I love this picture. My husband was making Zuppa Toscana soup, and he showed Littlest how to help. Sometimes I forget they’re going to be Big Strong People someday, and need to know these things. How can they change the world for the better if they can’t take care of themselves?
I know. “Easy” and “Zuppa Toscana” don’t seem like they should go hand-in-hand, but they do. This is our weekly Sunday dinner because it’s delicious, simple to throw into the crockpot, and nourishes the soul as well as the belly. Ingredients 1 pound ground spicy Italian sausage 4-6 potatoes, chopped (I prefer golden for the mellow flavor) 1 chopped onion … Read More
Hooray! I baked some darling, flavorless cookies that were horribly disappointing. But look, I put them in a little jar, so now they’re charming. And look! A Christmas village! Don’t you want them now? No. No, you don’t. But they are cute. I’d give you the recipe but it’s a waste of flour. But hey! Sprinkles! If you want the … Read More
I decided a while ago that I needed to improve my quality of life. This meant letting go of some responsibilities. This also meant doing more things that make me happy. Like making delicious and sweet treats. I found this recipe by tbspSusan on Pinterest and it’s as divine as it looks! Really easy, really delicious, and a great thing … Read More
I grew up making this absolutely amazing, extremely inexpensive, divine and EASY fry bread. It reminds me of county fairs and my best friend before she passed away. Whenever I get a little homesick, it’s just the thing to cheer me up. And hopefully it will do the same for you. It’s delicious, sweet or savory, and gets the home … Read More