Month: December 2019

Appetizers, Fewer Than 6 Ingredients, Game Day, Sandwiches, Snacks, Summer Holidays, Vegetables

Spinach Hummus Veggie Wraps

These tasty spinach hummus veggie wraps are delicious, good for you, and colorful! We are so lucky to live in a warm environment, where picnics in November or December are not unusual and we have festivals year ’round. So during Thanksgiving weekend this year, Mr. Key Lime and I had a very pleasant picnic in […]

Game Day, Gluten Free Option, Italian Cuisine, Lunch & Dinner, One Pot Dishes, Pasta & Noodles, Salads, Summer Holidays, Vegetables

Fresh Crunchy Pasta Salad

For a quick and satisfying meal, try this crunchy fresh pasta salad. The pasta is filling and celery, bell pepper, and onions add a ton of crunch. Mustard, vinegar, lemon juice and dill add delicious, tangy flavor. Try a different type of pasta! Beet, spinach, and chickpea pasta are great alternatives. Many of the healthier […]

Fall & Winter Holidays, Father's Day, French Cuisine, Gluten Free, Lunch & Dinner, Sides, Slow Cooker

Slow Cooker Garlic Herb Mushrooms

Slow cooker garlic herb mushrooms are a tasty side dish with pasta, potatoes, or even on toast. Chewy mushrooms in a delicious sauce are a nice addition to any meal. And since they are made in the slow cooker, you don’t need to hang out in the kitchen while they cook – just turn it […]

Fall & Winter Holidays, Gluten Free Option, Lunch & Dinner, Salads, Summer Holidays, Vegetables

Chopped Kale Cranberry Salad with Apricot Jalapeño Vinaigrette

I came across this chopped kale cranberry salad in a local restaurant. The ingredients sounded so tasty, and I found the idea behind the salad to be impressive. But the restaurant chef was a little stingy with the ingredients, and for a pile of chopped kale it seemed a bit pricey. When I got home, […]

Breakfast, Drinks, Easter, Fewer Than 6 Ingredients, Fruit, Mother's Day, Southern US Cuisine

Southern Tropical Fruit Tea

A refreshing drink any time of the year, southern tropical fruit tea is a lovely sweet tea without all the processed sugar of classic sweet tea. I first encountered tea with fruit juice way back in the 1990s when I tried a Martha Stewart recipe for Fruity Tea Punch and loved it. Since then, I […]