Lowfat Honey-Pecan Cream Cheese Spread

I confess we enjoy a good toasted bagel every now and again. I usually can eat only a half of a large bagel. Occasionally we can find mini-bagels and those work great for me! There are so many flavors to pick nowadays. My favorites are cinnamon-raisin and French Toast bagels. Normally I pick my bagels






Knock-Your-Socks-Off Granola

The buzz words in eating nowadays are words like “clean eating”, “organic” and  plethora of other words that are suppose to convince us a particular way of eating is the best. I’ve always been of the school of thought that common sense, moderation, knowledge, education and avoiding junk science and fad eating will do right






Blueberry-Pecan Sour Cream Muffins

These muffins are so super easy to make it’s almost a phone in. As a matter of fact, I whipped up a dozen pretty fast this morning for Tall & Handsome who had caught a bug of some kind Mother’s Day night and carried it over to the next day which happened to be his






OMG! Pears

In the spirit of disclosure I feel like I need to tell you I almost dubbed today’s recipe – OMG! Pears – in the Slow Cooker. I’ve had an obsession with my slow cooker lately – so much so that I’ve cooked the handle off the lid and probably need to invest in a new






Brown Rice and Cashew Salad with Honey-Lime Dressing, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Here lately I’ve been digging the nutty, chewy texture and taste of brown rice. It’s a good thing, too because brown rice has some health benefits not necessarily found in white rice. We know that white rice is a staple in Asian food. But, brown rice in Asian countries is considered a sign of poverty