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I can always tell that a certain dish is really good, if seeing photos of it makes me wish I had a helping of it! My husband and I wanted to find a fantastic biscuit recipe, and when we tried this one from allrecipes.com, we knew we didn’t need to […]

Best Biscuits and Gravy

I was looking for a good banana muffin recipe a few years ago, and came across this one, I was intrigued by the idea of adding granola, hoping that it would produce a heartier muffin, and I was very happy with the result! This muffin comes out smooth and light; […]

Banana Crunch Muffins

Turkey, Swiss, and Cranberry Croissant from Kaye's Cupboard
This sandwich was served at a church luncheon, and it’s fantastic! I love sandwiches and salads, because you can combine some of your favorite flavors to create a blend that satisfies your taste buds! I’m not a fan of cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving (at least not the jelled kind), so […]

Turkey, Swiss, and Cranberry Croissant

Greek Chicken Pitas from Kaye's Cupboard
If you are looking for a delicious explosion of flavors, this pita is for you! I’ll be honest; I’ve never had Greek food, but if it’s anything like this beauty, I need to find a good Greek restaurant! Each separate ingredient plays off the rest perfectly, and I love that […]

Greek Chicken Pitas with Tzatziki Sauce

Jam Bars from Kaye's Cupboard crop
First off, I think I have made these close to ten times in the past few months, and have tried every flavor of Smucker’s Simply Fruit Jam. Every batch has turned out fantastic! These bars are simple and quick, and come from one of my favorite blogs, Our Best Bites! […]

Jam Bars

My husband and two youngest daughters are corn-on-the-cob fiends. This is especially true with this sweet, juicy recipe for boiled corn! 6-8 ears of corn, husks removed 2  1/4 cup milk 1/3 cup sugar Fill a large stockpot half-full with water, then add milk and sugar. Bring to a boil, […]

Sweet Boiled Corn on the Cob

I’ve had my fair share of tuna or chicken salad, but this tops them all. I love the blend of fruit added to the mix; both the flavors and textures are the perfect compliment to the meat. The photos show a lot of raisins, but it was also brimming with crunchy […]

Ultimate Salad Sandwich

Hawaiian Haystacks from Kaye's Cupboard (8)
I know a bunch of families that have had this meal for as long as they can remember. I think I was first introduced to it when I served a mission for my church. I wasn’t sure about the seemingly random grouping of ingredients- how would they actually taste together? […]

Hawaiian Haystacks

Jammie Dodgers from Kaye's Cupboard (5).. 2
Ah, if you haven’t yet tried a Jammie Dodger, here’s your chance! I have the simple recipe up and waiting for you! I am planning on baking another batch this weekend! While you are waiting for your Jammie Dodgers to cool, I’d like to introduce you to my very talented […]

Just what the Doctor ordered: a TARDIS Pinny!

Jammie Dodgers from Kaye's Cupboard 1
Eleven once told the Daleks a Jammie Dodger was a self-destruct button. It didn’t fool them for a minute, but that didn’t stop him from enjoying the cookie anyway! I’ve heard of British “biscuits,” but never actually tried any. This is an excellent place to start, it seems! Very similar […]

Jammie Dodgers

Sour Cream Pound Cake from Kaye's Cupboard
We enjoyed this pound cake for dessert tonight, and I think it needs to be renamed “Happy Cake.” Who would have thought such a simple-looking cake could be so satisfying? Not only was it a cinch to put together, it is so perfectly moist, with a lightly sweet vanilla flavor […]

Sour Cream Pound Cake

Coconut Tilapia from Kaye's Cupboard
This is the only photo I got of this meal, and this one was just the one I sent my husband to let him know dinner was ready. I cooked extra, assuming I could take more pictures later with the leftovers, but the five of us demolished every bit of […]

Coconut Tilapia