Have you ever wondered about the traditions that we have around the Christmas season? And how they relate to the real reason for Christmas? This is something I have always found interesting. In Stories Behind the Great Traditions of Christmas, author Ace Collins offers great learning. So many of us go through the Christmas season Read More
A few days ago Mr. One Ash came home with something he had found for me. Garbanzo bean flour?! He knows I enjoy experimenting and trying new ingredients, especially when it comes to baking bread. (I think he may be starting to like these experiments!) Never having worked with this garbanzo bean flour before, I Read More
This previously published post is a great way to use your leftover Cranberry Sauce! Who doesn’t love cranberries? And especially at this time of year?! This easy recipe makes a very moist, tart and spicy, glazed and sweet Cranberry Bread. It is perfect for a light dessert, snack or breakfast bread. Enjoy this unique mix Read More
mmmm….Thanksgiving Dinner. We all want to try and savor it as long as possible. And for we frugal cooks, that means keeping every bit of leftovers we can gather from the once a year feast for future meals. Leftovers and food safety go hand in hand, so read here to learn the keys to Read More
Amish Novellas are a favorite for me, and An Amish Family: Four Novellas has not let me down! Bestselling author Kathleen Fuller continues her writing success with these 4 heart warming romance stories. Building Trust, A Heart Full of Love, Surprised by Love, and A Gift for Anne Marie will all delight and thrill the reader. When I read Read More
It’s been years, well probably decades, since I bought cranberry sauce in a can….That’s because it is so easy to make fresh and at home. Here is the quick, easy and simple recipe that I have used for all those years- enjoy, and Happy Thanksgiving!