Food for a Year:

Food for a Year:

"It's going to be a great year!"

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Giant Breakfast Cookies

Giant Breakfast Cookies

Whew – we’ve hit the dogs days of summer here in Oklahoma. With “low” 100’s in the forecast, 2-a-day football practices filling our weeks and the official 2018-19 school supply lists taped to the fridge – ‘dog days’ seems to hit the nail on the […]

Devil’s Pool Granola ((A Big Cedar Recipe))

Devil’s Pool Granola ((A Big Cedar Recipe))

I am so excited to share the recipe for the best granola I have ever tasted. Last August, the family & I traveled to Branson for a fun “last hoorah” before the start of the school year. While there, Big Cedar breakfast was one of […]

Winter 2018-2019 Kid’s Cooking Classes Session 2

Winter 2018-2019 Kid’s Cooking Classes Session 2

 

Winter 2018-19 Session 2  is up! All classes include hands-on instruction, taste-testing, basic skills (including proper food handling, hygiene, substitution, doubling/halving etc) and how to make the recipe your own.

All classes are held in Norman 9:30-11:30 EXCEPT 1/3 + 1/4 which are 10-12.

$45 per student per class.

I accept EPIC funds.

Email emily@foodforayear.com to reserve your space!

Turkey Taco Soup — the PERFECT place to put all those leftovers!

Turkey Taco Soup — the PERFECT place to put all those leftovers!

Well, Thanksgiving 2018 is in the books — can yo believe it?! I’ve been rather quiet on my blog while giving attention to running my growing small business.

Winter 2018 Cooking Class Schedule – Session 1

Winter 2018 Cooking Class Schedule – Session 1

Winter 2018 Session 1 is open for sign-up! Classes are ::

Fall 2018 Kid’s Cooking Classes (session 2)

Fall 2018 Kid’s Cooking Classes (session 2)

Our second session of Fall cooking classes are on the calendar! (more…)

Feta + Cream Cheese Dip w/ Red Onion (Lopez Island Dip)

Feta + Cream Cheese Dip w/ Red Onion (Lopez Island Dip)

Well, if you’ve been following me on Insta, then you know I was recently on the San Juan Islands in the PNW. We’ve been visiting these islands for several years and every year I try to see something new. This summer, we hiked several new […]

Fall 2018 Cooking Class Schedule

Fall 2018 Cooking Class Schedule

Here’s my fall cooking class schedule for homeschoolers!

Oven-Roasted Honey BBQ Chicken Wings

Oven-Roasted Honey BBQ Chicken Wings

 

Oven-Roasted wings are easily one of the herd’s all-time favorite foods. I’ve made over a dozen different wing recipes over the years but their most requested is Honey BBQ Wings. I love making oven-roasted wings because they are so easy and even easier to clean up! (more…)

Creamy ((KETO)) Chicken with Blistered Tomatoes & Bacon

Creamy ((KETO)) Chicken with Blistered Tomatoes & Bacon

Hubby & I have gone low-carb for the Summer. We’re actually doing KETO. I’ve heard lot’s of pluses for KETO but was pretty much scared at the thought. However, we’re about a month in and I feel like I’ve gotten into a groove. I am […]

Cheesecake Stuffed Banana Bread

Cheesecake Stuffed Banana Bread

Can you relate to my banana dilemma? Seems like I so much as bring them home that they start getting speckled. Within hours of spotting the first speckle the kids consider them overripe and they won’t touch them “with a 10-foot pole” (as my mom […]

Turkish Delight Cake

Turkish Delight Cake

Thanks to a recent Chronicles of Narnia themed school party (and signing up to bring a dessert), I was inspired to create this “Turkish Delight Cake”. But I can’t take all of the creative credit – here’s how it went down:  (more…)

Mediterranean Breakfast Bread Pudding

Mediterranean Breakfast Bread Pudding

It’s time to mix it up a little! Here’s a twist of my tried and true “Big Country Breakfast Bread Pudding“. Sun-dried tomatoes, feta and fresh spinach help to make this a totally different dish that’s sure to become your new favorite for brunches, breakfasts […]


My Diary

Pacific Northwest Blueberry Brownies

Pacific Northwest Blueberry Brownies

On the way to the Anacortes Ferry there is the most delightful outdoor market. I first discovered this market on our trip to Orcas Island 2 years ago. On that trip, I loaded up on fresh, sweet corn, herb bundles as big as my head, tomatoes, carrots, several types of fruit and two flats of blueberries. The blueberries were my most treasured purchase – one taste and my entire perception of that little blue fruit was forever changed. Unfortunately, blueberries ended up being the only item I cooked with while on that trip. (more…)


 
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