Davie’s Salmon

Dear and longtime friends in Ft. Langley, British Columbia introduced us to this BBQ salmon recipe when we visited their home years ago. It's become a favorite in our household over the years and we sure are grateful for the introduction. You need to use charcoal briquettes and salmon with the skin on. Be sure... Continue Reading →

Lemony Lemon Bread

With the shelter in place yeast bread making craze, I went a different direction and made several different quick breads. Quick breads go well with coffee and remind me of times in coffee shops. Top of my list was Rosie Daykin's Lemony Lemon Bread. Described as "divine" just as I began my quick bread search,... Continue Reading →

German Chocolate Cake

Scott and I celebrated our 10 year anniversary last week. With shelter in place in order, we had a very nice dinner at home. Scott made dinner and I made a cake we both enjoy, German Chocolate Cake. With a banana cake success under my belt from the Magnolia Bakery Cookbook, I decided to try... Continue Reading →

Neiman Marcus Tuna-Pecan Salad

I hope this email finds you and your loved ones well and safe. Scott and I have been sheltering in place for awhile now and it's slowly becoming our "normal." To prepare for this time at home, I bought some canned tuna with this recipe in mind. This recipe has five ingredients plus some salt... Continue Reading →

Roasted Shrimp Cocktail

Friends asked us to bring an appetizer to a dinner last weekend. Scott and I had tried Ina Garten's Roasted Shrimp Cocktail once before and we thought it was delicious. Last weekend, we tried it with friends. Friends loved it, we loved it - it was a win all around and we loved that. ;)... Continue Reading →

Cheese Snackers

Savory shortbread crackers are wonderful with drinks and substantial enough they can be served alone. That said, we added some charcuterie food items with them when we served them last weekend. Either way, I think your guests will be pleased. Similar to Ina Garten's savory shortbread crackers, these are made with a sharp cheddar cheese... Continue Reading →


Since I can remember fruitcake has been part of the holidays. It wasn't until recently I learned my grandmother (Nanny) used to make it year around. So, here we are, starting a new year and just in case you'd like to do as Nanny did, I thought I'd provide you with the recipe. 🙂 Of... Continue Reading →

Parker’s Split Pea Soup

Scott and I hosted a Friendsgiving a week ago and have been enjoying some leftovers ever since then. We served turkey and ham - Scott smoked a turkey breast and we bought a Honey Baked Ham. The leftover Honey Baked Ham was a nice garnish to Parker's Split Pea Soup. This soup is easy to... Continue Reading →

Cream Cheese Mousse

Scott and I had a family friend over for dinner last night and I wanted to make something fairly easy and light. Joan Dalburg's Cream Cheese Mousse came to mind. Served with raspberries this makes a lovely dessert. The recipe suggests serving the mousse in stemmed glasses. For our more casual dinner, juice glasses worked... Continue Reading →

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