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Category Archives: Recipes
Everyone has a favorite recipe that has pages of ingredients and takes hours to prepare. They are a labor of love. They invoke great childhood memories and are a crowd-pleaser whenever they are served. Now that I’m retired, I want … Continue reading
This year we have a bumper crop of tomatoes. Instead of the six medium tomatoes in this recipe, I’ve been using three extremely large beefsteak tomatoes. Enjoy!
Although we prefer bread pudding to plum pudding at Christmas time, this simple desert can be enjoyed anytime of year.
I love making pumpkin seeds. All I do is clean the seeds, salt and then roast them. But then I have a problem. I don’t have kids who can carve a Jack O’ Lantern. Cooking pumpkins for pie or bread … Continue reading
This is one of the easiest and best tasting cakes I’ve ever made. I’m not a frosting person — I like the cake. This is one of my favorite recipes because it has a crusty topping and doesn’t require frosting. … Continue reading
The name porcupine comes from the rice in the meatballs. By the way, if pineapple seems an odd ingredient, I thought so too. But don’t be afraid, it’s very subtle and adds a small amount of sweet zest to the … Continue reading
Here is a simple and low calorie Apple Pie. In true French style, it may not be sweet enough for the American palate, but is still tasty and far healthier than most.
Tangy and refreshing, this Asian inspired salad will last 2 to 3 days in the refrigerator.
This French style potato salad is not only healthy but simple. Rather than precise measurements, start with three to four medium potatoes and scale the recipe up or down from there.
An easy marinade (my favorite kind) for both chicken and beef kabobs.