Yes, you read that right. Honeynut squash is a butternut squash’s little brother/ sister. It’s delicious and depending on how you top it, it can be also eaten if you are following the Paleo or Whole 30 diet. So where did I find this beauty? When I was at Trader Joe’s, they had the honeynutContinue reading “Roasted Honeynut Squash (GF, DF, Paleo, W30)”
I decided to create a new potato casserole for our Sunday dinner. My mother-in-law told me that she loved it as she scooped up a second helping of the casserole. So I think it’s a winner in my book.
Last week I didn’t share a recipe with you. I was still trying to figure out the new gluten free diet I’ve been on the last two weeks.
I’m going to try to post a new recipe every Tuesday. At least that is my goal. Let’s hope I can reach the target. It all depends on what happens in my life. As you know life happens.
Welcome to Day 23 of 31 Days of Slow Cooking. Yesterday we got early to finish the rest of the Donut trail. We were successful this time. Now Hubby is going to get my free shirt for completing the Donut Trail. During the next few days, I’m going to be sharing some of theContinue reading “Corn Casserole (Day 23)”
This recipe is simple to cook up and is also delicious. To me that is what makes a recipe a winner.
These carrots are made using the same process as my brown sugar carrots. However, I changed the recipe just a little bit because we were eating an Asian main dish.
The Imaginative One turned 13 last month. A tradition in our house is for me to cook one of the birthday boy’s favorite meals for their birthday. We had the Imaginative One’s dinner the day after his birthday because we had planned to be out on his birthday.
I started back to work last Wednesday. Since I know life can get crazy when I’m at work, I decided I needed to make some freezer meals. I cooked up some hamburger in the slow cooker. Some of the cooked up hamburger became taco meat for the freezer. The Wee One loves tacos so he’sContinue reading “Asian Cole Slaw”
I found this recipe a few months ago. Since then, I’ve made it several times for our Sunday dinners.