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Grilled Peaches With Cinnamon Honey Butter


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It's peach season and my family couldn't be happier. Peaches are probably the number one fruit eaten in our house, they even top strawberries. Peach season hits and it's a guarantee that I will be canning, drying, making fruit leather, swapping out fresh peaches for canned for this Easy Peach Cobbler recipe and testing a few new recipes every year. This year I bring you peach week on Farmer's Wife Rambles. I found several new peach recipes to present to the family this year and these five … [Read more...]



Cucumber Salad Recipe ~ Perfect For Garden Goodies

Cucumber Salad

Fall is in the air and that means everyone's gardens around here are finally producing the crop that we have been waiting for all year.  Cucumber Salad is a great way to use some of those delicious goodies from your garden. Cucumber Salad Recipe ~ Great Way To Use Up Garden Goodies While the days are still hot as Fall is approaching and barley harvest is upon us, I don't like eating big hot meals and am always on the lookout for something that will fill me up but remains light and easy … [Read more...]


Strawberry Rhubarb Freezer Jam Recipe

strawberry rhubarb freezer jam

Rhubarb. The simple word that can strike fear in many peoples hearts because of the over abundance that one rhubarb plant can produce.  If you have more than one rhubarb plant you had better have some ideas on what your going to do with it.  Lots of ideas on what your going to do with it actually because rhubarb is the weed that keeps on giving.  I was ecstatic when my mom sent me home with a whole cooler of rhubarb because I have been forbidden from growing "that weed" as my … [Read more...]


Homemade Soft Pretzels

Who doesn't love soft pretzels? Cover them with salt and dip them in cheese and you've got yourself a meal. Or brush on some butter, cinnamon and sugar and call it dessert. The possibilities are endless. I've recently perfected my homemade soft pretzel recipe, and I'm excited to share it with you. To start with, I should tell you that I don't cook well.  A lot of my food ends up in the trash (actually, for many years most of my food ended up in the trash and my husband and I would just go … [Read more...]


Spring Veggie Ragu Recipe ~ Even the Kids Will Love It

Straight from the Farmers Market ~ Spring Veggie Ragu If I'm not growing it, I love to buy my fruits and vegetables from local farmers markets.  This past Saturday was no exception to that rule.  Walking through the farmers market, I found some amazing vegetables that begged to come home with me and be dinner.  I gleefully obliged and picked up some wonderful things to make a Spring Veggie Ragu to top some Buitoni Spicy Beef & Sausage Ravioli.  One of my favorite vendors had fresh baby … [Read more...]


Lighten Up Mexican Night With Cilantro Lime Rice

Cilantro Lime Rice

Mexican night is a common occurrence in our house, actually is comes more often than I want to admit because it's fast, cheap and I know the family will have no complaints.  Feeding my picky meat and potatoes only bunch can get a little exhausting sometimes, and that is when I turn to Mexican Night.  The convenience of being able to customize each person's plate without a lot of fuss saves a lot of "Mom I hate tomatoes", "I don't want no white stuff on mine mom", "What is … [Read more...]


Cinnamon Sugar Biscuits – Bite Size

Cinnamon Sugar Biscuits

Health wise can it get any worse than Cinnamon Sugar Biscuits? But can taste wise does it get any better than Cinnamon Sugar Biscuits? I started off with the thought of making homemade donuts but I was being a little lazy and remembered my mom frying biscuits over a campfire. I figured I could improve on that flavor and still end up with something doughy and donut like. I must say these Cinnamon Sugar Biscuits were a good thought and so fun because they were bite size! The family had a … [Read more...]


Cinco de Mayo Dishing It Up Linky Party

Dishing It Up: Cinco de Mayo Recipes I just joined The Dishing It Up Recipe Hop  and I am excited to be a bought of this new hop brought to you by Crazy Coupon Train, Deals From MS Do, Eating with Mimi, Modern Christian Homemaker, Nifty Thrifty Savings, Savvy Shopper Central, and The Spring Mount 6 Pack. In honor of Cinco de Mayo, these great chefs have put together enough great recipes to help you throw your own Fiesta. Translated, Cinco de Mayo literally means the fifth of May. Although … [Read more...]


