Browsing Category 'In the Pot'

vegetables

I’m so out of sorts. It’s the middle of  March and it’s 78 degrees out. I go to my closet full of sweaters and struggle to find something to wear. It all started with the time change, it took me a week to get back in rhythm and then there was St. Patty’s Day…it took […]

trio

Whoa. Making stuffed cabbages is a big deal for me. In fact, EATING stuffed cabbages is even a bigger deal. When I was growing up, it seemed like we had stuffed cabbages ALL the time! This was a typical Sunday in our house… We would all go to church in the morning… After church, we’d […]

trayofsliders

I have been so good this January! I’ve been drinking green smoothies, upped my daily veggie count, allowing one day for vegetarian only meals and exercising. But sometimes you just need a big hunk of meat! I’m about to share with you my most requested recipe. I make it every time we have a crowd […]

serving

No pumpkin recipes for a while… nor squash recipes… I love sharing them with you but I’m a tad ‘pumpkin-d out’. We’ve had basic pumpkin, pumpkin pie, pumpkin bread and  pumpkin soup. I’ve done cooking demonstrations with all of the above (several times) along with risottos and made pumpkin muffins with my aging Mother. So […]

cauliflower

With the temperatures being what they are… It’s officially the end of the season…and my gig with Graf Grower’s cooking demonstrations ends Saturday. I’ll be featuring “late summer/early fall” vegetables including cauliflower. Cauliflower is so misunderstood. It’s white and boring… With a little nurturing, it can burst into a dish spectacular! I’ve roasted cauliflower… and […]

pumpkinsoup

I have a quicky for you today! This is the last of the pumpkin recipes for the week. It’s a very simple recipe with subtle Southwest flavors and a hint of sweetness. This soup would make a great first course or a meal in itself with a side of crusty bread or cornbread. I’ve been […]

essence

Chilly nights call for chili and there are a thousand recipes out there! Everyone has their own version and I love trying all of them. My daughter claims to make better chili than me – the problem is getting her to make some is the issue. Personally, I’ve made a myriad of recipes and won’t […]

beetsoup

Okay, I know what you’re thinking… this sounds totally gross. Cold soup made with beets? I’ve been hearing it all week with Hubby as I prepare for my cooking demonstration on Saturday featuring cold soups. Trust me, there is nothing more refreshing and full of flavor than a chilled beet soup with a dollop (I […]

at the table

Typically this is the meal that I make when the snow is blowing and the fireplace is glowing. Today it made more sense to cook inside than to fight the heat of the day grilling outside. And when I run into these little beauties at Whole Foods who could resist? All this being said, I […]

pot3

May has been a good month. The sun is trying to come out. Last week, this blog made foodgawker.com, tasteologie.com and tastespotter.com with my lemon curd recipe! Woooo! Tonight, it’s hubby’s choice. Tonight, we’re celebrating with lobster corn chowder. When asked what I should make next for the blog…this was his immediate answer…. and since […]

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