Happy Sunday! If you haven’t already made brunch, I have something for you. This Bacon and Mushroom Quiche. Mercy! But, if you have, don’t worry. You can definitely have it for a light supper tonight or another night this week. It’ll be perfect. Quiche is actually one of my favorite simple suppers in the world. read more »
I think I owe you this. Taco Salad that is. Especially after that loaded smashed potato fiasco the other day. What was I thinking?! I know we’re all supposed to be eating salads, drinking smoothies, and gulping down a gallon of water. So this taco salad is my peace offering. I will admit, read more »
Loaded Smashed Potatoes have to be one of my favorite side dishes to make. Like ever. Full of everything you love about a baked potatoes, these loaded smashed potatoes are even better, in my opinion.
I’ve been craving this. So, finally since we’re well into the new year, I decided it just had to happen. And, by this, I mean Pulled Pork Enchilada Salad. Mercy! I do believe it is one of my favorite salads ever. After all of the holiday foods, this little kick of spice was just what read more »
Eggs Benedict is absolutely without a doubt one of my most favorite breakfasts in the entire world. But sometimes, it just hasn’t been worth all the trouble to make it. Do you ever feel like that? Love something so much, but have to wake up in the mood to labor through making it for your read more »
If you haven’t figured it out by now, I love simple recipes and shortcuts. Like this oh so easy blender hollandaise sauce recipe. There is just something about this recipe that makes me giddy with excitement.
I made something I think you are going to simply love. This. Spinach Artichoke Chicken. Oh my goodness gracious is it amazing! Think your favorite spinach artichoke dip all over the top of baked chicken. Yeah, it really is out of this world.
Chef Salads come in all sizes and varieties, but there are always a few things they have in common – crisp greens, two types of meat – either ham, bacon, chicken, turkey, or another favorite, hard boiled eggs, vegetables, and cheese. And since this is a version of a chef salad that I love to read more »
Happy New Year! Did you have a good New Year’s Eve and Day? We were absolute homebodies. We stayed home all day both days and while it was rainy and yucky outside decided to have a Downton Abbey marathon. It was absolutely heaven. I made this apple breakfast cake for new year’s day morning read more »
Okay, the name of this recipe may have thrown you off just a touch, but please stay with me. This Pot Likker Soup Recipe is really, really one you should give a try. It makes a great soup recipe to throw together on the stove with any leftovers from your New Year’s Day meal of read more »
A while back, I shared an simple as can be, easy to make recipe for yeast rolls. Today, I wanted to show you how to take that recipe and make delicious Cloverleaf Yeast Rolls. While the regular recipe is just fine, turning them into the clover makes them extra special – well, my family seems read more »
From my family to yours, we wish you a very Merry Christmas filled with love and joy. I hope you each are able to celebrate it with your nearest and dearest loved ones. Much love, The Stone Family xoxo
Grandmother’s Divinity was always a part of our Christmas celebration. She’d watch the weather carefully during the week before Christmas to pick just the right day, the one with the lowest possible humidity, and she’d begin making this delicious confection. Tasting a lot like marshmallows, her billowy, white divinity was always one of my favorites. read more »
A great, no-fail ham recipe is every cook’s dream and I’m about to share with you my family’s favorite baked glazed ham recipe that is as simple can be to make and always loved! This oh so delicious ham recipe always produces a flavorful, moist ham that isn’t over the top sweet or coated in read more »
A simple, yet delicious fudge recipe is pretty golden around the holidays. One that you can whip up and have chilling in the refrigerator before a party or that friends look forward to as gifts each year is a fudge recipe that you want in your arsenal for sure. For years, I made the read more »
Fudge brownies instantly bring a sense of home and comfort for me. And let’s face it, we’ve needed that over the last few days. For years, I thought the only kind of brownies you could make came out of a box and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. They are dependable, quick, and read more »
Since yesterday’s little hint about what was to come, I’ve gotten so many emails and messages asking for the recipe. This Fudge Brownie Mix is going to be one of my favorite things to give this Christmas season. It looks beautiful all nicely layered in a big glass jar, but the best part of this read more »
Okay, so my handmade gifts list just wouldn’t be the same without this Praline Sauce. Oh my goodness gracious! It is one of those things that you’ll want to keep on hand for any celebration you can think of for the future. Sweet and buttery, this my praline sauce is a bit darker than my read more »
Waffles and pancakes are pretty frequent visitors to our breakfast table. They are always welcome, but seem to quickly disappear! Since my family loves them so much, I thought a great item to give as a handmade gift this year would be jars of my homemade Buttermilk Waffle and Pancake Mix. Let me just go read more »
Chocolate Chip Cookies are always a welcome treat in my house – especially in my son’s opinion. So I knew it was only appropriate to kick off my week of handmade gifts ideas with this Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix in a jar. Within just a few minutes, you can have a plenty of jars read more »
Peanut brittle has always been a favorite in my family. I remember my Grandmother would make peanut brittle after peanut brittle right before every Christmas to give to friends as gifts. Then, Mama began making it to take to her office during the holidays and for gifts to friends and neighbors. I’d watch them as read more »
We’re a few days into our advent activities and luckily, yesterday’s activity was to bake Christmas cookies. I knew hot chocolate would be required, it always is at the end of an afternoon of Christmas cookie baking while we sample our efforts. But little did my Little Buddy know that I had THIS in mind read more »
Last week, we had the Stone side of our family over for supper to celebrate my mother-in-law’s birthday as well as for Little Buddy. (I know, his birthday has extended through the entire month of November. It is pretty ridiculous, but hey, you only have one a year.) In planning the menu for supper, I read more »
My mother has a sensitivity to eggs that has developed over the past 20 years or so. She can sometimes eat eggs and them not bother her and other times she ends up feeling like she has the flu. Needless to say, she rarely eats eggs and I become obsessive about the recipes I make read more »