Tag: Main dish

Pressure Cooker Ham with Just 3 Ingredients!

Pressure Cooker Ham with Just 3 Ingredients!

This simple pressure cooker ham has just 3 easy ingredients and can be made in a pressure cooker or slow cooker for stress free holiday entertaining.

Butternut Squash Soup Recipe and Figuring Out Picky Eaters

Butternut Squash Soup Recipe and Figuring Out Picky Eaters

If you’re looking for autumn in a bowl, this butternut squash soup recipe is just for you. We’ve brought it up from the archives, with a few updates, and I just have to share that my husband now happily eats squash and even lets me buy […]

Summer Berry Salad Recipe

Summer Berry Salad Recipe

It’s berry time!  I’ve picked almost 20 pounds of strawberries and raspberries the past couple weeks and have been feverishly perfecting recipes that feature summer’s berry bounty.  Several the recipes are for preserved berries so we (and you) can enjoy them year round.  But this […]

Tomato Basil Chicken Roulade Recipe

Tomato Basil Chicken Roulade Recipe

Chicken roulade never fails to impress.  When it was roasting in the oven, Eric wandered the house saying, “Wow, it smells so good!”  Once you slice it into little spiraled coins of chicken and serve it, everyone says “Ooooh!” and thinks you spent hours on […]

Vegetarian Curry Recipe

Vegetarian Curry Recipe

We’re big curry fans in our house.  While there are lots of different kinds of curry and different ways to make it, I keep curry as one of my, “I only have 15 minutes to get dinner on the table!!!” meals.  To keep it simple […]

Mint Radish Noodle Salad Recipe

Mint Radish Noodle Salad Recipe

Our CSA starts this Thursday, and I anticipate it being the high point of my week.  To give you an idea of what my last week has been like; my pastor from Hawaii passed away, my grandmother had to be rushed to the ER twice, […]

Asparagus Soup: What to do with Asparagus Ends

Asparagus Soup: What to do with Asparagus Ends

Every time I cook with asparagus, I fret over those woody ends that I’ve always been taught are good for nothing but the compost pile.  While I can add them to my freezer bag of vegetable scraps to make stock, I felt like there had […]

Turkey Potsticker Recipe and Healthy Cooking on a Tight Budget Update

Turkey Potsticker Recipe and Healthy Cooking on a Tight Budget Update

In March I posted a beef potsticker recipe as part of the United Way Hunger Challenge.  While good, it doesn’t compare to my turkey potsticker recipe.  Ground turkey just seems to have a softer texture that works well with the potsticker wrapper which is chewy […]