Breakfast

Butter coffee latte

Butter coffee latte

Adding butter to coffee might seem a little strange if you haven’t done it before, but it was seriously life-changing for me! It keeps hunger at bay, boosts energy, and is frothy like a latte. The addition of vanilla almond milk in this recipe makes it even more like a […]

 
ALMONDS FLOUR PANCAKES

ALMONDS FLOUR PANCAKES

I’ve made a copious amount of low carb pancakes over the years but keep coming back to these almond flour pancakes more than any other recipe. They are now synonymous with lazy weekend mornings spent with my family! And they taste so good, they’re just the thing to win over […]

 
Scotch Pie

Scotch Pie

The scotch pie is a traditional dish from Scotland which has been eaten there for more than 500 years ago. It’s usually filled with mutton meat but in the US, other meats such as lamb or beef are used. It was probably brought to American kitchens at the end of […]

 
Old-Fashioned Ham Salad

Old-Fashioned Ham Salad

Here is another delicious way to use up leftover ham. I used to make pineapple and ham sandwiches before, but this is my other favorite way to use leftover ham: for a wholesome salad. Enjoy it with some crackers and slices of cheese (preferably Swiss). Yield 2¾ cups | Prep. […]

 
Monte Cristo Sandwich

Monte Cristo Sandwich

Who doesn’t love this ham, and cheese sandwich dipped in an egg mixture and fried for a luxurious lunch or brunch? We find the Monte Crisco sandwich recipe in numerous American cookbook as far back as the 1930s. It was often called the French Toasted Ham and Cheese sandwich. Serves […]

 
1960s Maple-Glazed Baked Ham

1960s Maple-Glazed Baked Ham

The mouthwatering combination of ham and maple makes this 1960s vintage recipe a party favorite. It’s party time with your favorite boneless ham with a yummy maple twist! Serves 18–20 | Prep and Resting time 30 minutes | Cooking time 3 hours 20 minutes Ingredients ¾ cup light-brown sugar, firmly […]

 
Aunt Maddie’s Cream of Tomato Soup

Aunt Maddie’s Cream of Tomato Soup

This “secret” recipe is from my aunt Maddie who got it from her granny. She would always say this recipe is 90 years old, and it’s simply the best! Served with a grilled cheese, it’s a perfect match! This vintage recipe has few ingredients, but believe it or not, baking […]

 
Danish Split Pea Soup

Danish Split Pea Soup

Pea Soup Andersen’s opened its doors to the public. Run by a Danish immigrant family with a great marketing plan, the cafe grew into a popular chain serving over 100,000 bowls of soup every year. The business closed briefly during World War II but quickly resumed its growth afterward. In […]