This is the absolute best ever strawberry jam. It’s a freezer jam, which means that the flavor is better preserved — no canned strawberry taste. Yeah, it’s got way too much sugar in, but it’s fantastic. You’ll want to start with ripe strawberries. Take the caps off, then mash them with a potato masher. Make… Continue reading Our Family’s Favorite Homemade Jam
Here’s a fun variation of the traditional meatloaf that kids love. I remember this recipe from the kids cookbook we had when I was growing up. I don’t have that particular recipe, but the idea is the same; it works with any meatloaf recipe. Instead of forming it into a loaf, you just put several dollops of meatloaf… Continue reading Kids Love this Kind of Meatloaf!
My kids love broccoli! I’m glad because that means I get to make them this delicious casserole just like my mom made for my family growing up. It’s easy to make and the cheesy, creamy flavor just can’t be beat. It makes it seem simpler to make when I think of it in three parts: Cook 2 10 oz.… Continue reading Our Family’s Favorite Chicken and Broccoli Casserole
Allison and I made Monster Cookies yesterday. If you’ve ever made Monster Cookies, you know how good they are — so moist, buttery (or peanut buttery) and just the right amount of chewy. There’s nothing scary about these cookies, their name comes from their size. You’re supposed to dip them with an ice-cream dipper onto… Continue reading Kids Love Cookies — Especially Monster Cookies!
If you’ve ever been ill, been hospitalized for any reason, given birth, or experienced a death in the family, and if friends and family have brought you food, then you know what a blessing it is to receive meals at a time like that. Or if you’ve had a friend in one of those situations… Continue reading You’re Sure to Bless Them if You Take Them a Meal