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Recipe of the Week – Spiced Pumpkin Fudge

Here’s a sweet seasonal treat that your family will love. I made it for the first time yesterday and guests just gobbled it up. When I told Frank I was going to make pumpkin fudge he was a little skeptical but now he’s lobbying for me to make again. Ingredients • 2 cups granulated sugar…

Recipe of the Week – S’mores Bars

Summer maybe drawing to a close but these wonderful bars will bring back great camp fire memories. Our whole family loves them. Ingredients 2 sticks unsalted butter, melted, plus more, softened, for pan 18 plain graham crackers (about 2 packages) or  2 cups crumbs 1/4 cup sugar 1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt 3 cups milk…

Recipe of the Week — Feta Broiled Tomatoes

The garden is over flowing! If you notice us turning slightly pink. It probably because of all the wonderful tomatoes we’ve been eating. This quick fix is a great side dish for breakfast or dinner. Everything you need is probably right in the kitchen. If you don’t have feta almost any good cheese will do.…

Recipe of the Week — Radish Salad

Our garden is putting out a super abundance of radishes and beets.   We’ve found this unusual salad is a perfect way to enjoy them. We’ve been  taking it to summer pot lucks and  picnics and it’s been a big hit …very different and very good. Ingredients 1 cucumber, peeled 1 bundle of radishes, trimmed 3…

Recipe of the week – Cap’n Crunch French Toast

Do not be put off by the name. This is seriously wonderful French toast. I served so many second helpings this morning, I was afraid I would run out of bread. Ingredients: 4 ½  cups Cap’n Crunch Cereal – I used the new Cinnamon Roll Flavor ¾ cup milk – I used half & half…

Recipe of the Week – Fresh Asparagus and Ham Quiche

We have had the most fun harvesting our little asparagus patch. It’s almost done now but it has been a wonderful couple of weeks… breakfast, lunch and dinner. This recipe has been a big hit with our Hershey, PA Inn guests and I have to say we always hope there’s a few pieces left for…

Recipe of the Week – Easy Lemon Delights

Here’s another easy sweet treat. These cookies are a nice lunch box surprise or perfect with a tall glass of ice tea on the porch. Ingredients • 1 pkg. Lemon Supreme cake mix • 1/3 cup vegetable oil • 2 eggs • 1 tbsp. lemon juice • 1 cup powdered sugar • 2 tbsp. lemon…

Recipe of the Week – Easy Salmon Fillets

Dinner does not get easier than this. Frank and I had this salmon last night and it was wonderful! It’s a definite keeper for our busy kitchen. 4 (4 oz.) salmon fillets 3 Tbl. Dijon Mustard (I used Guldens) salt and pepper to taste 1/4 cup Italian style bread crumbs 1/4 cup butter 1. Preheat…

Recipe of the Week – Tartiflette

We are back from another wonderful vacation, this time to the Trois Valle area of France.  We had absolutely fabulous skiing and even better eating. One of our favorite lunches on the mountain was Tartiflette. It’s essentially a local interpretation of a potato gratin, a rustic dish made with layers of starchy, buttery potatoes; crispy,…

Recipe of the Week – Drop Sand Tarts

Here’s an easy take on traditional Sand Tarts. It makes a large batch but oh my goodness how they vanished, 1 ½ cups granulated sugar 1 cup melted butter 2 eggs 2 cups flour ½ tsp baking soda ¼ tsp cream of tartar dash of salt Mix sugar and butter well, add eggs. Add flour…