I have been on a wrap kick lately, revamping my favorite at-home salad and taking it from the plate to the tortilla. I toss it together in the morning and pack a wrap to be enjoyed at lunch while at work.
Potatoes always win applause and are a favorite vegetable at our house. Whether I fry them, mash them, scallop or bake them, they seem to make a meal complete. This week I would like to share a good basic cheesy potato bake that's sure to be a favorite.
I so enjoy this time of the year when fresh herbs are growing in my planters and fresh chives out my back door so I can snip them anytime I need them. It's best to snip in sections rather than cutting the entire clump to keep the plant growing.
If you're looking for a light and refreshing dessert that is quick to make and impressive to serve, here it is - Creamy Pineapple Pie. It's a wonderful way to complete a summer meal. Best of all, it doesn't require any baking.
Some traditional recipes just can't be beat, like my dad's recipe for egga kakka, a pancake recipe also known as Swedish Pancakes or Crepes. Pancakes come in many shapes, from very thick breakfast pancakes to very thin and delectable crepes.
This week I am sharing a recipe for potato salad that my sister Judy served at a barbecue on Father's Day that had lemon Jell-O in it. I know you think this is crazy to put a box of lemon Jell-O in your potato salad but it was very creamy and tasty.
Today in Photos 11.04.13 to 11.17.13New Pathways 80s Prom5A Warrior Football Semi-Final Against ChaskaMy GalleryClimbing Tree at Gregory ParkWarriors Girls Swimming and Diving FeatureOut and About at Kiwanis ParkCenter for Lifelong Learning - Vietnam ProgramNorthridge Fire Fort Ripley
What is a "living wage" for a family of four in the Brainerd Lakes Area?