Monthly Archives: August 2012
Because of Bob, my family has spent more time this summer enjoying warm breezes in the shade… Because of Bob, the television has been on less in the evenings and one by one family members wander in the general … Continue reading
This family favorite is incredibly easy to make for a quick dinner as well as large family gatherings. The technique is simple and can easily be used with other fresh vegetables such as spring asparagus and peas. After I wash, trim, … Continue reading
Rice tortillas become a sensible addition to a “no-wheat” diet, but as good as the idea sounds, “What do you really do with them?” They don’t roll up like conventional tortillas and they break easily. We found the solution in … Continue reading
The need to make dill pickles became apparent after reading labels. They all contain ingredients Anna can not have, the primary one being sugar. With a few simple modifications dill pickles are available to her once again. 2 quarts … Continue reading
Ten months have passed since Anna even tasted jam. Making it for her has been a challenge on two fronts: jam needs pectin to set up properly which is primarily derived from apple, and cane sugar is the typical sweetener … Continue reading
This cake has a pleasant chocolate flavor that is reminiscent of a “light brownie.” Milk, nuts, and oil can easily be modified for individual preference. I make it with wheat when I want a wonderful brownie-like cake. Great recipe! … Continue reading
The hydrangeas are putting on a spectacular summer show. From now til fall, they display an ever changing parade of colors. White turning to a multi-shade coral, vivid pink becoming a deep burgandy, bright green fading to a lighter shade … Continue reading
With the marvelous bounty of berries currently making their way into our kitchen and ultimately the freezer, Anna had a craving for berry lemonade. With her help we quickly put this together, and it certainly hit the spot. Let this … Continue reading
Holidays are where the heart is. They can happen as a planned event, such as Christmas or Easter, or as a spontaneous celebration of life and family… I look forward to sharing holidays my family enjoys together.
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