This post is for those of you who, like me, typically avoid fancy-pants food that might take more than 20 minutes to make and which would’ve tasted just as good if all ingredients were just thrown together in a pan without the uppity presentation.
I feel like I’m living in a snow globe. And my son is standing at the window singing “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas”.
I’ve learned two things about gardening in Michigan since I moved here:
There’s a lot to do to prepare a Thanksgiving dinner and even more to do in that final crazy hour before the meal, so the last thing you should have to worry about is if the mashed potatoes are getting cold.
The average American consumes more than 4,500 calories and 229 grams of fat on Thanksgiving Day. Here’s at least one delicious way you can enjoy a luscious Thanksgiving without putting on the pounds.
Is it possible to will spring into existence by eating springtime foods? Maybe not, but I’m going to give it my best shot! C’mon spring! You can do it! I’ve been waiting all winter for asparagus to be in season again so I can eat this soup – and share it with you! 1 votePrintCream…
On a snowy winter day, there’s nothing like a hot bowl of homemade soup to warm you up! The good news is this warm and cozy comfort food isn’t high in fat. This chowder uses slimming potatoes and non-dairy milk instead of fattening cream for its richness and creaminess. So grab a pair of thick…
After several very warm days, 50 degrees this morning felt quite brisk. Some creamy potato soup sounded really good, so I whipped some up for lunch and am sharing the recipe with you. Hope you enjoy! PrintCream of Potato SoupAuthor All recipes on jenniferskitchen.com are property of Jennifer's Kitchen and cannot be included in any…
Comfort food without the guilt.