29 06, 2015

Cream of Asparagus Soup

By |June 29th, 2015|Featured, Recipes, Zero Waste Cooking|1 Comment

There are lots of people out there who don’t like asparagus.  I’m not one of them.  And I can guarantee you that even if you don’t like asparagus, you will like this Cream of Asparagus Soup.  When I have asparagus either from my CSA basket or catch it on sale at the store ( I […]

6 11, 2014

Soup-THE Cold Weather Comfort Food

By |November 6th, 2014|Recipes|3 Comments

Nothing hits the spot quite like a bowl of hot soup when it’s cold outside. Truth be told, I’m kind of a soup freak. Not just because I like soup, but because I like soup SO much that I frequently eat soup for breakfast. Yes, you read right. I eat soup for breakfast. I’m looking […]

4 11, 2014

Homemade Kimchi

By |November 4th, 2014|Health & Fitness, Recipes|3 Comments


Korean Kimchi is a diet staple in my house.  The first time I ever ate at a Korean Restaurant was about 23 years ago.  It’s what Guy Fieri would call a dive.  I had a bowl of bibimbap and instantly fell in love with the dish, but mostly with kimchi served as part of the […]

11 04, 2013

Homemade Ham Glaze & Honey Butter

By |April 11th, 2013|Health & Fitness, Recipes|0 Comments

Every time I buy a ham at the store they have these glaze packets inside the packaging.  For years I used them thinking you just had to in order to have ham glaze.  How WRONG I was!  not only is homemade ham glaze easy to make, it tastes so much better than anything you can […]

9 04, 2013

World’s Best Potato Salad

By |April 9th, 2013|Health & Fitness, Recipes, Time Saving Food Prep Ideas|0 Comments

If you are a fan of traditional, southern potato salad, then you will love my recipe!  I’m not trying to be boastful or anything even though it sounds like.  Anyone I have ever made this potato salad for has told me over and over how they think it is the best they have ever had.  […]

6 04, 2013

Homemade Breakfast Sausage

By |April 6th, 2013|Health & Fitness, Recipes|0 Comments

I have been wanting to start making my own  sausage for a while now but have been forgetting to look for ground pork at the grocery store.  It just so happens when I went in this week to take advantage of a ground beef sale, my local grocery had family packs of ground pork at […]

5 05, 2012

CSA Baskets 101: Second Pick Up

By |May 5th, 2012|Choosing Green, Community Supported Agriculture, Health & Fitness, Recipes, Zero Waste Cooking|0 Comments

When the greens come in, the greens come in.  Thank the Lord for the perfect cooling of the weather and rain to make them abundant for the CSA members at Madison Creek Farms this week!  You can tell by all the pics there were a ton of goodies in our baskets this time around.

Most everyone […]

28 04, 2012

Freezer Cooking

By |April 28th, 2012|Recipes, Time Saving Food Prep Ideas, Zero Waste Cooking|0 Comments

Some of you might remember a few weeks ago my deep freeze defrosted twice in the same week.  The first time, everything was A-OK.  The second time, not so much.  I had to toss out 12 of the most beautiful, huge pre-cooked chicken breasts you have ever seen.  And, I had to cook alot of […]

24 04, 2012

CSA Baskets 101: First Season Pick Up

By |April 24th, 2012|Choosing Green, Community Supported Agriculture, Recipes, Zero Waste Cooking|1 Comment

Nothing, and I mean NOTHING makes me happier than fresh, organic produce from my CSA Madison Creek Farms.  The people there are like my family.  So it’s not just healthy, delicious food that nourishes your body, it nourishes the soul.  I know the hearts behind the people who help bring this to us so generously, […]

20 03, 2012

Foji’s Indian Chicken

By |March 20th, 2012|Family, Health & Fitness, Recipes|0 Comments

Some of you may not know, but my ex husband is Indian, from India not American Indian.  For years I have enjoy cuisine.  I am grateful I was able to learn how to cook a little bit of Indian food from my ex’s family.  My son loves when I cook it for him at home.  […]