Bacon Wrapped Apricots

I made this recipe years ago and it is stall an all-time favorite. It is super simple to make and once you bring them to a gathering you may be asked to bring them every time!  Dried apricots are topped with a fresh sage leaf and wrapped in bacon. 20 minutes in the oven and […]

Cranberry Orange Scones

 I love the combination of cranberry and orange. The tart and sweet contrast to make anything taste better.  My homemade cranberry sauce is laced with orange zest and so are these delicious scones.  I really should call them “cheater” scones because they are so fast and easy and use a trick I pulled from making […]

Sage and Apricot Chicken

All I want in a weeknight dinner is something that is fast, easy, delicious, and not boring that my whole family will eat. This simple chicken does all of that and is also gluten free, dairy free, and made with simple whole food ingredients. Can it get much better? You end up with the ultimate […]

Chewy Molasses Cookies

Sugar and spice make everything nice! These cookies are slightly crisp on the edges and soft and chewy in the center. My mother has been making this recipe for as long as I can remember and they are my absolute favorite! I am not usually one to use vegetable shortening, but these cookies are just […]

Cheeseburger Baked Potatoes (Throwback Recipe)

This is one of my favorite recipes of all time! It is great for stretching a pound of beef to feed more people. It makes a great meal to take to a friend because it is naturally gluten free and is super easy to make dairy free (just leave off the cheese.) This post contains […]

Savory Sweet Potato Casserole

Sweet potatoes are often drenched in sugar and and sweet spices like cinnamon. This recipe lets the natural sweetness of the sweet potato shine. I love sweet potatoes and I like to eat baked sweet potatoes just like baked russets, with sour cream and butter.  This simple casserole uses sour cream, salt and pepper to […]

Crunchy Cranberry Coleslaw

Sometimes you want something bright and fresh for the Thanksgiving table. For me, I know I want something bright and fresh for the leftovers. This simple salad is reminiscent of an Asian slaw salad. It uses rice vinegar and soy sauce, but also uses cranberry sauce in the dressing.  You can use a bag of […]

Roasted Beef Bone Broth

It is soup season and the best soups start with amazing broth. This simple beef broth will transform your soups. It is simple to make, but rich in flavor. It takes several hours to make but most of the time is hands-off. I like to make it on a lazy Sunday afternoon. This post contains […]

Episode Fall Recipe Planning

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/feedyourfamilytonight/Episode_154_Fall_Recipe_Planning.out.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSSOur meals change with the seasons. It is October and that means we are moving into fall. Now is the time to get a set of fall recipes that you will have on repeat for the next month or two.  If you get 5-10 recipes […]

Popcorn Balls

My grandma would come and stay with us for 6 weeks in the winter. She wasn’t much of a cook but one thing she loved to make was popcorn balls. Her recipe involves boiling sugar syrup and blistering fingers. This recipe is much easier to make. You can make them plain white, or add a […]

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