Thai Chicken Noodle Soup


Need a Tried and True Appetizer Recipe For Your Super Bowl Party?

Yahoo! It's that time of year again, and we are big football fans in this family.The fact that my son is the head coach of a local high school, and has played or coached most of the 27 years of his life, hasn't contributed to our football obsession at all....more

The over thinker buys frosting

Over Thinking in the Kitchen with Diana  A friend from work gave me the heads up about the coolest better mouse trap evah Spray Frosting! Its in a can! and you spray it! It's like Cheeze Whiz only not gross! ...more

In The Bag: Lemon Love ...more

Obesity: Causes & Treatments

Obesity: Causes and Treatments Courtesy of  ...more

Tacos...Tacos...Sloppy Joes?!

Ohhh, how I've been craving tacos! Not, of course, the greasy tacos one would normally see adorning the table, but "my take" on tacos - even the most unhealthy of foods can be made nutritious, of course! And tonight would be taco night....or would it be?! Check out my blog, below, for a delicious spicy garden sloppy-joe recipe!...more

...It's Supposed to be Mini!

Sometimes, it's better to just say "Oh, of course that was supposed to happen!"  Like this: "Of course I wanted to eat ten mini sandwiches, rather than bake a loaf large enough for one normal sized one!"<a href="">Read the rest of the story...</a> ...more

Ugly Ducklings

Oh, my poor family....more

Kids Eat Kale?

I've heard a rumor that some kids actually eat kale!! Could this possibly be true?  Mine sure don't.  My Mom served a delicious kale salad for Christmas made with mandarin oranges (the kind from the can that kids love).  My boys gobbled up the oranges but didn't touch the kale.  Boo. ...more

Fresh Greek Quinoa and Avocado Salad

You’ve heard me say it before, and I’ll say it again. Quinoa is tops on my list of grains. Except, it’s really not a grain according to the world’s healthiest foods “Most commonly considered a grain, quinoa is actually a relative of leafy green vegetables like spinach and Swiss chard. It is a recently rediscovered ancient “grain” once considered “the gold of the Incas.”...more