Apples, sweet potatoes and brown sugar are a combination that just works so well together. I make it for Thanksgiving without fail and I often make it for Christmas, New Years and Easter. If I’m making turkey or ham, I automatically think about making my sweet potatoes this way. Continue reading
When the first snowflakes fall and the wind starts to blow, I get a huge craving for comfort food. I had a big package of chicken thighs in the refrigerator (I think I had chicken and noodles on my mind already) so I grabbed them and I was on my way, turning them into this casserole.
Sage, rosemary and thyme are an unbeatable combination of flavors. I used chicken breasts with the skin and bones for this recipe. There’s a reason, I wanted the skin to hold my herbs and garlic in place and I wanted the chicken drippings to make a fantastic sauce. I also sliced a lemon and laid the slices on the breasts.
When the weather cools and the leaves are beginning to turn, I always make a big batch of cabbage rolls.The other day, I was gifted with a huge head of homegrown cabbage and I knew immediately what I would make with it. I love to freeze the extras and know that they will taste wonderful on a cold night when I pull them out of the freezer.