Blackberry or Raspberry Lemon Cheesecake

Blackberry or Raspberry Lemon Cheesecake This melt-in-your-mouth dessert will wow your family and friends. Velvety lemony cheesecake with berry puree swirled through on a gingersnap crust. A little bit of work to make it, but absolutely worth the effort! From A+ Recipes from Hickory Hollow Christian School, submitted by Laura Showalter. 9-inch springform pan 1... Continue Reading →

Ginger Turmeric Immunity Shots

These are a bit messy to make and the turmeric turns your juicer and your hands orange. If you are not interested in making these on your own, a pre-made version of them can be bought in most supermarkets. They can be found locally-made at The Village Juice and Kitchen in Harrisonburg, a place you... Continue Reading →

Evangelical Bohemian; a story of becoming

ETA: An even more appropriate moniker is "Anabaptist Bohemian." I carried the bolt of brightly colored fabric to the counter, trembling with hope and excitement that I might “get by” this time. I chose my dress material with trepidation growing up, because I was seldom permitted the patterns and prints I truly wanted. “Too gaudy,”... Continue Reading →

Hungarian Apricot Kolaches and Nut Rolls

Hungarian Apricot Kolaches and Nut Rolls These adorable little cookies are as tasty as they are beautiful. My Hungarian grandmother made these using ice cream for the dough, but sometimes I use the cream cheese version. I share both dough variations and filling for the kolaches and nut rolls below. Enjoy! Ice Cream Dough2 cups... Continue Reading →

8-Layer Greek Dip

8-Layer Greek Dip This healthy dip can be an appetizer or a side dish and appeals to foodies and health conscious eaters alike. Simple. Healthy. Beautiful presentation. Absolutely delicious! For vegan, omit the Feta or use non-dairy version. Tailor ingredient amounts to your preferences. This recipe can be easily halved. 2 containers Red Pepper Hummus1... Continue Reading →

Mom’s Creamy Grape Salad

Mom's Creamy Grape Salad This creamy grape salad is refreshing during the summer and a lighter alternative to traditional desserts of the holiday season. Using red and green grapes makes it a nice Christmas dish, and kids and adults LOVE it! Naturally gluten free. 2 lbs red grapes, seedless2 lbs green grapes, seedless1 8 oz... Continue Reading →

Easy Chocolate Pie

Chocolate Pie The alternative name for this pie should be, The Pie Everyone Will Want to Recipe For. Dense, cholately, not too sweet but totally dessert, and even healthy-ish. The filling is more sturdy than a pudding or mousse pie and holds up well at a potluck table. Even those who resist "healthy" will fall... Continue Reading →

Regina’s Mississippi Mud Bars

Regina's Mississippi Mud Bars A mash-up of two recipes, this dessert is loved by the masses! Peanut allergy alert, but aside from that, you'll win the dessert table with this creation every time. For the Cake1 cup butter ((2 sticks))2 cups white sugar4 eggs1/3 cup cocoa1 1/2 cups all purpose flour1 1/2 teaspoon baking powderFilling2... Continue Reading →

Corn Chip Salad

Corn Chip Salad A crowd pleaser and seldom ANY leftover, BUT, it is terrible as leftovers so just a fair warning. The lettuce gets wilty and the corn chips soggy after a few hours, so plan to make just as much as you need for one meal. This recipe is easily doubled for crowds. 1... Continue Reading →

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