Once I made a very tasty creamed cauliflower soup with nutmeg and swore that I would make it again and again. However, I never did make it again…. Read More »
We are having a heat wave in Seattle. It’s unlike any June I’ve ever lived through. We have a joke “Jun-uary” because June is usually cold like January. We also have a saying that summer starts on July 5th, because it often rains the weekend of the 4th. This year it’s different.
“Do I see bacon? If so, you should include that in the title; bacon sells everything.”—a loyal fan/one of my best friends. I harvested all of the kale… Read More »
Well, it’s time to use up my frozen veggies from last year’s garden because this Winter was warm and short and our garden is starting to give us… Read More »
This soup has some cool textures going on. It’s part puree and part chewy chunks. I made it that way on purpose. I made this up from what… Read More »
People often ask me what to do with cabbage. It’s sort of a boring vegetable that most of us don’t keep on hand like we do with carrots… Read More »
Sometimes it’s just so much easier to buy a package and have dinner halfway made before you even get home from the grocery store. But in this case,… Read More »
This is a simple zucchini recipe. My mom made it for us last month and I loved it. I don’t know where the recipe originates from. But if… Read More »
This recipe was given to me by my mom. She fed it to my family once last summer and we loved it! It’s a great way to use… Read More »
Move over lettuce, you are no longer the star of the show!