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From Garden to Kitchen

I am a Garden Foodie and this is where you will find my recipes I love to use from the Garden to Kitchen.

Easy Garden Fresh Pizza Recipe

It's Tropical Pizza Time Looking for a quick taste of summer?  Why not make up a homemade pizza for tonight’s dinner. The fresh veggies and fruit being chopped up in the kitchen warming up from the oven ready to bake is a great way to keep warm and think of summer. Load up the crust with fresh diced pineapple. […]

Apples in a Blanket Recipe

Bake at 350*F for 45minutes - 1 hour It’s Autumn in the garden and the spring bulbs are all planted for 2014 and leaves are being raked so its time to tuck some apples in! The recipe I’m sharing today will fill your home with amazing seasonal scents of cinamon, sugar, nutmeg and apples.  I loved hearing my teens ‘ mmmm….. smells pie’ […]

Easy Garden Fresh Quiche Recipe

Super Easy Quiche Recipe It’s Autumn and I feel like baking… how about you?  Today I’m sharing my garden fresh Quiche Recipe with you all.  I couldn’t find the original recipe so I grabbed my ipad and started recording a recipe from memory.  In under and hour my family and I got to enjoy a cheese yum egg treat […]

Pork Zen-Sational Veggies on #FennelFriday

Grilled Pork and Sweet Veggies I’ve made this pork grilled with favorite homemade sweet sauce and veggies recipe a billion times but today it is extra special because it is a part of the #FennelFriday Club. This time around I adding a new spice to this Pork loin sirloin cutlets I love to lather in a super simple homemade sauce. Be sure to follow #FennelFriday on Twitter for more great recipes for visit the website at Fennel Friday.

Make It Spicy Veggie Kabobs

20130417-225439.jpg Making it spicy this week with my favorite veggies and Fat Cat Foods. This recipe is super easy and will make everyone at the dinner table happy. It’s super important to have a spicy sauce with flavor and not over powered by heat. I was lucky enough to receive six samples thanks to my foodie […]

It’s Not Spring Without Betty

salad_box Betty Salad became a family tradition shortly after I got married almost 20 years ago when my mother in law shared with me how easy it was to make the dressing from scratch.  We use to have brunch up at The French Quarters after church from time to time and this salad was always on […]