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Chicken Roulade with Spinach and Prosciutto

Chicken Roulade with Spinach and Prosciutto

This is no ordinary chicken dinner! Layers of chicken, spinach, prosciutto, basil, and cheese, rolled into a spiral and coated with bread crumbs create a scrumptious savory roulade!

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Lemon and Prosciutto

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Lemon and Prosciutto

Get the idea of soggy sprouts out of your head! These roasted Brussels sprouts are accented with lemon and prosciutto and take less than 30 minutes to make!

A Heart for Kringla

A Heart for Kringla

Whether they are shaped like hearts, knots, or figure-eights, these simple Kringla Cookies will taste as good as they look!

Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti

Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti

Get your coffee, wine or cocoa ready! This biscotti (twice-baked cookie) recipe blends cranberries, pistachios and a hint of orange into the perfect, dunkable, winter treat.

Cozy Cocoa

Cozy Cocoa

This recipe uses simple ingredients to make delicious hot cocoa that will warm you from the inside out! Choose flavorings that suit your cozy mood.

Dorothy’s Harvest Vegetable Stew

Dorothy’s Harvest Vegetable Stew

Fresh carrots, zucchini, tomatoes, onions and peppers combine with herbs and a little Tabasco for a stew that warms the stomach and soul. Purée to make a delicious soup or pasta sauce!

Potluck Picnic with Summer Edamame Salad

Potluck Picnic with Summer Edamame Salad

Recipes, tips, humor and stories to inspire you to appreciate, cook, eat and share good food … including this week’s recipe: Creamy Cucumber Salad!

Potluck Picnic with Creamy Cucumber Salad

Potluck Picnic with Creamy Cucumber Salad

Welcome to my Potluck Picnic … a weekly newsletter full of recipes, tips, humor and stories to inspire you to appreciate, cook, eat and share good food … including this week’s recipe: Creamy Cucumber Salad!

Shakshuka: Veggies for Breakfast

Shakshuka: Veggies for Breakfast

Until about a year ago, my idea of veggies for breakfast would have been salsa in my breakfast burrito, fried potatoes with onions, or the tomato juice and celery in a Bloody Mary. Now … though I still love all those options … I am 

Overnight Layered Lettuce Salad

Overnight Layered Lettuce Salad

Do you know how to determine if a recipe is worth trying? Some version of it appears in almost every church cookbook you can find. This is one of those recipes. Why? It is easy to make and uses simple ingredients, it can be made