Egg Drop Soup & Pork Dumplings

Over the years, my family’s tastes have changed and I’m so happy the kids now like to venture out to experience new things. One type of food that always gets an “all hands raised” at our house is Asian cuisine. … Read More

Butter Tarts

This buttery tart recipe is a great recipe to pass down through the generations. The slow process allows for great conversations while baking and sharing a cup of coffee or hot chocolate. Use this baking time to have some intentional … Read More

Matzo Ball Soup

Oh, the yummy home-made goodness of matzo ball soup! Have you ever had the pleasure of enjoying this chicken dumpling soup? This is a staple at any Jewish holiday and known as Jewish comfort food! I make this hearty soup … Read More

Thanksgiving Leftover Turkey Enchiladas

Thanksgiving is such a special time of year. It’s a time to pause during the craziness of life and reflect on everything we have to be thankful for and all the blessings God has given us. Many of us celebrate … Read More

Basic Scones

As we study Beauty this week, I find myself thinking about some of the godly women I have met in my life and what makes them so beautiful to me. Of course, it is because they love Jesus and live … Read More

Homemade Pizza Dough

 “It is written, ‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God,’” Matthew 4:4. Several years ago, I learned the importance of listening to God. During this time, I felt the … Read More

Super Succulent Spring Carrot Cake

I love rich and creamy cream cheese frosting! I can get lost in it, like the old Calgon commercials where a bath just took you to another place! Of course, there is no better combo, in my opinion, than moist … Read More

Southwest Burgers

“Let all that you do be done in love.” – 1 Corinthians 16:14 We all have a love language, and if you ask my husband what his is, he will say, “Food!” He really appreciates when I cook for him, … Read More

Chicken Gnocchi Soup

As a busy mom of five, my family adheres to a tight grocery budget. I am constantly looking for ways to make delicious, filling, healthy meals that don’t break the bank. Beans and rice are a staple in our family, … Read More

Southwest Egg Rolls

Fall is here! Fall is my absolute favorite season. I love watching the leaves falling and filling the streets with their natural reds, oranges, and yellows. The air is cool and crisp. It’s also pumpkin season, and if you ask … Read More

Salmon Three Different Ways

The Lenten season has always meant a 40-day period of sacrifice or giving up something to identify with Christ and his suffering. Whether Catholic, Episcopalian, Lutheran, Reformed, Baptist, or nondenominational, we can all benefit from the season of reflection as we approach … Read More