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Here is the final installment of the celebration of my Grandmother’s life. She passed away yesterday at the age of 101. The following article includes information on German Sausage, where to get it and a recipe. (Which I have yet to try). I have also included my Grandmother’s personal recipe for summer sausage. I hope…Read more »
Before we get to the main blog article, I wanted to share my latest purchase with you. My antique waffle iron, circa 1900. Have a look! It is in really good condition. I have seasoned it and tried using it once, which was an utter failure. The waffles stuck to the inside, so much…Read more »
In the recipes below I have a few “bread” recipes, some veggie recipes and protein recipes: a few beef, a few chicken and a few fish. No more steamed broccoli and baked chicken, although that’s okay once in a while! I hope these recipes spark your imagination, because eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring!
As it is icy, snowy and bone chilling cold in most parts of the USA, I thought I’d repost this short list of recipes to help keep you warm! ENJOY! After a long weekend off with my family, I am back to writing my blog. AND, As I write this, the east coast is blanketed with…Read more »
Hello all! 1 year ago today I posted one of my first recipes. Here it is… ENJOY!! I recently discussed the health benefits of purple sweet potatoes in the blog: Purple sweet potato pie bar recipe | Well+Good I put this as together another option for adding this tremendous vegetable to your diet. Ingredients: Recipe…Read more »
You first see the title and think “Well, how hard can that be?” But there’s an extra step (or 2) that I’ll bet you miss. Have a look!
This Thankful Thursday article comes to us from Chef Gustavo Pasquini, author of the blog International Recipes. I am posting this article with the uncertainty as to the activity of this blog, since the most recent article I can find is from October, 2016, with a testimonial posted in January, 2017. With that said, I…Read more »
Earlier today, we talked about how to stay healthy at work. What happens after a long stressful day? Many people feel too tired to cook and end up ordering take out or stopping for fast food. ‘They don’t realize just how quickly you can fix a healthy and tasty whole food meal. Just to show…Read more »
UPDATE: (4/29/17) This bread recipe does contain millet. The proteins in millet are very similar to corn. If you have a corn allergy, you will want to substitute the millet with something else. I did a bit of research and found that Quinoa Flour would be a great alternative, and a healthier one. Today for…Read more »