You Need This for Simply Delicious Weeknight Dinners

The Weeknight Dinner Cookbook by Mary Younkin of BarefeetInTheKitchen.com
When dinner is delayed and the house is a mess ... when you've been driving and chauffeuring your way through endless days of music lessons or ball practice or medical appointments ... when you're tired and the people who inhabit your space have the audacity to expect a meal, you need The Weeknight Dinner Cookbook — Simple Family-friendly Recipes for Everyday Home Cooking. Continue Reading

Not Your Mama’s Canning Book: praise from a devotee

Not Your Mama's Canning Book by Rebecca Lindamood
Do you start yearning for fresh produce about mid-January? Do you wax nostalgic when summer rolls around and canning jars go on sale at the hardware store? Hang tight, friend. I've discovered a canning book filled with incredibly decadent recipes that will have your steam gauge spinning. Also? You'll want to CAN ALL THE THINGS — a reference to page 19 in a new book by Rebecca Lindamood. It seals the deal on canning season, now and forevermore. Continue Reading

How To Tame Those Teen Snack Attacks

Teenagers and snack time
Teen snack attacks are nothing to joke about. Ravenous kids will decimate your kitchen in under 10 seconds. They sniff out cereals, crackers and chips. You can spend your entire grocery store budget one day and have bare cupboards the next. Unless you take action and do something about it. Now. Continue Reading

Cheesy Garlic Herb Spaghetti Squash

Cheesy Garlic and Herb Spaghetti Squash
Have you cooked a spaghetti squash? It's simple, and a fantastic substitute for traditional pasta. Combine squash with fresh peas and garlic herb cheese. Continue Reading

Blueberry Buckle Is the Perfect Summertime Dessert

Farmgirl's Blueberry Buckle
Fresh blueberries are a delicious summertime treat, and this Blueberry Buckle recipe make them even more sublime! Continue Reading

Green Apple Guinness Melt

Green Apple Guinness Melt
This rich, rustic dish combines sweet and tangy green apples, savory cheddar cheese and creamy stout beer, buried in a butter-filled baguette. It’s a recipe so simple you won’t even need the luck o' the Irish to prepare it! Continue Reading