Author: Dee Dee Eberle

Greetings! I'm Dee Dee. Nonprofit escapee, military spouse, home cook, and purveyor of tasty goodness. My Midlife Kitchen is where I cook, blog, and give my not-so-humble opinions on topics big and small. Join me for a peek inside My Midlife Kitchen!

It’s a Pumpkin-Spiced World

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All Hail Fall Foods! Fall Food Round-Up

Fall is, hands down, my FAVORITE time of year.  The crunchy leaves. The crisp weather. The clothes. Oh, and the FOOD.  Comfort food starts showing...

Orzo-Stuffed Acorn Squash

Tired of the regular old side dishes this time of year? Head to the local farmers’ market or produce section and grab a beautiful acorn...

Overnight French Onion Soup

Love French Onion Soup, but hate how long it takes to make? Well get out that slow cooker and let it do the hard part...

Garlic Roasted Pumpkin Hummus — Wildtree Wednesday

Hummus is a favorite snack around my house.  Healthy, rich, and flavorful, it’s hard to pass up. In this version, flavors of Roasted Pumpkin &...

Simple Chipotle Lime Couscous Salad — Pantry Raid

Sometimes, you just need something simple and flavorful on the table. Deep & bright flavors make this pantry dish a hit.  This Simple Chipotle Lime...

No-Bake Chocolate Truffle Love Bites

Love chocolate?  Love your mate?  Your kiddos?  Even your co-workers? Give them a taste of these rich, easy and festive Chocolate Truffle Love Bites to...

Game Time Slow Cooker Chili — Wildtree Wednesday

Game Day calls for Game Time food, and nothing says that better than Slow Cooker Chili!  While there are times and places for fancy, spicy...

Comforting Beef with Red Wine & Mushroom Sauce

Cold weather is the name of the game this time of year.  And that means comforting braised dishes are staples in kitchens near and far. ...

Chai-Spiced Party Mix

Party snacks and sweet treats are an inevitable part of the holiday season.  But when you change it up with some holiday spices like Chai...