This soup is a family tradition. As a child, my mom served this every Halloween – and called it ‘Witches Brew’. It is such a delicious tradition, that every Halloween – it is now being served by her grandchildren around the country. No doubt – it will be served in the homes of her great-grandchildren – for whom it is now an official part of Halloween. . . it’s that good.
Holidays. This single word is capable of stirring up memories and emotions from years, even decades gone by. Many of our most vivid memories center around holidays and the traditions that go with them.
We love holidays at the Homestead. Whether it is a large family gathering, or Thanksgiving dinner for the two of us, holidays and the celebrations and gatherings that go along with them are a big part of our lives.
Join us as we celebrate. Let’s make every day a holiday!
“Why seek ye the living among the dead? He is not here, but is risen.” (Luke 24:5-6) And because of this, all mankind will live again. No Greater Love. No Greater Gift. Happy Easter, Kathy
Have you decided what you are going to do with all of those boiled eggs you have colored? There is nothing like a great deviled egg! A beautiful and delicious finger food/appetizer/snack – and great way to make a dent in your Easter basket. The basic deviled egg is great on it’s own – but [Continue Reading …]
Since the early 1980’s, Gastropubs throughout the British Isles have been serving up amazing food. Scotch Eggs are just one of the items that you may find on the menu. Boiled eggs encased in sausage, typically coated with bread crumbs and fried. Served with mustard, they are a delight! But these little gems are my [Continue Reading …]
So, of course you remember that I suggested you save the egg shells from the soft-boiled eggs you made a few days ago? You have all made them – right?! Well, you will want to now when you see what Molly Yeh has done with them. .. . She has done a no-bake cheesecake egg [Continue Reading …]