Foil-Baked Lemon Butter Cod

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Alaska Seafood. The opinions and text are all mine.   Are busy weeknights getting the best of you? Never fear, I’m sharing with you today a wonderfully easy meal! Foil-Baked Lemon Butter Cod is not only easy to prepare but tastes fantastic. In less time than it takes to wait for a pizza to be delivered you can serve this restaurant-quality dish that will WOW! What makes this meal so fast {Read More}

Blue Cheese Butter

Blue Cheese Butter is a great condiment to add to almost any savory dish. With grilling season upon us, it would be wise to get your freezer fully stocked! Here in central Texas it is always grilling season and I love having a batch of Blue Cheese Butter in the freezer.  For those of you still thawing out, it is time to stock the freezer!  So easy to make and super delicious Blue Cheese Butter, is perfect on a grilled steak, a {Read More}

Whipped Roasted Garlic Butter

A flavorful butter that adds a pop to garlic bread! Garlic is one of those items that 99% of the time is in ample supply within my kitchen.  I use it almost daily it seems in a variety of dishes from soups to casseroles to slow cooker favorites.  In the past I’ve shared with you my Roasted Garlic Spread , which then led to my Roasted Garlic & Bacon Macaroni and Cheese and just how simple it is to actually roast {Read More}

Throw Back Thursday ~ Pumpkin Spiced Butter

I made this last year – and while looking for an idea for Throw Back Thursday – I just reminded myself that I need to make more!  My kids LOVED this stuff on toast!  (even my uber fussy kid who at the time didn’t even like bread – true story).  Anyways – whip up a batch for your family this week-end! Fall is in the air and pumpkin flavor is everywhere!  My kids will eat anything and everything with a {Read More}

Slow Cooker Pumpkin Butter

Slow Cooker Pumpkin Butter ~ Enjoy on toast, bagel, English muffin or atop a scoop of cottage cheese! Originally from Pennsylvania Dutch Country, I grew up around lots of homemade goodies. Goodies made by my family or friends within easy access. It wasn’t at all uncommon to shop from roadside stands set up alongside Amish and Mennonites farms. With a variety of offerings such as: homemade pies, cakes, sauces, fresh flowers, fresh produce, pickled and canned vegetables, and jams and jellies {Read More}