Take advantage of this handy grain-cooking reference! Designed for gluten-free grains, dry and soaked. When I search for something online and can’t find it, that usually means it’s probably worth taking the time to create, for my own use and yours! You know I’m always eager to make gluten-free recipes easy as possible. Well, I’ve…Read More
Some people get a little intimidated about dealing with winter squash. There is an immense variety, they tend to have tough skins and the flesh can be hard to cut up. I remember my mom would take a Blue Hubbard squash to the top of a ladder and drop it on our concrete basement floor…Read More
Polenta is one of those recipes (kind of like risotto) that, if prepared in the traditional way, requires you to be chained to the stovetop during the duration of the cooking process, stirring regularly so it doesn’t stick on. As nice as the finished product can be, I’m just not interested in such a time-intensive…Read More
Kale has become all the rage the past couple of years. I like kale and have a few ways I like to use it, but, for the most part, I find it quite tough. This kale salad recipe features the perfect way to naturally tenderize kale. The citrus juices and “kneading” of the salad all…Read More
My second guest post at Day2DayJoys features some healthy BBQ recipes plus a general discussion of how to handle social occasions with new healthy dietary habits. Though we might be tempted to avoid situations where our food choices might come under scrutiny I encourage readers to have a more healthy approach to these gatherings. I…Read More
Certain ingredients can be added to cooking beans to improve their digestibility and nutritional content. Over the years I’ve added each of these herb, spices and other ingredients individually to each batch I make. Recently it occurred that I should make up a bulk batch and simply add a tablespoon of the mixture to each…Read More
I’ve been working for a few months on a new cheese recipe I’m really excited about. I’ve also been working on recipes that use the cheese recipe- like a chili cheese dip that is reminiscent of the horribly unhealthy version my husband and I would make on movie night when we were first married. We’d…Read More
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