Hot and Spicy Oven Roasted Salsa

I normally tell you to leave out the peppers if you don't like spicy food. This time is an exception. Put the peppers in, and take a chance on a little pain! It's so worth it! This oven roasted salsa is great on meats, veggies, corn, even for dipping bread or chips. It has a … Continue reading Hot and Spicy Oven Roasted Salsa

Amazing Old-Fashioned Apple Butter

Apple butter holds a special place in my heart. It was my Grandma's favorite thing in the world, and I've always felt close to her when I eat this simple, silky smooth, fall treat. Apple butter doesn't have to be as hard to make as everyone says. Dump everything into your crock pot or dutch … Continue reading Amazing Old-Fashioned Apple Butter

Grilled Veggie Fajitas

Let me start with a disclaimer:  I do not have a position on the corn vs. flour tortilla debate (corn). Both are delicious (corn), and both work well as fajita wrap. Whether you're a meat eater or a non-meat eater, you'll love these. If you're dairy-free, you'll want to use vegan sour cream, but the … Continue reading Grilled Veggie Fajitas

Carrot Curry Soup

I love this soup!  It's savory, rich and filling, and it's still healthy.  Carrot soup on a chilly, Fall evening is a cozy warmer for your heart. It's a great stress reliever. This soup pairs well with a roasted, green vegetable, like asparagus or broccoli. Of course, toast or cornbread is a great compliment as … Continue reading Carrot Curry Soup

Sugar-Free Chocolate Almond Brownie Cookies

I'm calling these "brownie cookies" for now because I didn't think to just make them in a sheet and call them brownies. Next time, I'll try that, but these turned out great, so I'm going to go ahead and share them with you. I made these so that my diabetic dad and my gluten-free sister … Continue reading Sugar-Free Chocolate Almond Brownie Cookies

Lamb Loin Chops with Asparagus

Made these yummy lamb chops with love tonight!  I took my time and marinated them for about three hours, but you don't have to do it for that long to still get a great chop. The secret is to grill them rare to medium rare, and eat them with your fingers. Lamb Loin Chops with … Continue reading Lamb Loin Chops with Asparagus