Lisa Food Blog : Green Tomato

Lisa Food Blog : Green Tomato

Welcome to my Wednesday ! Today on my blog its all about Green tomatoes - perfect for those who love to arden. Green tomatoes: If you are shopping for green tomatoes to use for frying, be sure to choose firm ones. The variety is not as important as the firmness of the tomato, but any good beefsteak will bring good results. If you [...]

Lisa Favorite : Flip flops

Lisa Favorite : Flip flops

Today I am celebrating my favorite Summer shoes : Flip Flops. Flip Flop Day Flip Flop Day is a holiday that celebrates the casual beach shoe worn by people in tropical areas all year round. For most people around the world, though, flip-flops are exclusively summer shoes, so what better time to celebrate them than [...]

Outside view: Peppermint tea

Outside view: Peppermint tea

This Thursday it's all about Herbs, Spice and Tea. I grow a couple of different kinds in pots to use in crafts and recipes. This is a favorite: All mints prefer a cool, moist spot in partial shade but will also grow in full sun. Sunset Herb and Garden market : is held every Spring and [...]

Wellness Wednesday

Wellness Wednesday

Having a glass of warm milk before bed is a tradition that's been passed down through generations as a way to cultivate relaxation, relieve anxiety, and facilitate a more restful night's sleep. Although many people swear by this practice, others say it's nothing more than folklore. What in warm milk helps you sleep? Milk contains two nutrients widely known [...]

Lisa Food Blog : Creamy Chicken Penna Pasta

Lisa Food Blog  : Creamy Chicken Penna Pasta

This Wednesday I am continuing my Diary Month celebration with a great family recipe : This one I borrowed from Aunt Jane's kitchen. 2 cups uncooked penne pasta2 cups sliced fresh mushrooms1 cup sliced green onions2 tablespoons butter1/2 cup white wine or chicken broth1 teaspoon minced garlic1 tablespoon all-purpose flour1/3 cup water1 cup heavy whipping [...]

Lisa’s Kids Club : Dairy Month

Lisa’s  Kids Club : Dairy Month

June is National Dairy month and today at Kids Club we are visiting a Dairy Farm, doing some a fun activities and a Science experiment : making ice ream. So let's get started: Virtual Dairy Farm visit: https://youtu.be/LFN1OPbXLMo Dairy month activities: Ice Cream in a Bag : Science Experiment : Equipment Large gallon size ziplock [...]

Lisa Food Blog

Lisa Food Blog

It's Wednesday and time to share some great recipes on my blog. Today is National Rotes sire Chicken Day ! A great shortcut to a number of r chicken recipes calling for chicken. Rotes sire Chicken Salad :  store-bought rotisserie chicken (about 3 pounds), white and dark meat hand shredded, then roughly chopped 1 cup [...]

Friday Favourite: Biscuits

Friday Favourite: Biscuits

My Grandma made biscuits every week in my kitchen. Tomorrow is National Biscuits day and I found this in Grans recipe box. Whipping Creme Biscuits 1 1/2 C self rising flour 1/2 pint whipping cream Directions: Mix flour and cream until well blended. With butter hands form ping pong size dough balls. Place on a [...]

Memorial Day Trifle

Memorial Day Trifle

Happy Wednesday ! Today on my Food Blog - my recipe is a trifle I am making for the Memorial Day BBQ. Since the ban is lifted for the state our family is getting together for a large outdoors BBQ> Enjoy .. Lisa Ingredients 12-16 oz strawberries12 oz fresh blueberries16 oz homemade or store bought pound cake1-2 cups vanilla pudding (can be scratch-made or [...]