Crockpot Brat and Sauerkraut Soup

There are somethings that just go together. And being in Wisconsin, cold days and soup are hand in hand. But to honor my German heritage, I found a way to enjoy brats and sauerkraut without having to tailgate in subarctic weather. Don’t get me wrong, we still do that, but now we don’t have toContinue reading “Crockpot Brat and Sauerkraut Soup”

Recipe – Ham and Cheese Rollups

During the week time is limited on what we can make for dinner. We need things to be quick, easy and tasty. This is a different version than the pigs in a blanket option, and a crowd winner in the house. You can easily adjust this for your own family’s tastes. Ham and Cheese RollupsContinue reading “Recipe – Ham and Cheese Rollups”

Recipe – Crockpot Chicken and Noodles

January in Wisconsin is snowy, windy, cold, and all you want is to sit in front of a fire, with a blanket, a good movie, and a dish of Chicken and Noodles from the crockpot. The chicken is fork tender, the smell is heavenly, and it warms you while it fills you up. Feel freeContinue reading “Recipe – Crockpot Chicken and Noodles”

Recipe – Chicken Cacciatore

When I was young, my mother had surgery, and my dad wanted to make dinner for her, something different and new. Pouring over the cookbook, we found a chicken cacciatore dish, that looked excellent. Sadly I don’t have that same recipe, but I have found a great option instead. Please give it a try andContinue reading “Recipe – Chicken Cacciatore”

Recipe – Instant Pot Beef Roast and Vegetables

One of the easiest things in the world to make is a roast. Low and slow, and yet I never could make them right. I don’t know what I would do wrong, but I just stopped trying to make them. It’s one of my favorites and I never could make them properly. Until now. MyContinue reading “Recipe – Instant Pot Beef Roast and Vegetables”

Holiday Treat – Divinity

Have you all had this treat? If I have, I don’t recall it. But it seems like it’s a classic recipe that was popular, back in the 60’s. So, let’s relive a classic recipe and enjoy a non-baked treat. Divinity: Ingredients: 2 ⅔ cups white sugar ⅔ cup light corn syrup ½ cup water 2 eggContinue reading “Holiday Treat – Divinity”

Holiday Treat – Lemon Volcanoes

I don’t generally like lemon flavored foods, I love the smell of lemons, and the taste in a beverage, but to eat, not as much. I know that I am in the minority when it comes to that, so I was happy to find a unique recipe that caters to those lemon lovers out there,Continue reading “Holiday Treat – Lemon Volcanoes”

Holiday Treat – Brown Betty Buttons

I’ve never heard of this cookie! So I’m glad to share new recipes with you, and hope you share with me the results of your baking. Now I love the idea of a sandwich cookie with raspberry filling. I can only think that a chocolate coating would also be fabulous, let me know if youContinue reading “Holiday Treat – Brown Betty Buttons”

Holiday Treat – Chocolate Covered Cherry Cookies

It’s not a secret in my family, I dislike Maraschino cherries. Hate them in fact. I love real fresh cherries, but don’t give me those fake cherries. This recipe includes them, but since they are in a cookie, I’m willing to overlook them. Chocolate Covered Cherry Cookies Ingredients: ½ cup butter 1 cup white sugarContinue reading “Holiday Treat – Chocolate Covered Cherry Cookies”

Holiday Treat – Pecan Praline Cookies

When I had gone to Savannah several years ago, I was introduced to Pralines. I was in love with them since then. This recipe is rather simple and hopefully one that you will enjoy. It gives you that sugary, nutty, melt-in-your-mouth delicacy, that Pralines promise. Enjoy! Pecan Praline Cookies Ingredients: 35 graham crackers 1 cupContinue reading “Holiday Treat – Pecan Praline Cookies”