In the kitchen with Sharon this week is good friend Patricia Nichols making turtles. This is so easy to make with your children and grandchildren and it’s quick and easy, just how I like it and it’s so good and that’s the main thing.
Hello! What better way to start your holidays out but with this simple recipe. Finally, I got my peanut butter fudge to turn out right.
Hello. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. I love the smells of baking cookies throughout the house. Don’t you?
I hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving. Now, what to do with leftover turkey? Patricia Nicholes says to make a turkey pot pie, and she gave me the recipe.
Hello! What’s Thanksgiving without sweet potato casserole?
Nothing evokes the spirit of the holidays more powerfully than the hearty aroma of seasonal dishes and treats.
Hello! It’s November and time to think about Thanksgiving Day dinner. In the kitchen this week is my good friend Patricia Nicholes with her awesome pumpkin pie. It’s on my list to make.
In the kitchen with Sharon this week is my new friend Debbie Hicks with her delicious pumpkin bread. Not only did she make it, she brought me in two loaves to work ( I shared it, of course). It didn’t last long.
As Americans prepare to enjoy Halloween next week, the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) is offering six DOs and DON’Ts to help families and friends keep their loved ones living with dementia-related illnesses safe and comfortable.
In the kitchen with Sharon this week I am making a caramel apple poke cake. Who doesn’t love apples and caramel?