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Chicken Asparagus Alfredo

Over the weekend, I was going over some old posts to get the rotten Âs and other weird characters out of them (notice a post with them still in? Send me an email so I can find them and get them out.). I don’t know where these characters came from, but they’re in a lot of my old posts. So anyway, I was going through the more popular posts and stumbled upon one called “Stuff My 3-Year-Old Says.” As I read the post, I was reminded of some hilarious things Allie said when she was smaller. With tears streaming down … Read more

Cheesy Vegetable Soup

We try to cook a new recipe every week or two. It keeps our dinner rotation fresh and interesting, and it allows us to sample all different kinds of cuisine. With this in mind, Joe and I were excited to join a Sargento® campaign where participants have to create a recipe using a secret basket of ingredients. What a fun project! Talk about exciting! So the challenge is to create a comfort food recipe using the following ingredients: Sargento Sharp Cheddar Fine Cut Cheese Cauliflower Cremini mushrooms (sometimes called baby bellas or baby portabellos) Leeks When I think of comfort … Read more

BBQ Beef Muffin Cups Recipe

One of my mom’s favorite recipes was corn mini pies. They are made with a delicious filling of cream cheese, corn, and chicken, stuffed inside layers of Pillsbury Grands!® biscuits and baked. My mom made them all the time, and we have carried on this tradition. Grace and Allie love them, too. Except for the onions. They don’t love the onions. We like the concept of corn mini pies so much that we’ve branched out to other fillings. Our next favorite is BBQ beef. These cups are quick and easy to put together, making them perfect for dinners after a … Read more

How to Celebrate a Christian Passover Meal for Preschoolers

How to Host A Christian Passover Seder Meal with Preschoolers

On the Thursday before Easter, Jesus celebrated the Passover with his disciples. They broke bread and drank wine, a gesture that we now commemorate in communion. But that Passover meal, what was that about? Last year, I wanted to start a tradition with my kids that we would observe Passover, share a meal with friends that would celebrate (in a somber way) the Last Supper and prepare our hearts for the holiest of holy holidays while the Easter bunny loomed in the background. It was a wild success. First, the food was ah-maz-ing. Amazing. It was so good. Second, the … Read more

BBQ Chicken Waffle Sandwiches – Updated Chicken & Waffles

BBQ Chicken Waffle Sandwhices

It’s a Week of Waffles at Feels Like Home! Being that I’m a Chief Waffle Officer, I’ll be posting waffle recipes featuring Eggo Waffles all week – from April 1 to April 7. I’ll share some breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, and dessert recipes, so make sure you come back each day for my most recent creation! (In the interest of disclosure – Eggo Waffles are not gluten-free. In most cases, my family enjoyed my waffle treat while I ate a gluten-free version of the recipe.) I knew I wanted to try some variation of chicken and waffles during our Week … Read more

Sausage Sandwiches with Onions and Mushrooms

Sausage Sandwiches with Onions and Mushrooms

Doesn’t that photo make your mouth water? It does mine. We made our sausage sandwiches healthier than most, but you’ll never notice. Is there a single person in America who is unaffected by heart disease? I can’t imagine that there is. My friend, Sara, lost her mother a few years ago to a heart attack. It was a complete shock; her mom was just in her fifties. I remember the disbelief so clearly. She was so young and so healthy. I was less shocked by my mom’s cancer diagnosis than by Sara’s mom’s heart attack. My experience with heart disease … Read more