Recipes and lessons that we learned from our moms.
Oh Baby, quiche and cream scones
May 11th, 2013RecipesDebbie Williams 0 Comments

Oh baby, oh baby, oh baby! What is better than a new baby? Babies are the hope and delight of our future. What a joy to shower an expectant mother with love, best wishes, and gifts. Mary is my niece, and this shower was in expectation of her first born baby. Yes, I said baby, […]

Dad’s favorite recipes
June 13th, 2012RecipesDebbie Williams 3 Comments

          As Father’s Day approaches this week, I can’t help but think about my dad. Especially now, this will be my first Father’s Day since his passing just two months ago. Not only will it be Father’s Day, but, it would have been his 87th birthday. My dad was the “Jack” […]

Easter Brunch
April 6th, 2012RecipesDebbie Williams 0 Comments

Matthew 28:1-10 After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to look at the tomb. There was a violent earthquake, for an angel of the Lord came down from heaven and, going to the tomb, rolled back the stone and sat on it. His […]

The perfect birthday cake
February 12th, 2012RecipesDebbie Williams 2 Comments

Recipes can be for more than just food, although, food is always important for any party. This past week we celebrated my 2nd granddaughter’s 1st birthday and here is the recipe for not only one of the best birthday cakes ever, but, the ingredients for an all around pretty pink party! First and most important […]

Chinese Chicken Salad, Old & New
July 6th, 2011RecipesDebbie Williams 2 Comments

Though I am a California girl, I grew up in a small rural town, not on the trendy West Coast of California, therefore, I was not exposed early to fine or fashionable foods. It was pretty much down home cooking at our house. It is interesting how the preparation of food has changed over the […]

Recipe for a May Day Wedding
May 13th, 2011RecipesDebbie Williams 0 Comments

It takes great ingredients to make a great recipe.  The same is true of any celebration, it takes planning and attention to detail to make it tasteful and successful.  It is so satisfying to see your guests enjoy a great meal and the same is true when you know your guests have enjoyed your celebration. Not […]

Savory Sweet and Sour Chicken
March 15th, 2011RecipesDebbie Williams 1 Comments

This recipe is a three generation recipe.  I learned the basics from my mom, made a few changes, and now, my daughter, Christa, has added the orange zest and red pepper flakes for extra flavor.  It just keeps getting better and better. Sweet & Sour Sauce Recipe 1/2 Cup Water 1/2 Cup Rice Wine Vinegar […]

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