Abraham LIncoln Kentucky Corncakes

Abraham Lincoln and his wife Mary were great animal lovers and allowed their four young sons to keep all sorts of pets on White House grounds....more

14 Honey Recipes for Celebrating National Honey Month

September is National Honey Month, so I've got honey and honey recipes on the brain....more

Loaded Baked Potato Perogies

I make perogies among other things, but my perogies are kind of famous. At least they are amongst my group of friends. I started my own little perogy business a few years back ( Pin-Up Girl Perogies ) but wasn’t able to get it off the ground as I’d hoped.The Food industry is difficult to break into. So here I am sharing my secret recipe, well not exactly, I am not sharing the exact dough I use, but a variation of it. Sorry, my dough is top secret. If I told you I would have to kill you. I have a Ukrainian background, thus my broad shoulders. Shoulders strong enough to plough fields and roll out perogy dough. Strong Like Bull as one of my Great Uncle’s deemed a compliment when he met my fourteen-year-old self. Maybe not in Canada Bunny! Seriously his actual name is Bunny. And seriously “Strong Like Bull” is not a compliment to a young impressionable Canadian Teenager. Enough about me and my crushed dreams, let’s talk about PEROGIES. The recipe I am sharing with you today is an adaptation of one my Mom used to make when I was a kid. A memory I cherish....more

Gluten Free Cheesy Chicken Chowder

This Gluten Free Cheesy Chicken Chowder is pure comfort food! It is delicious, filling and warms through to the soul of your body…especially when the weather is cold and dreary!(…or even when you just need some lovin’  :-) )...more

Smoothie Freezer Packs

I think smoothie packs are one of the most ingenious ideas ever in the whole world! I can't take credit for the idea, since I got it years ago off of another blog. I wish I could remember which blog so that I could give them credit....more

Challah Bread

Challah Bread is a soft and super delicious braided, Jewish bread prepared using egg, flour, butter and sugar. This bread is so tasty that it can be served alone without any butter or cheese. I have done a plain challah bread. You can always top it with sesame seeds, poppy seeds or chia seeds or even add raisins to the batter....more