Robyn’s Lasagna

Robyn’s Lasagna

I gave you a heads up yesterday that today (7/29) was National Lasagna Day. You know that I just had to celebrate such an event (and just another FYI that tomorrow is National Cheesecake Day). Lasagna is one of those items that I am kind of picky about; I don’t like just any lasagna. For that reason I prefer to … Continue Reading →
Basil Parmesan Dip with Pita Chips

Basil Parmesan Dip with Pita Chips

Tonight we were all outside working on a project for an upcoming birthday present (I’ll share that next week). Most of the work tonight was done by Hubby and Taylor was assisting. I felt a little guilty just sitting there watching so I decided I would make us all a snack for when they were finished. In the July 09 … Continue Reading →
Fruit Cobbler

Fruit Cobbler

They had blackberries on sale this week so I picked some up to make Hubby a blackberry cobbler. I tried a new recipe from AllRecipes tonight, Easy Batter Fruit Cobbler. It was easy to make. Hubby said it was yummy! I was sort of more along the lines of it was ok – the crispy edges were the best part … Continue Reading →
Chicken Enchilada Casserole Recipe with La Tortilla Factory

Chicken Enchilada Casserole Recipe with La Tortilla Factory

I like all sorts of wraps. They are so easy to customize to suit everyone’s on tastes and they are great for the summer when you want cool foods too. You know that I have been trying to find healthier items to put into our meals at home and multi-grain items have been one way for me to do that. … Continue Reading →
Grilled Pineapple Salsa

Grilled Pineapple Salsa

The picture does not do it justice, in real life it is more bright and colorful. On top of looking good, it tastes yummy! Very fresh and light with just enough sweetness and peppery heat. This is another of our family favorite recipes from Cooking Light magazine. The full recipe is Adobo-Marinated Pork Tenderloin with Grilled Pineapple Salsa. We generally … Continue Reading →
Balsamic and Garlic Pork Loin Roast

Balsamic and Garlic Pork Loin Roast

Hubby generally does not like pork roasts so it is not something I make very often, but they were on sale this week so I picked a roast up. The biggest problem Hubby has is usually that they are dry. This comes from overcooking which is why you really need to use a thermometer and pull the roast at 145° … Continue Reading →
Robyn’s Artichoke Pasta Salad

Robyn’s Artichoke Pasta Salad

We headed up to my grandparents house today in the country to celebrate the holiday. I was asked to bring a side dish, so I brought the one they request most often which is my Artichoke Pasta Salad. I originally found the recipe in Cooking Light magazine a few years ago, but I have changed and adjusted it over the … Continue Reading →
Bacon! Bacon! Bacon! and Bacon Deviled Eggs

Bacon! Bacon! Bacon! and Bacon Deviled Eggs

I knew that would get your attention! I don’t know who first “discovered” bacon but they should have gotten some sort of prize for it. It just tastes yummy! Now I would love to add bacon to everything but that probably wouldn’t be the best thing in the world for me, but the folks over at Bacon Salt have saved … Continue Reading →
Easy Apple Crisp

Easy Apple Crisp

They ate it so fast I didn’t get a picture tonight – sorry about that! They enjoyed the blackberry crumble so much that I thought I would try something similar tonight. We had a few apples in the fruit bowl so that’s what I grabbed. This Apple Crisp is just as simple as the last one so even if you … Continue Reading →