It's holiday time! From family feasts to casual neighborhood get-togethers, the period from Thanksgiving through the January football games is filled with holiday celebrations.
Even though I so enjoy the big Thanksgiving meal, one of the best things is the day after having Thanksgiving leftovers.
Thanksgiving Day has been an annual holiday since 1863, celebrated the fourth Thursday in November.
Whether you're planning a special supper on Halloween with guests invited over or just to stay home, what could be more appropriate than to serve a big pot of Pumpkin Soup.
While having coffee with a good friend Saturday morning, she told me about a recipe she recently tried for Crescent Pizza from the Baxter School Cookbook.
Fall is here, school has started and the days are full with people concentrating on their own lives: going to school, work and sport practices, and all of us touching base at the end of the day for dinner.
As you are planning your Thanksgiving menu, I have a wonderful suggestion to add to your dessert menu. Apple Dumplings is guaranteed to please pie lovers of all ages. They can be made in advance and frozen.
Grandparents are so special. When I think of good food, I think of my grandmother and so many of her favorite recipes I've collected from her.
Want a good recipe using sweet, delicious, vine-ripened, just-picked tomatoes? I suggest you try my sister LaDonna's recipe for homemade salsa that I have been making for years.
Fall months are a fine time to get together with family and friends for a warm conversation and good food. I've learned that to have guests for dinner, it doesn't have to be gourmet.
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