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Love to cook? New to cooking? These recipes are family-friendly, easy to follow, and mostly from scratch. You don’t need to be a professional chef to feed your family well!

Kitchen Scraps You Should Reuse

Kitchen Scraps You Should Reuse

This list of kitchen scraps you can reuse is a great way to trim your grocery budget and cut down on food waste. Every family has a strange hobby. In mine, it’s figuring out uses for kitchen scraps, rather than throwing them in the trash. It all started when we were homeschooling. We were in…

Recipes Using Hard-Boiled Eggs

Recipes Using Hard-Boiled Eggs

These recipes using hard-boiled eggs are a great way to feed your family on Meatless Mondays, to use up Easter Eggs, or to incorporate more of this inexpensive yet nutritious protein in your life. Recipes Using Hard Boiled Eggs Grabbing a hard-boiled egg is a simple, easy way snack that’s high in protein. Eggs are…

How To Naturally Dye Easter Eggs

How To Naturally Dye Easter Eggs

Whether you’re looking for an easy Easter activity for the kids, or don’t want to use food coloring or dye pills, here’s how to naturally dye Easter Eggs using food. Since this method doesn’t use commercial dyes or solvents, it’s kid-friendly. So, pick your favorite colors from the list below, set up your egg-coloring station,…

Halibut and Creamy Parmesan Shrimp Recipe

Halibut and Creamy Parmesan Shrimp Recipe

This Halibut Recipe featuring Creamy Parmesan Shrimp is ridiculously easy — just 20 minutes from prep to plate! It’s also wonderfully delicious, low-carb, keto-friendly and gluten-free. What’s not to like about that? Halibut Recipe with Creamy Parmesan Shrimp Low-Carb Recipe for Meatless Mondays Does your family do the Meatless Monday thing? Ours does — or…

Ratatouille Recipe with Fresh Basil Cream

Ratatouille Recipe with Fresh Basil Cream

Ratatouille Recipe Starring Fresh Vegetables! We got an early start on the planting season this year thanks to a mild and brief winter. So, although lovely picking fresh spinach and lettuce in the garden in early March, that meant other things peaked two months early, too. Ordinarily, I can count on August’s heat to keep…