Slow Cooker Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

When it starts to get cool, I always felt it was time to dust my trusted slow cooker off. I should have used it more often in the Summer because it sure would have been better than turning on the stove! And I did occasionally use it for ribs. Mmmmmmm-mmmmmm! I think that I just … Continue reading Slow Cooker Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

Italian Sausage Penne

I have been hmmm-ing and uhhhh-ing over which recipe to post next. While my mind has been stumbling through my recipes, I've been organizing my blog to make it easier for you to find my recipes. I have added a Recipes button to the Menu bar complete with sub-categories like Main Dishes, Appetizers, Cookies ect. … Continue reading Italian Sausage Penne

Aunt Paul’s Stuffed Jumbo Pasta Shells

This recipe was inspired first, by a recipe that I had found on the AllRecipes site (I'll provide the link at the end) and secondly by a recipe on the back of the Italpasta jumbo shells package. You see, I had emailed the Allrecipe one to my family awhile back and it was a huge … Continue reading Aunt Paul’s Stuffed Jumbo Pasta Shells

Pork Souvlaki And Home-Made Tzatziki

One of my favourite types of food was Mediterranean food. I could have happily lived solely on it. Well, okay maybe that's not true because I loved eating a great number of styles of food but I could have eaten a whole lot more! Except octopus! I draw the line on my beloved Mediterranean food … Continue reading Pork Souvlaki And Home-Made Tzatziki

Cousin Kim’s Healthy Chicken Burgers

My cousin Kim is a beautiful woman who, for some reason believes that she needs to lose weight. Isn't that how it is with us women? We are sooooo hard on ourselves! Even me! In my last post about shopping, I put a picture of myself with my pink hair extensions. Do you know what … Continue reading Cousin Kim’s Healthy Chicken Burgers

Balsamic Honey Pork Tenderloin

Summer is coming and that means...Grilling Season Has Begun! Woo-hoo! I love this time of year. The flowers are coming up, the trees are flowering making the air smell sweet and the days are getting longer. I would spend my weekends turning the soil in my gardens and planting my herbs, veggies and annual flowers. … Continue reading Balsamic Honey Pork Tenderloin

Spicy Thai Beef & Noodles

I always had a love of both Thai and spicy foods. As my ALS progressed, I lost my ability to eat spicier foods because the heat bothered my throat too much. You don't have that problem so you can enjoy some heat in your dishes! Of course, you can adjust the heat level so that … Continue reading Spicy Thai Beef & Noodles