In this post, I am sharing a list of every recipe that I have shared, every October since I launched this website. Like I’ve said in the past, I have been blogging since 2006, but I migrated to the new site a few years ago. When I did so, I gave many of my old recipes…
Archives for October 2015
I know that many people struggle with rolling pie crust dough when they are baking pies. Because of that, they often resort to pre-made crusts from the grocery store. Let me share with you how I roll out a pie crust.
Last week, I shared several photos that I took of Joshua & Jacqueline’s wedding. Since then I have continued playing around with the editing of some of those photo as well as a couple others. Here are some of them.
Me? On Food Network!?
Thanksgiving will be here in no time and something that people often struggle with, is how to make the turkey. Here is how I make perfect turkey – every time.
This deliciously rich Fudge Pudding Cake creates its own chocolate sauce, right in the pan while it bakes. Think of a warm cobbler, only chocolate. You are going to love this dessert, and your family will be asking for it again, and again.
This week something beautiful happened. For the second October in a row, there has been an autumn wedding in our family. On Wednesday, October 21st, 2015 – Joshua & Jacqueline were married. Yes, I totally took a “selfie” with Jeff as we watched Jacqueline come down the forest path with her father. I love the…
Autumn is my favorite time of year to explore the outdoors. The temperatures are perfect and you can take you time to enjoy the little things.
Make these fun and yummy Jack o’Lantern Cupcakes with your kiddos.
This past week, I headed off to Virginia for my son Joshua’s AIT Graduation. For those that are not familiar with army terms, AIT is the school where they learn their job in the army. It was so great seeing him. It was also mice taking a trip down memory lane. Fort Eustis was our…