It's #SundaySupper time again and this week our theme is Helping Hands. Each participating food blogger is sharing a recipe for something that can be made to give to someone who might be going through a rough time...for whatever reason.
I've had times when someone has surprised my family and I with a casserole or some bread. These kind gestures have always meant a lot to us and made us feel like someone truly cared.
Because I know how good it feels to be given a meal or baked goods like
I remember having quick breads as a child - like pumpkin bread and zucchini bread - and thinking they were the greatest thing in the world. I thought it was cool that it was called "bread" but it was like a dessert.
I recently made a new pumpkin bread recipe that I've enjoyed so much that I just had to share it with all of you. It's our favorite pumpkin bread recipe - I love the flavor and how incredibly moist it is.
Get the recipe here: Easy Pumpkin Bread Recipe
It's a perfect pumpkin
If you enjoy cooking, then you probably enjoy giving food gifts to friend and family. Christmas time is the main time I give food gifts. I bake ever year and have piles of goodies to give away to family and friends who live nearby. This wasn't a tradition that my family had, but rather something I learned from my grandmother-in-law and my mother-in-law.
One of my favorite inexpensive "go to" dinners is Grilled Cheese and Soup, particularly in the winter. I know many people have this as a common lunch, but I first married, there wasn't hardly a month that we didn't plan at least one dinner of Grilled Cheese and Soup. It was a cheap comfort food, and one of the meals I could surely make well.
Anytime that we have a dinner like Grilled Cheese and Soup, it means that I am making them for several people at once. I do come from a big family, so I