Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Rich and Creamy Four Cheese Baked Penne

You will not find a Mac and Cheese like this in a little blue box. The Asiago in this recipe makes it especially rich and tasty.

How To Set a Place Setting

Just because you don`t have a complete set of well preserved china doesn`t mean that you can`t set a beautiful table. You can transform any dinnerware into an elegant place setting as long as it is done properly. Here`s how...

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Light and Easy Seafood Chowder

This Chowder hearty, yet low in fat and calories. It`s just the dish to chase away chills on a cold day.

Monday, September 8, 2008

I Love Your Blog

I would like to thank Little House in the Suburbs for honoring me with the I Love Your Blog Award. Thank you so much for thinking of me.

The instructions for the passing on of this accolade are:

1. The winner can put the logo on his/her blog
2. Link the person from whom you received your award
3. Nominate up to 7 other blogs
4. Put links of those blogs on yours, and
5. Leave a message on the blogs that you've nominated

Here are some of the blogs that I love:
The Health Exchange
- Full of alternative remedies and good advise.
The Heart of a Mom
- I love the heartfelt entries.
The Junk Drawer
- Always a good read.
This Girl`s Gone Green
- She the greenest I`ve ever seen. Great blog.
Mom`s Cafe Home Cooking
- A great food blog.

I hope you will accept this award. Your blogs have kept me informed, entertained, well fed and given me a laugh when I needed one.


Friday, September 5, 2008

Food for Thought...the Skinny on MSG

MSG could be making you sick. Learn how to recognize the symptoms.

This article courtesy of Darlene McFarlane @ The Health Exchange

Don't Kill That Dandelion

We know it as the Dandelion, but it has also been called Priest's Crown, Blow Ball and Swine's Snout and while many people think of the Dandelion as a troublesome weed, it is actually nature's greatest healing herb.

This article courtesy of Darlene McFarlane @ The Health Exchange

How Well Do You Know Your Halloween Facts

Ah yes, Halloween is almost here. Soon there will be jack-O-lanterns in windows and on front porches to welcome little ghosts and goblins as they troop through the streets with their buckets and bags laden with sweet treasures.

This article courtesy of Darlene McFarlane @ The Health Exchange

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Twisted Lentil Soup

The reason I call this recipe “twisted” is because although I love lentil soup, I am not a big fan of lamb. Years ago I took a traditional lentil soup recipe and twisted it around to better suit my tastes. The result was delicious.