Loaded Baked Potato Fondue: Recipe from the Melting Pot

Fondue seems to be a blog favorite, especially around the holidays. I had a reader request a recipe for the loaded baked potato fondue and I found one! Here is a link to the video of someone making the recipe if you would like to watch. The recipe is from NewsOn6, which is a news station in Oklahoma. Happy fonduing! *You can use an electric fondue pot … Continue reading Loaded Baked Potato Fondue: Recipe from the Melting Pot

Rustic Farmhouse Chicken Casserole

I get tired of the same ole boring chicken casserole recipes I make. So tonight for dinner I decided to make another recipe from The America’s Test Kitchen Quick Family Cookbook. I love every recipe I have ever made from this cookbook. I got it last year and slowly have been making a few recipes here and there. This recipe was a little more time … Continue reading Rustic Farmhouse Chicken Casserole

Parmesan chicken cutlets

We are always looking for new ways to eat chicken since it is the main meat served at our house. Tonight we tried Parmesan chicken from The America’s Test Kitchen Quick Family cookbook. It was delicious I love the cheesy with the crunchy, and the touch of Dijon mustard which gives it a slight tanginess. Next time you are looking for an easy delicious way … Continue reading Parmesan chicken cutlets

My Favorite Whole Chicken in the Oven Recipe

I love making a whole chicken in the crockpot or the oven. One of my favorite recipes is super simple and delicious. It takes a little bit of prep time, but is totally worth the effort! Get the original recipe here. Enjoy! Perfect Roast Chicken Ingredients 1 (5 to 6 pound) roasting chicken Kosher salt Freshly ground black pepper 1 large bunch fresh thyme, plus … Continue reading My Favorite Whole Chicken in the Oven Recipe

Canning Blackberry Jam and Freezing Green Beans

Well we went on vacation for a couple of weeks and when we came back our garden was overflowing with green beans and blackberries!  After snapping the green beans and washing everything I needed to put everything up.  I don’t have a pressure cooker so I had to freeze the beans, but with the blackberries I couldn’t resist making some jam!!  Below are the recipes … Continue reading Canning Blackberry Jam and Freezing Green Beans