With ripe strawberries at Grandma and Grandpa’s house, we just had to have Strawberry Shortcake! In our family, that means sweetened biscuits and strawberries. Most of the family can handle a little gluten and strawberries, but not my son. I didn’t want him to be left out; so, I mixed up his own batch of biscuits from Grandma’s cupboard Continue reading “Gluten Free Shortbread Biscuits”
Black beans and yams are truly delightful together. When you add a little tomato and cilantro to them, they are even better!
My 3-year-old daughter grabbed ahold of this phrase and incorporated it into her bed time routine. She had to remind Mommy before she fell asleep every single night that life is NOT fair. She started doing this faithfully about 5 months ago. There were a couple of nights that she forgot to tell me this ever important truth and she would burst into tears calling me to come back into her room. Continue reading “Life’s Not Fair”
A Narrative from the mother of Jesus
Who am I? An old woman? Yes. But, who am I? A descendant of King David? Yes. But, who am I? A Galilean? Yes. But, who am I? A woman named Mary? Yes. But who am I? Continue reading “From the Mother of Mothers”
When you want an easy salad to be dressed up and taken to the next level, make a simple dressing and you will have a whole new world of flavor! Continue reading “Garlic Rosemary Dressing”
In my teen years I became a chocaholic. Yes, I was completely addicted. I loved coconut and CHOCOLATE. I loved nuts and CHOCOLATE. I loved caramel and CHOCOLATE. I loved fudge on my CHOCOLATE ice cream. I liked to eat chocolate all by itself: dark, milk, semi-sweet, it didn’t matter as long as it was CHOCOLATE! I could not choose a favorite. Continue reading “God or Chocolate??”
When you need some comfort food for both your stomach and your soul, you can’t go wrong with curry. Continue reading “Curried Creamed Spinach and Garbanzos”