These waffles would be excellent to make for breakfast over this Thanksgiving weekend. I found this recipe over at My Sister’s Kitchen. She said it originally came from Cafe 222 in San Diego and was publish in Gourmet Magazine. Whether you have guests that you want to impress or just enjoy a great family breakfast... Read More
Here is another recipe to use up that leftover turkey. This one is from Recipe Girl, who I love. It is also quite healthy for a cream soup, no butter or cream in this one. We all know that after our Thanksgiving feast we could all use some help with a good healthy dish.... Read More
If you are looking for a simplified version of a traditional Thanksgiving dessert look no more. This is a quick and simple, yet can be elegant too all by the way you serve it. I got this idea for a site called A Little Lovliness. Melissa’s site is simply lovely. I must say I would... Read More
So my most favorite part of the Thanksgiving feast is the rolls. You’ve got to have a good homemade roll. All the recipes I am going to share today are from my archives, but I am also going to show you some fun ways to shape rolls. You can mix things up just by making... Read More
Today’s recipe is very similar to a recipe I posted before for Peachy Fruit Salad. Both of these salads start out with a can of peach pie filling as the base. They both came from an issue of Quick Cooking (now Simple and Delicious). The Peachy Fruit Salad includes marshmallows, mandarin oranges, pineapple, bananas, and... Read More
There won’t be any posts today or friday. I’m taking those days off to enjoy time with my family!
It’s Contest Time at SITS!!!!! What does SITS it stands for???? The Secrets in the Sauce Just click on the link and read the post and you will know what it’s all about. I am entering a Recipe Contest at The Secrets in the Sauce – Recipes. The top 10 chosen by (Heather & Tiffany... Read More