Beat the Breakfast Blahs {Prepped Ahead}

TweetHere’s your hotline to Beat the Breakfast Blahs (and in the process, not lose your mind!). I may be retired and there may only be two of us at home now,

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Tropical Breakfast Cookies

TweetMornings get hectic, especially during the school year when just about every member of the household, except the cat, has a place to be. Getting a healthy breakfast on the

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Basil-Oregano Pesto {Kitchen Basics}

TweetPesto is such an easy condiment to make IF. If you have access to beautiful and bountiful basil (if it’s a basil-based pesto, that is) which, fortunately I do this

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Parmesan-Herb Dipping Oil {Kitchen Basics}

TweetDo you dip? No, silly, not THAT kind of dip. Yuck! (If you live around “good ol’ boys, you know what I mean. If you don’t, well…sorry you’re missing out

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Strawberries with Lemon Curd

TweetI’ve always been partial to lemon. In fact, I’m rather obsessed with it if I’m being completely honest. The tarter, the better in most cases. And I’ll also go on

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Ruby Thomas’ Chicken Breasts Eden Isle

TweetI’m really not obsessed, y’all. It may seem that I spend a whole bunch of time talking and writing about the Red Apple Inn on Eden Isle. Actually, I DO

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Spring Pea and Radish Salad

Tweet Peas + Radishes. Are you kidding me? Does that even sound good to you? Well, I’m here to tell you that I’m about to change your mind.  Cause this Spring

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How Hot is That Pepper Anyway? {Kitchen Basics}

TweetI’ve had several people ask me why I always make my jams and jellies with habanero (not habañero) peppers since they are so doggone hot. In fact, they’re blazing! Well,

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Preserving Spring: Strawberry-Basil-Pepper Jelly

Tweet#letsbreakbread I really don’t spend every hour of every day making jelly and jam even though it must seem that way. It’s just the season, y’all. The berries are coming

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Farmer’s Market Chopped Salad

Tweet#letsbreakbread Y’all it’s pure-d hot! Summer has definitely arrived in Arkansas. When it’s hot, we often turns to entree salads. Even though these are lighter fare, I still want them to

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