Frugalicious and Fast Fiesta Ideas

fiesta

How about a Fiesta for Cinco de Mayo or for any evening? A fiesta is frugal and fun and appeals to all ages. Here’s the plan for a frugalicious and fast FIESTA! Fiesta Meal Ideas Make Your Own Nacho Bar Tortilla Chips Taco Meat Recipe – 1 lb. ground beef, 1 cup picante sauce, 1 can ranch style beans (do not drain)…brown beef, add picante sauce and beans. Simmer 10 minutes. Grated Mexi-Cheese Shredded Lettuce Chopped Tomato or Pico de Gallo Sour … [Read more...]


25 Mother’s Day Gifts & Recipes To Spoil Your Mom

May showers bring in the holiday of Mother's Day. For many this brings up thoughts of homemade gifts and breakfast in bed that the husband and kiddos cooked. Boy do I hope the trend in my house changes because we generally have someone sick or another matter that out ways Mother's Day. For the last 5 years all I have wanted for Mother's Day is breakfast in a restaurant. Breakfast is my favorite meal to eat out because, well really it's my favorite meal, period. Breakfast in a restaurant … [Read more...]


24 Awesome Crock Pot Recipes

Summer will be here before you know it and for me that means my desire for cooking goes down.  It is hot outside and then it's hot in my house and the last thing I really want is to heat the house up with the oven or stand over a boiling pot. Summer also means sports, play dates at the pool and park and in general just running.  It's easy for me to put an average of 4,000 a miles a month on my Yukon, especially during summer.  One more reason why I use my crock pot more during the … [Read more...]


Stromboli – Give Your Pizza A Twist

My family loves pizza!  Me?  Well it will work in a pinch.  However, I know that it will always be a hit at dinner time.  I am always on the lookout for a way to mix it up a tad.  Stromboli is a quick way to give your pizza a twist and have something new for dinner with very little effort. The filling possibilities are really endless and for our family of four we usually make two. That we we have the adult Stromboli and the a kid friendly Stromboli. We do have leftovers and they make a … [Read more...]


Chicken, Ham Or Tuna Salad Stuffed Tomatoes

It is finally the season for great tomatoes, they have flavor after months of being bland. That brings one thought to mind spring. So in the spirit of spring here is a light tomato based recipe. Ingredients For Chicken, Ham Or Tuna Salad Stuffed Tomatoes 4 large round firm tomatoes 3 cans of tuna, ham, salmon, or chicken (I used Tuna) 1/2 cup mayo 2 stalks of celery diced 1 small diced onion 1 tablespoon relish flavor of choice 1 teaspoon garlic powder Salt Pepper Directions For … [Read more...]


Stuff Yourself Silly Orange Chicken

The hubby is out of town this week which makes it the perfect time to cook up all the dishes that he won't eat. You know the ones that don't contain beef and potatoes.  Chinese cuisine is one of my favorites and I rarely get it because Cory isn't a fan.  The smell of stir-fry's in my house are welcomed by funny faces and "what the heck are you cooking?".  It is just easier not to make it rather then listen to my "funny" husband and his side remarks. So while he is out of town I am cooking … [Read more...]


Brown Sugar Glazed Pork Tenderloin Recipe

Brown Sugar Glazed Pork Tenderloin Recipe Have you ever had a spiral ham? I mean a good spiral ham; one that's smothered with brown sugar, cloves and a hint of cinnamon. In my eyes that's the only way to enjoy a ham - but why should that sugary/spicy goodness end with ham? Why not pass some of that yummy over to more pork products, like a rich brown sugar glazed pork tenderloin! I had a tenderloin sitting out to thaw and I couldn't decide what to do with it last night, so back in the … [Read more...]


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