I certainly love lentil soup. I’ve refrained from posting too many lentil recipes on here, because I’m afraid it could get out of hand. This one is worth posting, though. It’s simple to make with very few ingredients, but still full of flavor. Maybe you’ll consider it for Easter this year, which is right around [...]
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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.
There is one thing and one thing only that inspired the following soup recipe – cold weather. Really cold weather. In fact, just saying it was cold this week in Kansas City does not even begin to explain the severity of the situation. School was even canceled due to the frigid cold temperatures. So, as [...]
I apologize for the technical difficulties earlier this week. If you didn’t notice the website was down for a few days. Everything has been restored. During the month of November, Tonya and I are volunteering for an after school program at Frank Rushton Elementary School in Kansas City, KS. We are teaching weekly cooking classes [...]
Over the past month I have talked a lot of freezing produce. That’s because there is a lot to talk about! There are several distinct areas to cover: (1) how to freeze single items, (2) how to freeze combinations of things, such as sauces and condiments, (3) how to use your frozen food. The last [...]
Last week I vowed to post a school lunch recipe or idea every week and I intend to follow through with that. I’m hoping by making such a bold promise to my readers that I will be forced to keep my son’s lunches interesting, thereby increasing my chances of success. It will also get me [...]
Have you ever made grilled pizza? If not, it’s a must. Especially with the July 4th holiday coming up. It’s so easy and so delicious and I guarantee that everyone will forget that they came to watch fireworks once they sink their teeth into chewy, cheesy pizza. We did this last week in a cooking class with the IMX=Pilates group [...]
I am sure I could have came up with a more clever title than “Mexican Fiesta”, as it does not at all begin to describe the food Tonya and I made last night for our monthly class with the IMX=Pilates group. We’re not talking about the fat-laden, Americanized version of Mexican cuisine that is covered [...]
Posted in Appetizer, Breakfast, Cakes and Cupcakes, Condiment, Dairy-Free, Desserts, Door to Door Organics, Gluten-Free, Main Dishes, Meat, Raw, Salad, Vegetables, Vegetarian, Whole Grain on Apr 5th, 2010
The flurry of Easter activities have finally began to wind down and I have a moment of peace to finish up my post! This was a very busy week! And a creative week, I might add. I really did not intend for this post to be so long, but I used my produce in such interesting [...]
Our Bible study group held a Passover Seder dinner last night, in lieu of our normal reading/discussion. We have been meeting for the past eight months now, every Tuesday evening, and are dangerously close to making it through the entire New and Old Testaments. We have talked in great length about the Exile and the Last [...]