the meal however, is always changing. As we've welcomed more people into our family, they've brought…

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Growing up, we called Brussels Sprouts "Nasty Baby Cabbages." The only way, and I mean the only way, my Mom could get us to eat them, was to smother them in cheese sauce. We're not talking any cheese sauce either. We're talking melted, ultra-processed, can you even call it cheese,…

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Top 12 Peach Recipes – August

Top 12 Peach Recipes – August

Hi friends! Every time I get ready to post Sara's Top 12 on the 12th I find myself saying "Can you believe we're already to the middle of the month?" Time seems to go faster and faster as I get older. Why is that? It doesn't seem fair. Then again,…

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Savory Grape Dressing

Savory Grape Dressing

Are you looking for new and unusual ways to have grapes this summer? I've got you covered! This easy Savory Grape Dressing will dress your favorite summer salad deliciously. It pairs perfectly with spinach and a variety of other greens and herbs. This is one of the recipes I demonstrated…

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Creamy Grape Salad with Candied Walnuts

Creamy Grape Salad With Candied Walnuts

It's never too late for dreams to come true, y'all! As a former teacher, I love showing people how to do things. Talking, teaching and sharing is hard-wired in my DNA. My Mom was a teacher, my Dad was a college professor, my grandmother taught music and Grandpa? Well, grandpa…

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Grilled Corn with Herb Butter #SundaySupper

Grilled Corn With Herb Butter #SundaySupper

Today, we are breaking out the grill in celebration of warm weather and spending Sunday afternoons outside with our family! The menu today is grilled corn with herb butter and some simple grilled salmon! Since the grill was hot, we added some chicken to use for easy meals throughout the…

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Thyme Roasted Potatoes

Thyme Roasted Potatoes

Not too long ago, I had an opportunity to see a World Record in action!  Northgate Market, Idaho Potatoes, Melissa's produce and Chef's Toys put together an amazing display of 103,600 pounds of potatoes in one place!  It was a sight to see!  Take a look through the pictures and…

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Orange Balsamic Vinaigrette

Orange Balsamic Vinaigrette

Bees are buzzing in our local orange trees!  There is a distinct smell of early spring in the air, and I'm already dreaming of fresh salads from my tower garden!  It's only the beginning of March and yet, I feel the need to clean everything out, dust off the last…

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Chefs Toys and a Crunchy Asian Vegetable Salad

Chefs Toys And A Crunchy Asian Vegetable Salad

You may recall from a previous post that Chefs Toys hosted an event at Melissa's Produce last month! I was so enamored of the company, I bravely asked if our Inland Empire Food Bloggers Group might have a tour of Chefs Toys newest location in Corona, Ca.  After all, Corona is…

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