Long post alert!! For several years running, I've baked my hubby one of two cakes for his birthday. Either the Hershey's Perfectly Chocolate Chocolate Cake or a Chocolate Sauerkraut Cake. Yes, you're reading the last one right! I was given a hand written recipe card about fourteen years ago with a version of the recipe… Continue reading Happy Birthday, Baby!
I love chicken salad! Although, mine is more sweet than savory, but I love it, don’t even mind chopping the veggies for it, and of course, I really enjoy eating it! I got off work early today, ran to the grocery to make sure I had all the ingredients and rushed home to cook the… Continue reading Chicken Salad Blues
That got your attention, didn't it! Years ago (probably close to 30 now), I embarked on a version of low carb dieting without really realizing it. You see, I was newly in love and suddenly my taste in foods changed, I had more energy, I wanted even more energy and I inadvertently found the secret… Continue reading Keto, Low Carb and Dying
I ventured down a rabbit hole last Christmas when I decided to wood burn a present for my hubby. Having only done it once and on a really small project, I soon found the task not up to my liking and was regretting my choice. I pushed on though, burned my fingers a few times,… Continue reading Fall in Love with Art by Liz
Let's make this short and sweet! It's hot here, 92 degrees Fahrenheit but feels like 102! I'm not cooking in this heat, so I picked up stuff for salads and refreshing drinks! I already had the veggies in the fridge, but picked up a rotisserie chicken from the prepared foods section and we were on… Continue reading Summertime, Dinner and Drinks
Banana Split Cake Y'all. Tantalizingly refreshing, not too rich, not too sweet, it's just right! It's fairly easy to make, no baking required, and a little goes a long way! This is my take on a dish that a lot of folks make during the summer. Some of the recipes I've read have pudding layers,… Continue reading Banana Split Cake
Do seasons have a "taste" to you? Winter is all about soups, chili, savory dishes meant to keep you warm. Spring is shedding off the heaviness of winter foods for salads and lighter fare. Summer brings about fruit and veggies in abundance, barbecues and fall roll us back around to comfort foods. Here in Kentucky,… Continue reading Strawberry Rhubarb Pie and the Taste of Summer