Continuing with Cancer Awareness month our feature is Miss Tuft. She is an amazing woman with a tremendous story of courage and strength to share with us. We are so grateful she is willing to share her experiences; here is Missy’s story:
Can you taste a slice of this AMAZING cake filled with chunks of tart apple wrapped in a moist tender cake? Drizzle with a warm sweet caramel sauce over the top — and there you have food for angels.
Here is another recipe I created because of my sister Jody. She came to my house one day and said we had to go try this hot cider she had at Starbucks, and that I must figure out the recipe.
This is my version and we really enjoy it. You can make it ahead and it only gets better. Perfect for cold nights to warm you through and through.
I am so lucky to have one of the nicest ladies you would ever meet living in my neighborhood. Her name is Brenda (pictured on the left) and her sister’s name is Becky (pictured on the right). Brenda and a friend began a campaign to raise money for her sister Becky when she was diagnosed with cancer. Thank you so much Brenda for sharing your story with us. Continue reading
This is a KEEPER for any mom, grandma, aunt; everyone will LOVE this picture.
The pumpkins are the kiddos thumbprint AND the vine has the first letter of their name in the detail!
The winner of the giveaway for Kaley’s amazing creations is Sondra B. Congrats and Kaley will be contacting you soon. THANK YOU to all who entered! If you did not win, you can still order from Kaley’s Etsy shop (her prices are incredibly low, particularly for handmade items and the workmanship is extremely well done) You can find Kaley at: https://www.etsy.com/shop/lemonlimecrochet
Sunday was our 25th and last Open House Dinner for our neighbors.
I’ve been asked why we started this and why we are now ending. I’ll share with you our experience.
Boy do I have some FUN food for YOU!
Yummy pudding cups topped with crushed chocolate cookies to make a silly Frankenstein. Click HERE for instructions
Want an appetizer or main dish that is savory and not sweet? This Boazone is perfect! Click HERE for the tutorial
It’s hard to find a treat that’s healthy at this time of year — but here it is! Click HERE for the easy recipe.
My friend Dorthy told me about a candy she had some time back and I just had to do the best I could to replicate it, and I must say — success!
This seemingly innocent chocolate candy is not what it seems.
Put a piece of this delisih candy in your mouth. In a few seconds you begin to feel the popping on your tongue and the inside of your cheeks.
Then a moment or so after that, the heat from the chipotle hits the back of your throat and warms it nicely.
It’s fun, groovy and a perfect treat with a little trick.
I am SO THANKFUL for modern technology and early detection!
October is National Cancer Awareness Month. This is a very important time for my family and possibly yours, or someone you know. My mom Connie, was diagnosed with breast cancer early of November of 2001. My mom shares her experience with us:
Don’t you love this time of year when the pumpkin shakes are featured at food establishments (fancy for fast food and restaurants, lol)? Well, now you can make the BEST one at home, while watching a movie or playing games with family and friends. This one is flavorful, creamy and can only be made better with a dollop of whipped cream.
Granny aka Sugar aka Mother Goose Popcorn is an easy no-fail popcorn that is so fun and versatile. The ‘regular’ color is pink, but it lends itself easily to being any color your desire.
Make it up and color it Orange or Purple or half the recipe and make both! Toss in some colored candied Sixlets for a special treat!
I’ve got my EYE on YOU! Ok, ok, I know these are a bit ghoulish, but I do think food is a great way to have fun. These are easy and definitely an eye-stopper…alright, I’ll stop, heehee