Hometown Recipes

No two days of oatmeal need to taste the same



With cool fall weather on the horizon, putting oatmeal back on the menu is a healthy, warming idea. Oatmeal has been touted as a nutrition powerhouse but it has not always been a star. In ancient Rome, oats were called a diseased form of wheat. Oats became popular in Scotland where the plants thrived in the cool, damp climate and […]

Wonderful and nutritious winter squash



With fall upon us, now is a great time to add sweet rich flavored winter squash to your meals and snacks. There are many different varieties of winter squash. Some of the more common ones in our area include acorn, butternut and Hubbard. Winter squash is different than summer squash as it is more mature, has a thick skin and […]

Fall for apples!



 With fall just around the corner, our minds start drifting towards bonfires and hot apple cider. Apples are a favorite for many people. In fact, Americans consume 44 pounds of apples per person, each year. We are lucky to have so many orchards … Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content. Username Password […]

I DEARLY LOVE A PASTRY



 When my husband packs a lunch for work it’s typically made up of a couple of meat and cheese sandwiches, some kind of fruit, and a big jug of water. Once in a while I’ll go out on a limb and make meatloaf or pick up some Kentucky Fried Chicken … Please register for a free account or log in […]


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