Mother’s Day makes me think of memories of my mother baking in her kitchen. She would either be baking a cake (our favorites were German Chocolate and Pineapple Upside Down Cake), her specialty teacakes, cornbread or dinner rolls. Dinner rolls that divided in the middle or the ones that had three sections were my favorite kinds. Bread was my weakness, especially bread with butter. Butter melted in a hot roll was as good as dessert – almost. I think my parents must have liked the cornbread the best, though. We had cornbread in chicken and dressing, casseroles, baked in iron skillets, crumbled up in milkRead More →

A kitchen is not complete unless eggs can be found in the refrigerator! In my opinion at least. How can one egg yolk contain so much fat that it’s too unhealthy to eat? An egg yolk has the good fats, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated. Eating three to four eggs per week doesn’t¬†adversely affect your heart disease risk according to an article by Healthy Eating. Indulging in a three-egg omelet every day would probably not be the moderate thing to do. I like to boil three or four eggs ahead of time and keep them in the fridge. A boiled egg makes a quick energy snack whetherRead More →