How to Build a Charcuterie Board


Day 14 of our Covid-19 Adventure has been okay. I think the further we go into this the easier it is getting. I guess it really is becoming “normal” which is a bit scary to me. Before we did a full not going out for us we did a small shop to pick up a…

Day 7 – What are We up to?


Coronavirus Day 7 – We are still doing well. We are thankful we are together and able to weather this as a family. We are well and there are no positive tests in our tri-county area but we found out that is because there is no testing available here and will be none until later…

Family Meals and Meal Planning


As more and more places are cancelling meetings. events, and classes we will be spending more and more time together at home. Now is a great time to start having family meals if you haven’t before. They don’t need to be anything fancy but gather your family at least once a day whether it is…

Coronavirus and Food


Middle Eastern Chicken Soup (click for link to recipe) I don’t know where you are right now but we are in the middle of a National and State Emergency with Coronavirus. My high schooler is off from school until April 13th and my college student is home until at least April 5th. My wife got…

I’m Back!


I’m back. I had a great almost two weeks away. It was a ton of learning and fun. I went to a training for my second job as a travel agent in Orlando, Florida for Universal. It was great! I hadn’t been to Universal Studios in 18 years. My daughter was 2 last time we…

Top Recipes for February 2020


Since the beginning of fall this recipe has been the most clicked on recipe on my blog and on my Pinterest page. Slow Cooker Pork Chops with Sauerkraut and Apples (click for link to recipe) is a great fall dish with tons of flavor. I can understand why this recipe continues to be at the…

Football Party Foods


Football is coming to an end soon. Many will be celebrating with Super Bowl parties. I pulled together a few of our favorite party dishes that may be a bit different from ordinary football food. Starting with a salad bar.  Think about all the heavy food that is normally served at a Super Bowl party….

About Us


One of the first dishes we made was Moo Goo Gai Pan. Now, that I have time to look back over our journey I realize what we have done.  Our children are now 19 (eek!) and 16. They were 10 and 7 when we started this journey. My son is Autistic and was on the…

Top 5 Recipes for 2019 on What’s for Dinner Moms?


Many of the top recipes are from quite awhile ago on my blog. It is funny going back and looking at the pictures and realizing how much they need updating and I should start remaking some of these as my kids really don’t remember some of them. As I try to make something new every…

Happy New Year!


Wishing you all a dream filled new year! Whatever your dreams or goals for the coming year I hope you achieve them all. Looking forward to reading more of your blogs in the coming year! Happy New Year!  

Word of the Year for 2020


Every year I choose a word to focus my intents for the year rather than make resolutions. For 2019 my word was health. It was a good word for me too as my health struggled a bit and I ended up taking steps to improve it. I am now in physical therapy working on keeping…

Food Trends for 2020


Every year I review lots of research that tries to predict what will be the food trends for 2020. Last year’s predictions can be seen here (click for link to blog post). How did I do? This year trends seem to be a continuation of many of last years trends. Here is what I saw…