Who knew a Turkey breast could be perfect prepared in an air fryer? This was so simple and as I said ; perfect. It was beautifully browned on the outside and almost juicy moist inside. Delicious! I used a 6.5 pound bone-in Turkey breast. Rinse the breast and then usingRead More →

I grew up in a family that grew English Walnuts. So as much as I love pecans, it is always Walnut Pie I make for Thanksgiving. Since my dad, Jim Bowden was the last in the line of walnut producers, my sister Ann and I finally sold the orchard afterRead More →

There is no comparison between homemade cranberry sauce and the canned stuff. Making your own from fresh berries is simple and delicious. Heres what you’ll need. 1 bag fresh cranberries1 cup white sugar1 cup water1/4 cup orange marmalade 1 cinnamon stick In a saucepan combine water, sugar and berries. SimmerRead More →

When celebrating my birthday in Red Lodge , Montana this year I found a delicious assortment of Amish foods. Top of the list was this raspberry sweet roll. Once I got home I started researching Amish made breads and found the secret to this light and delicate dough. Instead ofRead More →

Gingerbread People are a treat and decorating them with my grandchildren is a treasured holiday tradition. This is a simple recipe that can be made ahead of time and freezes well. Then when it’s time for holiday time with the kids they’re ready to decorate. Here’s what you need. 6Read More →

This is a quick and easy sandwich to make but it tastes like an upscale sandwich.For each sandwich you will need 6-8 pre-cooked or fresh shrimp. Clean and remove shells and tails from shrimp. Cut shrimp in half and sauté in 1 tablespoon of real butter until shrimp begin toRead More →

I spent a lot of years making do with what I had, and stretching meals. Beef Hash was a go-to stretcher for creating a second meal out of a beef roast. In a large skillet heat some vegetables oil. Add 1/2 of a white onion chopped and a bag ofRead More →