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Delightful Cherry Pie

Delightful Cherry Pie

If you are looking for an alternative dessert for Christmas or any holiday gathering, this cherry pie is for you. I normally make it during the summer months because cherries are in season and that is when we have a lot of family get-togethers. When my mother-in-law mentioned how many pies she was making for [...]

Caramel Pecan Pie

Caramel Pecan Pie

If you like pecan pie you’ll really love this spin on the traditional recipe. The use of caramel in the base gives it an incredible taste and texture unlike any other pecan pie you’ve tried before. Ingredients: 36 caramel squares 1/4 cup half and half 1/4 cup white sugar 1/4 cup brown sugar 1/4 tsp [...]

Thanksgiving Lime Jello Parfait

Thanksgiving Lime Jello Parfait

Growing up, there was always one Thanksgiving dish that I looked forward to the most: my grandmother’s Lime Jello Parfait. My mom made it every year, and I’ve continued the tradition with my own family. It’s technically a dessert, but in keeping with tradition, we serve it with dinner instead of afterwards. The best part? [...]

Thanksgiving Stuffing

Thanksgiving Stuffing

Whether you call it dressing or stuffing, no Thanksgiving table is complete without this classic bread dish! Any type of bread can be used— white, wheat, homemade, or gluten-free. My friend Britney introduced me to her version of this dish almost 3 years ago, when she put together an early Thanksgiving feast for her husband [...]

Canning Low-Sugar Strawberry Jam

Canning Low-Sugar Strawberry Jam

I’ve always wanted to make strawberry jam. I’ve canned marinara sauce before and heard that jam was much easier and less time consuming – boy, is that right! One day last spring, when our local grocery store had a super sale on strawberries, I bought 5 lbs worth, washed them, cut the stems and froze [...]