Pot pie is a winter classic, and a family favorite for times when everyone gets together to reconnect. Our version is made special with the puff pastry topper. It's easy to do, and takes the dish to a whole new level.
Winter has come and gone, although the weather here in Utah would suggest otherwise. These popcorn snowballs may seem really out of place now that it s spring, but a few days ago we had ourselves a little Frozen party.
"The treats are easy for any age to make but pretty enough to share with friends. You can add color sprinkles to customize them for any holiday or occasion," relates Marcia Porch of Winter Park, Florida.
"Lois Henry, a lady in our church, first gave my this recipe as a way to use our bounty of home-canned tomatoes," comments Marcia Clay of Truman, Minnesota. "My husband loves it, and I like that it's easy to warm up for a carefree dinner in the winter months."
When entertaining guests, I bring out this savory soup while we're waiting for the main course. It's simple to make—just saute the onions early in the day and let the soup simmer until dinner-time. In winter, big bowls of it make a warming supper with a salad and biscuits.
I love oatmeal (porridge). That's love with a capital "L". It was one of the highlights - or quite possibly the only highlight - of a damp, grey, cold winter morning in England. A big, steaming bowl of stand-your-spoon-up-in-it-thick, freshly cooked oatmeal with ladles of clumpy, brown sugar…