"Rawr" Bowl!

If this meal doesn't have you saying "rawr!", then...well...it just will! It's easy, delicious and so good for you!Check it out my blog!...more

T. Never. I Aim to Play.

I don’t follow recipes. I read them, ponder them, then I go off and do my own thing. My cookbooks have clean pages because they are seldom, if ever used.  When I read recipes, I get bored halfway through.  I will read the title, “Yummy Carrot Muffins” and then go straight ahead and make muffins without the carrots.  What can I say. I am who I am....more

What to Make From Leftover Hard-Boiled Eggs: 10 New Ideas

Leftover hard-boiled eggs are plentiful at Easter time, and they' re definitely what my mother used to call "a good problem to have." Of course, they can be eaten in egg salad sandwiches, deviled eggs or potato salad, probably the three most traditional dishes using hard-boiled eggs, at least in America. But if you'd like something a bit more interesting, here are 10 very creative ideas from all over the world for using those leftover Easter eggs....more
Tiffany Baileymore

Why reluctant, for goodness sake?

My husband and I have been vegetarians for many years, way back when the revolutionary cookbook, Diet for a Small Planet,  first came into being. So it’s been a long time. We were both raised on the typical American Baby Boomer diet of canned everything, processed-to-nutritional-death quick foods, meat at all meals and Jello. The beginnings were interesting, to say the least, but after all the years we definitely have it down and raised our three kids that way. We didn’t eat animal flesh but included dairy and eggs....more

Tasty Tuesday: Lemon Garlic Chicken with Green Beans and Potatoes

Tasty Tuesday: Lemon Garlic Chicken with Green Beans and Potatoes I'll preface this recipe by saying it isn't the shortest amount of time you will spend on a recipe, but it is super simple and only requires a few ingredients (and it's a one dish meal so less cleanup)....more

How My Family Celebrates Passover

It's that time of the year again: when we boil eggs, cook for days, and gather with family and friends to celebrate a very important  holiday. And no, I don't mean Easter--I mean Passover. ...more
Passover is my favorite holiday. i love all the prep work and all the food (even though I can no ...more

EASY Strawberry Shrimp Salad!

Check out this new, delicious and EASY recipe on the Aud Life! If you're not already in the mood for summertime, this will put you right there!Click me! ...more

Asian Pork Meatballs

We love having parties and are always looking for something that is going to be a crowd pleaser. Our Asian Pork Meatballs are the perfect alternative to the cocktail meatballs that we have all grown to love. You know the ones with the grape jelly and chili sauce, which sound gross but we all know are good. So we gave these meatballs a try and found that they are delicious. The ingredients are all Asian inspired and will surprise your guests. You can serve them in a dish like we did or on a platter. You can also use ground turkey or chicken if you don’t eat pork....more

Parmesan-Crusted Asparagus Recipe

 How do you make your family beg for asparagus? Simply bake up these Parmesan-Crusted Asparagus, green stalks coated in a cheesy breadcrumb mixture and baked to a golden crisp....more

Are You a Crafter or a Baker?

I have this whole theory about why I am a better cook than a baker. Baking involves following instructions and being exact. Cooking, much like crafting, can bend the rules. You can add a little of this and a little of that, and it might just make things better. Do that with baking, and your soufflé won't rise. I am a crafter. I love to cook and craft—baking, not so much. ...more
I feel like a Brafter. Baker + Crafter.more