Grilled Corn Salsa

This crowd-pleasing recipe is a great way to use leftover corn.


Old School – graham, chocolate, marshmallow S’moreo – oreo, marshmallow Peppermint Patty – graham, peppermint patty, marshmallow[…]

Peanut Butter Cookies

1 cup sugar 1 cup peanut butter 1 egg Combine ingredients. Shape into balls and crisscross with[…]

Banana Nut Pancakes

1 cup pancake mix 2/3 cup water 1 banana, sliced 1/4 cup chopped nuts pinch of cinnamon,[…]


avocado salsa lime Halve avocado. Remove pit. Fill center with salsa. Squeeze of lime. Smash and stir.[…]

Slow Cooker Chicken Tacos

3-4 chicken breasts 1 (16-ounce) jar salsa Cover chicken with salsa. Cook 4 hours on high. Shred[…]


This is a non-alcoholic version of sangria, a wine drink probably invented to camouflage the taste of cheap red wine. Pseudo sangria is lighter and even more refreshing than the real thing especially if you use good quality grape juice.


This frozen drink is meant to be made ahead and frozen until needed. It’s a treat to have it waiting in the freezer if you have unexpected company.


Remember the pleasure of a creamsicle on a hot summer day? Here it is as a drink. It’s really easy to make, too.


This is fun. It’s an easy way to make ice tea without having to boil water. An excellent idea when camping. It’s like capturing sunshine in a jar. Use regular tea or one of the many varieties of flavored tea.


Apples and butterscotch are flavors that naturally go together, a combination that brings the aroma and taste of apple pie to this drink. The lemon juice adds a refreshing dimension.

Hawaiian Sunrise

Nothing is more beautiful or more welcome than a sunrise. A splash of grenadine gives this refreshing drink the illusion of a red sun bursting above the horizon.