Tag Archives: vegetables

No Comments Cabbage and Potato Gratin My friend Theresa is a really good cook. She’s ‘by the book’ and has an eye for a good recipe. I can be somewhat haphazard in my cooking. For instance, if I am missing an ingredient that I consider ‘optional,’... Read MoreThursday, 30 March 2017 - Posted by
No Comments Roasted Beet Quarters with Mustardy Crumbles Summer time. Baby beets. Or big beets cut. The topping on these beets is the key to this recipe and you’ll think of other things to sprinkle them on. They’re unusual and delicious.... Read MoreSaturday, 02 July 2016 - Posted by
No Comments Crispy Peanut Tofu and Cauliflower Rice, Stir-fry Lily has been coming over to make jam. We’ve been making strawberry and apricot jam for weeks. Cleaning, macerating, cooking, jarring, giving away. I haven’t been feeding Lily – just forced child labor ☺. I decided I could do better.... Read MoreMonday, 06 June 2016 - Posted by
No Comments Best Beets Who thought this up? Roasted beets, smashed then browned, served with yogurt and herbs. Amazingly delicious.... Read MoreMonday, 06 June 2016 - Posted by
No Comments Cauliflower Soup Cauliflower. Caul-i-flower. It does look like a flower. A white-ish or purple or green or yellow bulby flower. Edible. There was one in the refrigerator and I felt like soup and I had been mining for recipes the day before... Read MoreFriday, 11 March 2016 - Posted by
No Comments Chicken Pot Pie You have to be a masochist to make a chicken pot pie. Honestly. It is such a pain in the butt – so time consuming – exhausting in fact. And although homemade pot-pies are delicious – so are Mrs. Swanson’s... Read MoreMonday, 31 March 2014 - Posted by
No Comments Red Curry Vegetable Soup It was chilly and threatening rain. I needed soup. Vegetable soup. But I wanted something different. I came across this recipe in the January/February 2014 edition of Vegetarian times. My favorite magazine. It was pretty good – worth eating on... Read MoreWednesday, 19 March 2014 - Posted by
No Comments For A Prosperous Year Filled With Luck! My last Post was about the Southern States’ New Years Day tradition of Hoppin John, Greens, and Corn bread. The black-eyed peas in the Hoppin’ John represent the coins. The green color of the green represents the color of dollar... Read MoreThursday, 02 January 2014 - Posted by
No Comments Broiled Eggplant on Another Friday Night Eggplant is really one of my all time favorite foods. Any excuse to make eggplant something and in summertime we can pick them right off of the vine here in our garden – thanks to Ed Lynch! Our friend Victoria... Read MoreWednesday, 31 July 2013 - Posted by
No Comments Gingin’s Pre-Wedding Girlfriend Party With a Lovely Beet Salad I haven’t written about Virginia Ripley yet. Our beloved Gingin. Family but not by blood. By love and affinity. We absolutely could not live without her in our lives. I met Virginia when Alex was a month or so old.... Read MoreThursday, 18 July 2013 - Posted by