Nana’s Cranberry Salad

The Holidays are upon us. Thanksgiving will be here in 4 days and Christmas soon after.  Along with foods like turkey and green bean casseroles, you’re likely to see a lot of cranberry dishes this time of year. This one is my favorite as it holds a lot of sentimental value.  My Nana, who passed…

German Roasted Pecans

That time of year is slowly (or not so slowly) approaching. It’s getting colder and darker much earlier, and if you can believe it, Christmas music was playing in Krogers today. Crazy, I know.  I’m willing to bet you a cookie that if you walk into a Shopping Mall here right now, you’ll be smacked…

Christmas Scripture Countdown

For the last 4 years, I’ve done a Scripture Countdown leading up to Christmas, and this year, I’d like to share it with you! What I do, is I write scripture down that begins with the prophecy of Christ’s birth, all the way through the “Christmas Story”. It’s just something that helps me focus on…

Christmas Quiche

Quiche is one of my favorite foods ever. Especially when it’s cold outside.  When I was a child, instead of leaving out cookies and milk for Santa Clause, my mother and I laid out mini quiches and milk because unbeknown to me, “Santa” was a diabetic, and didn’t need those cookies šŸ˜Š So today when…

Momma’s Sweet Potato CasseroleĀ 

So the weather around here is FINALLY cooling down. We’ve been in the 80’s every day this Fall until this last week, we got a bit of a cold front and today’s high was 66!  Now that the weather has cooled, cooking all the traditional Fall foods feels more festive. Today The Hubs requested Sweet…