Corned Beef Reuben

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St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, I hope you have your corned beef, potatoes, and cabbage ready.  I’m married to an amazing Irish man, and we actually eat corned beef all year round.  I make an extra large batch of corned beef, most of the time in two crock pots.  The reason I do this is because we really, really like reubens!  In our house this is the most perfect sandwich ever made.  Continue reading “Corned Beef Reuben”

Spaghetti Squash & Shrimp in a Cream Sauce


Spaghetti squash, we’ve of course been told how great this vegetable is for us. Also, spaghetti squash is a great substitute for those who must eat gluten free. Let’s be honest though, spaghetti squash can just get boring after a while.  We all know what happens when vegetables become boring…we start eating bags and bags of chips.  Well, that might just be me.😳 Continue reading “Spaghetti Squash & Shrimp in a Cream Sauce”

Chicken and Wild Rice Soup


Sharing food with friends and family has always been one of my favorite things.  I have many childhood memories of our house filled with friends and everyone’s bellies filled with lots and lots of great food!  Now that I’m an adult I still love to pack our sweet little house with lots of friends, and fill up their tummies with food while they fill up my heart with love. Continue reading “Chicken and Wild Rice Soup”

Fried Curry Chicken


I know, I know the New Year is almost here and I should be posting all about healthy recipes.  Well,  I’ve never been very good about doing the normal thing.  Don’t get me wrong I’m all for being healthy, but I am also all about indulging from time to time.  And, this right here my friends is so worth the splurge. Continue reading “Fried Curry Chicken”

Roasted Cauliflower & Garlic Soup


The ground outside is currently covered in several inches of snow, however, the sun is shining.  The weather app on my phone is telling me that negative degree weather will be here any day now, however, I have a cozy warm home, and a bowl of delicious cauliflower soup in front of me.  I am an optimist at heart, but winter tends to hibernate my optimistic mind powers.  I’m hopeful that food will help get me through the winter months.  Not just any food, but serious warm your heart and soul good for you food. Continue reading “Roasted Cauliflower & Garlic Soup”

Chicken Tortilla Soup


Soup season is so incredibly warming and satisfying.  Where we live in our beautiful country fall brings a cold chill air, and winter gets cold and snowy, and then lasts and last and lasts…Luckily soup was invented for just this reason I am certain of it. Continue reading “Chicken Tortilla Soup”

Pumpkin Chili


Pumpkin is found in everything this time of year.  I for one am very happy about this.  The flavor of pumpkin is so versatile. It can be sweet or savory.  Pumpkin can be a dessert or a delicious hearty meal.  Not to mention all the amazing health benefits this wonderful squash provides.  Pumpkin is packed with Vitamin A which is a key vitamin for our vision, and for our cell growth.  So keep on indulging in all things pumpkin, its a good thing for your body, and a fun way to create yummy memories in the fall. Continue reading “Pumpkin Chili”