Fiesta Baked Corn

Here's a great side dish for your own table or to take to a gathering! From the Rohrer Family and Friends Cookbook. Fiesta Baked Corn A fiesta flare to traditional baked corn. 2 cups corn1 cup grated cheese1 cup soft bread crumbs (tear up a piece of bread or two, don't use dried crumbs)1/4 cup... Continue Reading →

Beef and Biscuits

Want an old-fashioned comfort food supper? Here's a great recipe! Beef and Biscuit Here's an old fashioned comfort food recipe the whole family will love! Beef gravy wrapped up in biscuit dough and baked. For the Beef Mixture1 pound ground beef1/2 cup finely chopped onion1/2 cup chopped green pepper1 teaspoon salt1/8 teaspoon pepper2 tablespoons shortening... Continue Reading →

Tips for using leftovers

I'm breaking my rule of adding words/story associated with a recipe. I'll share the recipe link first, but it's worth a view past that to see ideas on how to use leftovers. Repurposing leftovers into casseroles or bowls can be one of the best ways to reduce food waste, and the combinations and ideas are... Continue Reading →

Mom’s Red Velvet Cake

  Mom's Red Velvet Cake (or Cupcakes) with Boiled Flour Frosting This deluxe super-moist melt-in-your-mouth cake will steal any show! The boiled flour frosting is not too sweet and compliments the cake perfectly. This is a stunning Christmas cake decorated with winter flowers or Valentine's Day dessert with chocolate hearts or curls. Our children made... Continue Reading →

Seeded Multi-Grain Bread

Seeded Multi-Grain Bread This dense hearty bread is packed with nutrition and goodness. You can almost taste the sun and wind and rain caressing the grains and seeds its made from. You can exchange equal amounts of whatever grains and seeds you have on hand, so the recipe is very versatile. It’s naturally a vegan... Continue Reading →

Nutritious Spiced Tea

Spiced Tea for Health Reminiscent of Chai Tea, this drink is nutritious and immune-boosting and well worth the time to prepare. I make it with almond milk, but you can adjust to your preferences. See notes about spices below instructions. 1 teaspoon ground turmeric1 teaspoon ground cinnamon1/2 teaspoon ground or fresh-grated nutmeg1/2 inch piece freshginger,... Continue Reading →

Party Mix/Chex Mix

Party Mix (Chex Mix) Otherwise known as, pandemic snack survival food. I usually only make this childhood treat at Christmas, but being home 24/7 during COVID-19 isolation has made keeping the wildlings munching at bay quite a challenge. This recipe makes a LOT. The idea is to freeze and use throughout an extended period of... Continue Reading →

Southwest Casserole

Southwest Casserole (Vegetarian Option) A delicious taco comfort casserole the whole family will love. 1 pound ground beef, (for vegetarian, use a can of drained black beans or 2 cups cooked lentils)1 pepper, chopped1 onion, chopped1 16 oz box farfele, cooked to package instructions***1 14 oz can diced tomatoes, drained1 cup whole kernel corn (OR... Continue Reading →

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