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Jalapeno Cheese Corn Bread


If you noticed, although I have a food blog, I do not claim to invent these recipes or take any credit for creating them. I simply find them on the web, magazines, cookbooks, or TV and try them out so I can filter out the bad ones and share the good ones with you! This […]

Easy Chicken Enchiladas


If you ever visit a church for the first time, see if they have a welcome packet for new visitors. Highland Hills Baptist Church in Grand Rapids, MI has the best welcome kit! My sister and brother-in-law attended this church regularly when they lived in Grand Rapids, along with my ex-boyfriend, so I visited a […]

Oreo Truffle Eggs


You already have the recipe from Oreo Truffle Bombs. I just added food coloring and a jelly bean on top to cover the toothpick hole. I shaped these into eggs for the Easter season. The green ones are mint oreos, and the blue are regular. Oreo Truffle Bomb Recipe

Pepperoni Rolls


I’m thinking of calling these Pepperoni Sushi instead because that’s what they look like before cooking them. Guess I’ll stick with Pepperoni Rolls though. When I was at my parents a few weeks ago, we had dinner at a restaurant called Old Chicago. My older sister, Angie, was also visiting the same time so she […]

Italian Meatloaf


This is Michael Chiarello’s recipe (one of my favorite Food Network personalities). It’s a must-try, and if you do…it’s a keeper! So flavorful, you won’t believe you’re eating meatloaf! <Click here for updated post and recipe>

Mini-Baked Wonton Cups


This weekend was a special one. I was sent to a seminar in Grand Rapids and therefore was able to visit my family. My sister, Angie, also came home to see the family so it was just like old times again. We decided we needed to make something for the food blog since we were […]

What Would You Put on Your Panini?


When you have an extra $30 – $50, get yourself a panini press. We got our’s as a wedding gift and it is one of our most precious kitchen items. When we’re in need of a quick lunch or dinner, we’ll just get our panini press out and whip up a delicious sandwich! Now, regular […]

Broiled Tilapia Parmesan

This is the first time I’ve made fish. I’m not a big seafood lover, or “liker” for that matter. I’ve always liked shrimp and used to eat fish sticks when I was little, but always kind of gagged at the thought of eating any other seafood. It’s now time to change my grotesque disposition of […]

Oriental Cashew Asparagus


1 lb. asparagus spears1 ½ cups fresh button mushrooms, quartered1 medium red onion, cut into thin wedges¼ cup red sweet pepper, chopped1 tbsp. butter1 tsp cornstarch2 tbsp. teriyaki sauce1 tbsp. water2 tbsp. cashew halves1. Snap off and discard woody bases from fresh asparagus. Bias-slice asparagus into 1-inch pieces.2. Place a steamer basket in a saucepan. […]