Cooking With Grandma Far-Away

Artichokes

Today’s food story is provided by Deborah Tomasetti Perham of A Lifetime Legacy. Being a personal/family historian, Deb is acutely aware of how food is tied to culture and relationships so she was gracious enough to provide a great food story and recipe from her own personal archives. While attending the Association of Personal Historians […]

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What’s Your Food Story?

May 18: National Cheese Soufflé Day

Happy National Cheese Soufflé Day … Food is such an important part of our lives. The relationship we have with food penetrates every aspect of our society today from our own family traditions, to nutrition, to culture, to personal taste and to our own health. With this in mind, Food Stories is happy to extend […]

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New Food Photos Posted – January Week 3

Coffee and Camera - Food Photo Contest

It’s a food holiday palooza! Happy National Buttercrunch Day, Cheese Lover’s Day, National Granola Bar Day & National Coffee Break Day! Since it’s the weekend, it’s that time again. Time to update our Monthly Food Photo Contest. Each weekend, I like to feature the newest submissions that have posted and provide an update as to the […]

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Food Story: Danny & Stuffed Portobello Mushroom Caps

Portobello Mushroom - Food Stories Blog

In celebration of National Mushroom Month, Today we have a great food story from one of my newest foodie friends … Danny from Danny’s Kitchen. I remember this moment as if it were yesterday. My brother and I were starving. It had been a long day of sightseeing and we had just pulled up to […]

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Low Carb Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Low Carb Cauliflower Crust Pizza - Food Stories Blog

Happy National Cheese Pizza Day! I realize that I’m not posting cheese pizza but how can I NOT blog about pizza on a pizza food holiday, right? Let me just start out by apologizing for the quality of these pictures. Honestly, I took these pictures months ago and fully intended to re-shoot; however, today’s food holiday […]

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Zucchini Tomato Casserole

Zucchini Tomato Casserole

Happy National Zucchini Day & National Frozen Custard Day! What a great day, huh! I love, love, love zucchini. It is so versatile and naturally low in carbs which is great for people like me. Unfortunately, I don’t have a recipe for you today. I wish I did because this casserole was amazing. Let me […]

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No Fuss Cheese Souffle

May 18: National Cheese Soufflé Day

May 18th is always No Dirty Dishes Day, International Museum Day, Turn Beauty Inside Out Day, Visit Your Relatives Day, National Bike to Work Day and … stop the presses … National Cheese Souffle Day. Now, I have to admit that I never intended to make a souffle as they have a reputation for being […]

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Sandwich Bites with Sweet Mustard Sauce & Blog Love, Part 2

Sandwich Bites with Sweet Mustard Sauce

Recently, I posted my World Famous Sandwich Skewers for your viewing pleasure. Okay, maybe not world famous but I love them. I thought I might show you that I don’t always eat these on skewers. Sometimes, I make a sweet mustard sauce and dip them … Yum. For the mustard sauce, all I do is […]

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Mini Bean & Cheese Empanadas

Mini Bean & Cheese Empanadas with Diet Coke

In honor of Have a Coke Day and National Empanada Day, I bring you Mini Bean & Cheese Empanadas to be washed down with an icy cold Diet Coke. When I was reviewing the list of food holidays for May, I truly had no intentions of making empanadas; however, fate works out the way it […]

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Pigs-In-A-Blanket

Pigs in a Blanket

The American Farm Bureau Foundation’s Dates to Celebrate Agriculture recognizes every 24th of April as National Pigs-In-A-Blanket Day. In the United States, the term “pigs in a blanket” often refers to hot dogs, Vienna sausages, or breakfast/link sausages wrapped in biscuit dough, pancake, or croissant dough, and baked (Wikipedia). In my family, my mom made […]

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Sandwich Skewers

Sandwich Skewers

If you’ve read my about page, you know that I’m a diabetic and I’ve had bariatric surgery. Because of this, I try to balance a low carb diet with whole, natural, unprocessed food and a smidgen of sugar replacers, when necessary. These sandwich skewers are perfect because they’re easy, portable, low carb and real food. When […]

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Cheese Ball Day

National Cheeseball Day

Cheese is probably my favorite food and I’m constantly searching for ways to have it. Lucky for me, it’s National Cheese Ball Day! What a great excuse to try a new recipe and eat some fabulous cheese. As many of you, I’ve had cheese ball’s at events and it truly is the “go to” item […]

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Basic Breakfast Casserole

Basic Breakfast Casserole

I love a good, basic casserole with few steps and even fewer ingredients. This most certainly fits the bill. With only four ingredients plus a few spices you can have this simple, uncomplicated casserole on your plate in less than an hour. PrintBasic Breakfast Casserole Ingredients1/2 lb turkey sausage 4 ounces shredded cheese (1 cup) […]

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Cheese Fondue Day

Fondue

April 11th is National Cheese Fondue Day. With cheese being my most favorite food on the planet, this is my kind of holiday! Fondue gets its name from the French verb fondre which means “to melt”. Most cheese experts agree that fondue has its origins high in the mountains of Switzerland where cow herders melted […]

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