Welcome to Week 3 cooking class for kids. This class was a shorter one, but packed with valuable information.
The first goal for Week 3 cooking class was to learn what we call wet or dry ingredients and how to measure them. The second goal was to learn some differences between baking and cooking. Continue reading WEEK 3 COOKING CLASS FOR KIDS WITH GRANDMA HONEY
RV travel can be a lot of fun, but it can also be a lot of work. Be prepared!
The main reason that I prefer RV travel is that you have all of the conveniences of home. There is a lot more space than a hotel room, and I am a germ-a-phobic person who hates to stay in hotel rooms. Continue reading RV TRAVEL..FUN AND TIPS
Italian Breakfast Crostada is one delicious recipe that you have got to try!
This was a breakfast recipe that I won a contest with a couple of years ago. It is easy to make and filled with Italian inspired ingredients . A crostada adds a special touch to your weekend breakfast table or looks impressive to serve to guests.
Continue reading ITALIAN BREAKFAST CROSTADA
Welcome to Week 2 cooking classes for kids. HERE is the post for Week 1 in case you missed it.
The level of detail I go into depends on the age of the children I am working with that day. The first goal for week 2 cooking classes is to expose the children to the different kinds of equipment we use in the kitchen. The second goal will be to become organized in the kitchen when cooking or baking. Continue reading WEEK 2 COOKING CLASSES FOR KIDS WITH GRANDMA HONEY
This homemade hot dog sauce has been a recipe creation that Grandpa Bob has been trying to perfect for the last few months.
Continue reading HOMEMADE HOT DOG SAUCE BY GRANDPA BOB
Cooking classes for kids with Grandma Honey is going to be a new weekly feature on my blog.
I have received requests from family and friends to teach cooking classes for kids. This is something I have always wanted to do, but did not have time while I was working as an RN for 42 years. Continue reading COOKING CLASSES FOR KIDS WITH GRANDMA HONEY
My parfait bar is a fun way to celebrate when entertaining your children or grandchildren. Everyone gets a chance to show their creativity as well as making their own treat.
A parfait bar would also be great to serve at a party. It is quick and easy to set up and can be done with ingredients you have in your kitchen. Continue reading PARFAIT BAR..FUN ACTIVITY WITH THE CHILDREN
These breakfast recipes are a perfect way to start Mother’s Day or any special day.
May is a very busy month for our family. We have Mother’s Day, 4 birthdays, 2 graduations, and 2 weddings. My husband and I are also hosting a rehearsal dinner-cookout at our home. Some of these events will involve having overnight guests, so I will be making some of these special breakfast recipes. Continue reading SEVEN BREAKFAST RECIPES FOR MOTHER’S DAY
This honey pecan rotisserie chicken salad is quick, easy and delicious. I also want to show you 7 different ways that I serve it.
One of my favorite go to recipes is the one I have for chicken salad. I have been making this one for about 20 years and am anxious to share it with you. I think chicken salad is so refreshing and with warmer weather coming, I am ready to make it almost weekly. Continue reading HONEY PECAN ROTISSERE CHICKEN SALAD
Today is National Picnic Day, and when I heard that, it made me think of some of the memorable picnics I have been on.
Continue reading PICNICS AND ROMANCE..TOGETHER IN A BASKET