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Clean Beans

In Dinners, Kid-Friendly On June 10, 2013 1 Comment

Dry Beans are the cheapest and cleanest way to eat beans. You can buy dry beans in bulk sections of grocers or in packaged  bags on the grocer’s… Read More »

Tofu Waffles

In Breakfast, Dinners, Kid-Friendly On May 9, 2013 0 Comments

A recipe from my youth.

Fried Gretchka

In Dinners On May 5, 2013 3 Comments

BuckwheatGroats, also known as Kasha, also known as Gretchka, are a grain like plant that makes a good porridge or savory side dish. It has roots dating 1,000… Read More »

Tofu meatless balls

In Dinners On April 22, 2013 0 Comments

I refuse to become a short order cook, I will prevail.

SouthWest Chicken meatloaf

In Dinners, Kid-Friendly On April 11, 2013 0 Comments

Best. Meatloaf. Ever. Well I thought so, anyway. This blended some of my favorite flavors. Cumin, Coriander (Cilantro’s seed), cheese, corn, chicken. I made this up in order… Read More »

Ricotta and Pasta, plus “eating green every day”

In Dinners, Kid-Friendly On March 28, 2013 3 Comments

I have decided that my family is going to embark on a challenge of eating one green vegetable and one “other” vegetable at every dinner. We already eat… Read More »

Apple Beet Carrot Salad

In Dinners, Gardening, Kid-Friendly, Snacks On March 21, 2013 0 Comments

What I love most about this salad is the color! I adore this combination of colors. So bright, fun, beautiful, and natural. My camera doesn’t quite capture the… Read More »

Lemon Asparagus Garlic Soup

In Dinners On March 17, 2013 0 Comments

Asparagus Season is now. March and April are the best months to buy and eat fresh asparagus…in the Northern Hemisphere anyway. Asparagus is so good for you, but… Read More »

Oven Roasted Beets

In Dinners On March 8, 2013 2 Comments

If you don’t like beets, give roasted ones a try.

Curried Chicken and Apple salad

In Dinners, Snacks On March 3, 2013 0 Comments

I prepare every meal for my family of 3, every day. Packing lunch boxes with dinner leftovers does get boring sometimes and reheating soups and casseroles is a… Read More »