I have a husband, two sons, a son-in-law and two grandsons – lots of guys in my life when it comes to gift giving! Sometimes, it can be tough to get guy gifts that they’re actually excited about. I tend to buy things that I know they’d never buy themselves (nice underwear, nice socks), useful … Continue reading Eight Gifts for Guys
Ingredients 1 8oz. Cream cheese½ tsp. Curry powder½ Cup mandarin oranges, drained and chopped3 flour tortillas 12in.½ lb. sliced deli smoked turkey3 cups baby spinach2 green onions, chopped Instructions In a small bowl beat the cream cheese and curry powder until blended. Stir in well drained oranges. Spread over tortillas. Layer with turkey, spinach and … Continue reading Mandarin Turkey Pinwheels
Turning Old into New After dividing and conquering, keeping the best and getting rid of the rest - there were still more than a few treasures left in my parents' house. If I was drawn to it and remembered it from my childhood, I kept it. In my mind, the things I kept needed to … Continue reading Turning Old Into New
This is my husband’s all time favorite pie and a recipe that always makes me think of the Wilmer girls. They were sweet, old family friends who were fabulous cooks and I so wish I had more of their recipes. This one they kindly shared when I was a young bride probably 30 years ago. I … Continue reading Wilmer’s Pecan Pie
I know, there's a million chicken salad recipes out there! But this one mixes curry and cranberries (along with pickles) for an unexpectedly delicious flavor!
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Ingredients 1 large can condensed cream of chicken soup1 cup sour cream1 cup salsa2 teaspoons chili powder3 cups cooked and shredded chicken breast 1/2 cup black beans (drained, rinsed)1 cup shredded Monterey Jack or Mexican blend shredded cheese, whatever you like better8 to 10 flour tortillas1/2 cup chopped tomatoes6 … Continue reading Chicken + Cheese Enchiladas