Archive for the ‘Recipes’ Category

Easy Dinner Ideas for when the Grandkids Visit

I’m always looking for easy dinner ideas so that when the grandchildren come over I can have something ready that they like to eat that doesn’t require me being in the kitchen [...]

A Gluten-Free Thanksgiving?

Earlier this year, my middle son was diagnosed with multiple food allergies, including wheat, and we are trying to figure out how to make sure he can still enjoy our holiday food [...]

Gratitude and a Stuffing Recipe

Gratitude is something we can never have enough of and my kids feel the same way about my stuffing, or as we call it, Grandma Layne’s dressing balls. November always makes me [...]

Friendships and Blessings

My friend Peggy is a great friend and a blessing to our family.. For a long time she lived out in Arizona but she moved back and we are so happy she [...]

Kids in the Kitchen

Guest Post by Char Huskins Do you get your grand kids in the kitchen with you?  Teresa has talked often about her granddaughter in the kitchen, and I love reading those posts! I [...]

Melt In Your Mouth Blueberry Bars

Blueberry Bars My friend Peggy is a wonderful cook. When she comes over for a visit she usually brings something delicious with her. I’ve told her that she doesn’t have to bring [...]

Susan Williams and Blueberry Crisp

From the moment Susan Williams and I met I knew I had found a new soul sister. Susan is a Nashville blogger and blogs at ThatSusanWilliams. Beneath her pretty picture on her [...]

Blueberries and a Poke Cake

We are blueberry farmers, (read about our farm by clicking here) and it’s picking season. That means everyone in my family is extremely busy, including me. I’m the delivery nana. I told [...]

My Granddaughter Turned a Coconut Creme Pie Into Easter Pie!

There's nothing more fun than spending time with your granddaughter and decorating a Marie Callender's Coconut Creme Pie with your own special touch! Watch as Abby turns this pie into an Easter Pie!

A Delicious Recipe for Slow Cooker Apple Butter

I would like to introduce you to my friend Susan Williams, who blogs at ThatSusanWilliams.com  Not only is Susan smart, funny and a faith-filled woman, she’s also a fantastic cook! I asked Susan [...]

Crazy Good Coconut Pound Cake

I love coconut and a few weeks ago I had a piece (or two) of a delicious pound cake my cousin made. Last week while visiting her family we decided to make [...]

Blueberry Pie At Nanas House

We live in southern Kentucky and have a blueberry farm. The farm is called Bellview Blueberry Farm and the land has been in our family for generations. I love blueberries and collect [...]

Chopped

Have you ever seen the show Chopped?  It’s on the Food Network and my 9 year old granddaughter loves it. My son and his girlfriend decided to surprise Abby with our own [...]

Easy and Quick Casserole

It’s been awhile since I posted a recipe so I thought I would share a new casserole recipe. I like things that are easy to cook and healthy. My boys are hard [...]

National Blueberry Month

July is National Blueberry Month and this little berry is worth celebrating. Not only does it taste delicious but it is consistently ranked as one of the Top Ten Super Foods. Blueberries [...]

Best Friends and Blueberry Muffins

Some of my best friends in the world and their sweet mom happened to be nearby at a reunion when they received some sad news; a friend of their mom’s had passed [...]

Bill’s Blueberry Cobbler

We have a blueberry farm and the berries are ripe! I’m eating blueberries in the morning on my cereal. My friend took some home and made a lovely salad for her lunch. [...]

One Dish Chicken Pasta Recipe

I am constantly looking for new recipes, things I think my family will enjoy. Last week I tried a new recipe I found online. It appealed to me for several reasons. It [...]

Mom’s Own Words

This is a guest post/interview with a new friend who is a mom blogger. Krisit Maloney who bogs at Mom’s Own Words. When did you start blogging and why? I started blogging [...]

How to Make a Great Pie Better

If you visit NanaHood often you know I love desserts. I’m one of those people who can skip the main meal and go straight to the sweet stuff! With Easter just around [...]