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Easter Meal Made Easy

Kids love Easter for all of the candy, egg hunts and games. Parents enjoy the big meal that always follows the Easter Egg Hunt. It would not be Easter at the Ross house without a Schwab’s spiral sliced ham, chive and cheddar biscuits, quiche, creamed corn and sweet potatoes.  The best part is that your [Read On]

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Fluffy Bunny Baked Goodies

Easter is the kickoff to all things Spring! Not only is it the most important holiday for my faith it also makes my heart sing with Spring happiness. I kinda feel like Snoopy…skipping around gleeful that the flowers are out! So, in honor of all of the flowers I enjoy baking cheerful treats. No need [Read On]

Sweet and Savory Eggrolls

Southwest Eggrolls 1 package egg roll wrappers (produce section) 2 Schwab’s hot links, casings removed and links chopped 1 1/2 cups cheddar cheese, shredded 1/2 cup black beans 1/2 cup corn 1/2 cup fresh salsa or pico de gallo 2 green onions, chopped Preheat oil to 350 degrees in a large dutch oven or fryer. [Read On]

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Wonton Appetizers

We have all seen the frozen appetizers in the grocery. They are simple and easy to warm up. But it takes a lot of these to feed a hungry party. Why not make your own? Sounds daunting but with the help of wonton wrappers it is simple and very cost beneficial! You can make numerous [Read On]

Not Your Mama’s Waffles

Growing up we had waffles every Sunday after church. My mother would drag out the waffle iron and the box of mix. They were the SAME every Sunday. My Dad did not like much variety so the same old thing every week. So, when I got married and was given a waffle iron I kind [Read On]


Waffle Iron Wonders

If you are like me then you probably only pull out the waffle iron 3-4 times a year. After being on stranded on the boat without my stove top I was forced to make my waffle iron be the source of all cooking! I felt like a Girl Scout again trying to earn a badge! [Read On]