Recipes and lessons that we learned from our moms.
Easter, He is Risen, He is Risen Indeed!
April 3rd, 2010RecipesDebbie Williams 1 Comments

Easter is my favorite holiday for so many reasons. First of all, Christ died for our sins and rose again which holds the promise for all those who believe in Him eternal life. Secondly, it is Spring and everything is sprouting with new life and beauty. On Easter my mom, like all good moms, made […]

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cake
March 12th, 2010RecipesDebbie Williams 0 Comments

A few days ago I recieved the sad news that one of my dear friends passed away. Sadly, geography, time, and life had separated us for too many years and now she is gone from this life. Yet, I have the hope that one day we will reunite and share many things that we missed […]

Chicken Corn Soup
February 25th, 2010RecipesDebbie Williams 1 Comments

My friend Leslie Kalender McMullen was blessed to have a wonderful dad who happened to be a great cook and chef. Leslie’s dad passed away last year but leaves behind his great recipes and many memories with his family, friends, and an entire community in Dinuba, Ca where he dined and entertained people for many […]

Healthy Eating
January 5th, 2010RecipesDebbie Williams 1 Comments

Remember my post about my mom cooking it up in the 1950’s with margarine, Velveeta cheese, tang, and Spam? Well guess what the new rage was in the 1960’s? It was a new support group called Weight Watchers and my mom was nearly a charter member. After all that “healthy” high fat food in the […]

Little House on the Prairie Christmas Cakes
December 23rd, 2009RecipesDebbie Williams 4 Comments

When my girls were little we loved watching and reading the Little House on the Prairie series. One of our favorites was from the Little House pilot which included the scene where Mr. Edwards walked through a snow storm to deliver Christmas presents to the Ingalls. The story ends with Ma finally warming up to […]

Blueberry Orange Nut Bread
December 21st, 2009RecipesDebbie Williams 1 Comments

This is a great tea or breakfast bread good anytime but especially during the holidays. I got this recipe from a dear friend, Gwen Hill. Gwen was my pastor’s wife during the early 1980’s and was a fun loving lady with a great laugh. She was the mother of two beautiful daughters, Melissa and Danya. […]

Coconut Pound Cake
December 17th, 2009RecipesDebbie Williams 1 Comments

Great friends are hard to come by and ones that are exceptional cooks are even more rare. Cheri Gray was a great friend and a great cook and I am hard pressed to post just one recipe that came from her. I chose this recipe because it is one that is decadent, yet uncommon. Also, […]

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