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Cheesy Potatoes with bacon

Well, it’s Tuesday, and that means you are getting a blog post whether you want one or not. Today is a very special Tuesday–35 years ago the Butcher and I got married. I am not cooking on my anniversary, but I will share a side dish I made on Sunday for Mother’s Day.  I have […]

Smoky Mac and Cheese

The Butcher’s birthday was this past Sunday. We celebrated all week. I made the Butcher’s favorite dishes. One of his all time favorites is macaroni and cheese. I am not a fan so I don’t usually make it. I knew I had to step up to the plate for his birthday. I searched online but […]

Potato Salad–Butcher’s Wife style

Here we are ready to enter July. It is hard to believe the 4th is this coming week-end. It looks like the weather is going to cooperate. If you have time, this is an excellent potato salad recipe. If you are running out of time, I have your back. I have ordered in a great […]

Cinco de Mayo!

Today is Cinco de Mayo–the 5th of May.  A day of celebration!  What better way to celebrate than with a fabulous 5 layer dip that can also double as a main dish!  Enjoy! Print5 layer dip Ingredients1 Pound ground meat browned and seasoned with Taco Seasoning mix 2 teaspoons olive oil 1 medium onion, diced […]

Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken Dip

The super bowl has come and gone.  It was a very exciting game.  We saw parts of the game but the last 2 minutes were unbelievable.  One of the stars of our super bowl was this Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken Dip.  I got the original recipe from Food Network, but I added some twists, make […]

Buffalo Chicken/Loaded Potato Casserole

This dish has a big name to live up to and believe me, it does!  I made this for the Butcher last week.  Those of you who know the Butcher know he does not do “hot” very well.  He got a little whiny when I told him “Frank’s Hot Sauce” was a part of the […]

Mauri’s Chicken Salad

I know I am a day late with my blog.  I had laser surgery on my right eye yesterday and we were fighting bees in the house.  As they say, “Truth is always better than fiction.”  Now that I am back in the writing frame of mind, I want to give you a great go-to recipe […]

Potato Salad–German Style

I make a very unique potato salad. Since I am giving up my recipe for my famous potato salad (probably only in my mind), for the first time ever, you have to humor me as I tell you the history of this dish. When I was in the 8th grade the Einsendel family moved in […]

Container Gardening

We are now in the middle of May.  Today was absolutely beautiful.  It feels like summer is right around the corner.  I told you about Farmer Brown in my last blog.  Last Saturday Farmer Brown and Joyce stopped at Sherman Provision and they did not come empty handed.  They brought me a beautiful bushy tomato plant.  […]