Doesn’t that look good?? Just moments before I saw Heidi’s post on 101cookbooks.com for Golden Lentil Potstickers, I had every intention of working like a mad women on my impossibly long “to-do” list. Suddenly my “to-do” list got re-prioritized (fresh pasta was on that list somewhere, wasn’t it??).
Category Archive for 'Appetizer'
I threw this recipe together for my mom’s birthday party and everyone raved about it so I promised to share the recipe. That was two weeks ago. At the time I made it my fridge was full of vegetables that I needed to use up and since I fell victim to my own overcommitting nature [...]
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.
Today is another action day brought to you by the fine members of the Take Back Urban Homestead-ing(s) page on Facebook. What do you do at your homestead? What does homesteading mean to you? Maybe you don’t have the same answers to those questions as some people who think they define the terms “urban homestead” [...]
Last week I brought my sweet potato hummus to BADSEED Farmer’s Market to share with the vendors and customers in celebration of the last winter market of the season. I promised Stan Biggs of Bigg Blue Farm in Mosby, MO, that I would share the recipe with them so they can add it to their [...]
In the spirit of the Superbowl (and since every other blogger on the planet is doing this right now), here is a roundup of some of my favorite party food. And a few other great ideas from other blogs thrown in, as well. I have to confess that I do not pay attention to sports, [...]
Since Thanksgiving is just one day away, I thought I would share some of my favorite festive recipes. You know, just in case you are still wondering what to grace your table with. I will be making a Cranberry Apple Cake from Barefoot Contessa How Easy Is That?: Fabulous Recipes & Easy Tips.
After reading this post you will see there is no reason to ever buy cream cheese again. And after tasting homemade cream cheese you will forget that store bought is even an option. True, it’s not as “convenient” as buying it, but what are you really buying? Read the ingredients and you’ll see what you [...]
I talk about Parker Farms all of the time – on this blog, in cooking classes I teach, and in life. Why? Because they do things right. If you need any convincing of that, <start plug here> please come to our screening of the movie Fresh this Thursday at 7 p.m. at Living Water Christian [...]
This month’s class at IMX=Pilates in Parkville was simply “Asian”. That was the request. I never know what that really means to people. It’s like saying something is “healthy”. Everyone has their own idea of what is “healthy” just like everyone has their own idea of what Asian cuisine is.