I look forward to Sunday dinner (lunch) at my great aunt’s (Ilene) house all week. The fellowship with my family is special. The food is heart warming and it is a treat for me after cooking during the week. My great aunt is a great cook and prepares the main dish. Everyone else helps out… [read more]
Sunday dinners is a new blog I am going to bring to you every Monday. I will be capturing the food, fun, and stories my family shares at our after church Sunday lunches. Large Sunday lunches were apart of my childhood growing up. My great grandmother loved to cook. She would make a feast. There… [read more]
Honey is becoming my number one sweetener in everything from my coffee, tea, sweets, and more. It is a natural sweetener that has been around since bible times. Proverbs 16:24 Gracious words are a honeycomb, sweet to the soul and healing to the bones. Raw honey can be used for medicinal needs. Use raw honey… [read more]
While in Birmingham for a meeting and a cooking segment on ABC”s Birmingham news to promote Myasthenia Gravis ( a neuromuscular disease my dad has) awareness month, I explored the food scene. After my mom and I scanned the internet for restaurant recommendations and reviews, we happened upon the Little Donkey (Homewood). Birmingham Magazine voted… [read more]
Since my dad was diagnosed over two and a half years ago, he experienced different stages of Myasthenia Gravis (MG). Through using my cooking talents, I learned how to help him cope with whatever symptoms he was experiencing. I developed easy cooking techniques, creative snack ideas, and healthy meals for him. These tips are not… [read more]
Being a June baby, I love the summertime. Sunny skies, hot sandy beaches, clear blue oceans, and picnics are all things I love about the summer. Summers were always really special to me growing up because it was a time for my family to spend together. Having both parents as teachers/coach/administrator meant that they had off… [read more]
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Hot days, dusty roads…bare feet…simple enjoyments at a time when money was scarce make up my mom”s summertime memories. Most treats were homemade, whether it was ice cream or popsicles. The flavors of the popsicles that were available to be bought were limited at the time to basics like grape, cherry, etc. Twin “sicles” to… [read more]