My Mom’s Enchiladas Recipe

My mom made this recipe on special occasions when she needed to feed a crowd. A crowd pleaser and total labor of love. I didn’t even try to guess the time on prep for this recipe but last time mom made 12 for just her, me and Pat (her spouse) she said the prep clocked in at 3 hours.

My Chicken Soup Recipe!

I made this chicken soup to offer my neighbors for our outdoor showing of the Barbie movie. I am still getting compliments on it from people and one of my neighbors wanted the recipe.

The Go With Everything Peanut Sauce

A big part of what has helped my thrive during this pandemic living outside of delivery zones and living on a budget that’s not even friendly for take out–noodle recipes! Knowing in one week I’ll have three kinds of noodle dishes if I want has been a big delight. I want to help you learn what’s elevated my life experience through this blog!

My Bone Broth Recipe!

I always save my veggie ends and almost dead veggies from the fridge. I have a couple of gallon ziplocks going at any time, and I’ve found that no amount of onions is too much, a whole bunch of scallions tastes impeccable as broth. (You can make a veggie broth this way, and I would suggest if omitting the bones use 1- a few medicinal mushrooms! Reishi! Turkey Tails! Whatever loves a long boil!)

Re-Entry Nacho Bites

It took over two hours to prep and then more time to clean-up but I thought it was totally worth it. I usually turn on some kind of inspirational noise (like a talk, sermon or interview) and it’s very meditative.

So, here’s how I cobbled together my Nacho Bites and I am interested to know if folks have better/different/faster dumpling assembly methods than my sort of figure it out on the fly methods. I always love when my favorite bloggers share recipes so here goes.