Mother’s Day Frittata

My Baked Frittata is one of my most popular recipes. It’s my favorite quick Go-To Combo, and my best lazy weekend morning treat. It’s never the same twice, and that’s just how I like it!

Easily altered to suit your Mom’s flavor buds, this dish offers an incredibly delicious dining experience whether you’re making it for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Start with a basic mixture of eggs, milk and cheese, then add your own preferred additions to truly make it your own one-of-a-kind creation. For Mother’s Day, I chose ingredients sure to please her pallet: mini pepperonis, diced onion, mushroom, … read the rest. . .

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“I Just Wanna Eat My Stinkin’ Food!”

That’s an inside joke between me and Dot. You can read about it here. It’s one of our little catchphrases that’s grown into a life of its own. When something keeps interfering with the end goal, you can hear us chuckle and shout, “I just wanna eat my stinkin’ food!”

So. This post isn’t really about all that. But it is about food. And a goal.

I’m hosting my annual Pampered Chef party. Have you ever heard of Pampered Chef? It’s one of those Direct Home Marketing businesses like Mary Kay or Tupperware. I used to sell it. This … read the rest. . .

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“I Just Want to Eat My Stinkin’ Food!”

We all have those moments in life that seem so benign at the time, but leave a very lasting impression. This is the story of such a moment.

Remember Berry Sunshine’s Cat Antics from a while ago? Here’s one from many years ago.

We were living in our small apartment and I had hosted dinner for a few friends. Because the dinner table only seated four and there were five of us altogether, I allowed my daughter to eat at her snack table while watching television.

The meal was great: meatloaf and scalloped potatoes. I served up my daughter’s plate … read the rest. . .

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Recipe: Goulash

by Molly Jo Realy @MollyJoRealy

This is an old family recipe. I don’t remember not eating this as a kid. The great part is, my daughter loves it now, too. The first time I made it, she went back for seconds… and thirds. Now that’s saying something!


1 to 1.25 lb. ground beef
1 medium onion, chopped
8 to 12 oz. macaroni or pasta shells, cooked
1 can tomato soup
1 can vegetable soup

On stove top, cook the pasta. Separately, brown the ground beef and onion. Add both soups to meat, mix in cooked pasta. Can thin with read the rest. . .

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