Country Ham and Asparagus Breakfast Casserole

Most egg casseroles have the same texture. They are warm and comforting like mashed potatoes but they are, well, Mushy! This casserole has a layer of egg casserole, crisp tender asparagus, fresh tomatoes, and crunchy bread cubes on top. It … Continue reading

Tangerine Poppy Seed Bread

My three year old grand nephew, Reed, was at my house this week. He is just beginning to figure out who Santa and the elves are. This was our conversation. Reed says, “My Elf’s name is Kringle but his real … Continue reading

Mini Ham and Cheese Omelets

Perfect for those mornings when you are rushing out the door to school or work this breakfast is healthy and will get you on your way! Prepared the night before, these mini omelets can be refrigerated and reheated in the … Continue reading

Chicken Broccoli Quiche

When I worked as a registered dietitian at the city hospital in Memphis, Tennessee we would sometimes prepare quiche for the patients at lunch. For some reason the cooks called quiche “Quincy.” Pretty soon everyone in the kitchen referred to … Continue reading

Winkler’s Moravian Sugar Cake

Christmas is full of traditional sweets. My aunt Kakie’s peanut butter cookies and my cousin Clark’s fudge are beloved family recipes that will be passed down to the next generation. Some holiday sweets arrive at our doorstep as gifts from … Continue reading

Breakfast Orange Muffins

It’s starting to feel like Doc and I live in the woods with Goldilocks and the 3 bears but in this story it’s Doc, the three snakes, and me. About 3 weeks ago “Papa” snake shed his skin on our … Continue reading