My friend Heather gave me a jar of bread and butter pickles her Mom made. I just had a couple. So good! Tangy, sweet, sour, spicy. I could eat the entire jar. Thanks Heather! 🙂
Source Okra probably originated in West Africa and came to the Americas with the slaves. Okra pods should be harvested when they are young and tender. If okra is hard to cut with a sharp knife, it’s too tough for cooking. I’m just learning the part about toughness. I bought some okra at the […]
Source When I make something from my cookbooks, I try to make add a notation on the recipe page. I might write things to change for next time, tips, whether people liked it or not, whether this is a winner, or a never to make again. Who knows, these cookbooks may become my granddaughters or […]
Source My husband’s favorite starch is rice. We eat brown rice. I like it too and I am avoiding wheat so rice is a good substitute. Rice can be eaten with breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, whatever. It’s just a good staple to have around. breakfast: brown rice with raisins, pecans, and milk (think rice pudding) […]
This was delicious! Only 6 ingredients: carrots, thyme, chicken stock, cream, honey and a mini dash of salt. Please find recipe here.
Source I cook a lot of meat in my house but I know some of you (like my sister-in-law) are interested in vegetarian recipes. You can find 50 vegetarian recipes here!
Source I grew up eating Salmon croquettes. What is a croquette you might ask. A croquette is a small breadcrumbed roll or patty made of ground meat, fish, mashed potatoes. Apparently they are often served with a bechamel or brown sauce but I never do that. Mine are sans sauce. 🙂 My Mom used to […]
Source Cooking for men involves lots of meat. The end. 🙂