Making granola in the oven is super easy, but making it in a skillet is super fast. So it wins in my book. I’m always looking for quick recipes I can make on a weekday morning for breakfast or to throw in a lunch box and this has become my new “go to”. I”ll put [...]
Category Archive for 'Breakfast'
Ricotta cheese is something I’ve never been a huge fan of. That is until I started making my own. If you can boil milk then you can make cheese. No special ingredients, such as rennet, required.
It’s that time of year again when everything is bursting into a thousand different shades of green after a long and cold (and brown) winter. Everything including those pesky dandelion weeds. Most gardners and lawn enthusiasts detest those little suckers, but before you start spraying your yard with chemicals to get rid of them why [...]
Hi. I have not fallen off the face of the planet. I have been spending every spare minute working on the E-Book I was telling you about last week and am just putting the finishing touches on it. It will include 11 delicious Tanzanian-inspired recipes with color photos and it will be available for download [...]
The only thing that even comes close to being as good as a dinner party with good friends on a Saturday night is remaking leftovers on a laid back Sunday with another great friend. And 70 degree sun-shining weather in March. That’s pretty fantastic, too. My chives are enjoying it.
I love a good muffin for breakfast. Topped with almond butter and a cup of coffee and I’m happy. Recently I shared my favorite all-purpose gluten-free flour mix and asked what you would make with it. I decided not only would I send three people some of my flour, but I would also post a [...]
First and foremost, I want to give a very sincere “THANK YOU” to everyone who has left comments here and on Facebook with words of support and encouragement after the recent trademark debacle. My cup runneth over.♥
So many people these days are going gluten-free. That is avoiding a protein found in wheat, barley, rye, malt and triticale. I, myself, am closet gluten-free depending on what day it is, of course, and choose to use lower gluten grains, like Kamut, spelt and farro, the rest of the time. I’ve played around with [...]
I’m hopeful that everyone not only survived Christmas, but also had a pleasant and safe holiday. I did. I fulfilled my Eat Local for the Holidays pledge by serving a brunch made almost entirely of local ingredients: Scrambled eggs from a nearby relative with Parker Farms Italian sausage and Good Natured Family Farms Cheddar Cheese; [...]
I have a tasty Bible lesson for you this Sunday evening. Last week I received an email from my pastor, Laura Guy, asking if I had come across anything interesting about manna. She knows that I enjoy reading books about nutrition in the Bible. “And”, she said, “if I wanted to bring something to church [...]