The Secret to Gluten-Free Fried Chicken

With Independence Day coming up on Tuesday many of us in the U.S. are thinking about food, planning what we are going to serve.  Summer always makes me think of picnics and when I think of picnics I think of fried chicken.  Not just any fried chicken, my mom’s fried chicken.  She made the best. Continue reading “The Secret to Gluten-Free Fried Chicken”

It’s a Salad Celebration!

May is National Salad Month, but I think  a nice fresh garden salad makes any meal a celebration. When you think of a garden salad, or green salad what comes to mind? A bowl of iceberg lettuce with maybe a little purple cabbage or grated carrot mixed in and one slice of tomato on theContinue reading “It’s a Salad Celebration!”

Earth Day: Our Dependence on our Mother

Today is Earth Day.  This is a sad day for me as I see the arrogance and controlling nature of human kind destroying our planet at an alarming rate.  Even in our quiet little wooded lakeside community we live with people who want the trees cut down and the wildlife killed or relocated. As much as peopleContinue reading “Earth Day: Our Dependence on our Mother”

A Vintage Christmas

When we lived in Omaha part of our holiday celebration was to visit the large gingerbread house display at the Mormon Trail Center.  Since moving to the lake we have enjoyed the yearly Christmas on Main Street at Har-ber Village Musem.  Local businesses and civic groups decorate selected buildings in the Main Street section ofContinue reading “A Vintage Christmas”

A Holiday Recipe

Who doesn’t love pumpkin pie?  I know I do, but I also enjoy savory pumpkin dishes, like my Pumpkin Quinoa Pilaf with Bacon.  This recipe and more are available in Have Yourself a Healthy LIttle Holiday. Copyright 2013 by RA Robbins   Pumpkin Quinoa Pilaf with Bacon Ingredients: 6 strips turkey bacon diced check theContinue reading “A Holiday Recipe”