Browsing Category 'Veggies'

greenbeans

Ah. Summer’s bounty. I can’t keep up with all the wonderful things I want to make. Fresh peaches are ripening on my counter. Beets are waiting to be roasted in my refrigerator. And all those tomatoes! Herbs from the garden. Fresh green beans. As I write this tonight, I see on the news how the […]

corncasserole

It’s almost the weekend and you probably have a cookout or summer party to go to. Or are you having guests over and are looking for an extra side dish? Here’s an easy to put together side dish where you dump everything in one bowl… Pour it in the pan and bake. It’s a cross […]

ingredients

I bring you an easy Summer side salad or a wonderful lunch salad full of flavor texture and healthful goodness. Yes, it can taste good, be healthy and easy to make! Have you tried Quinoa (kween wa) yet? Oh, you should! Don’t be afraid…it’s a wonderful grain with an interesting texture but so many nutritional […]

serving2

It was bound to happen…just a matter of time… Sounds like a Jim Croce song! After several trips, several holidays and many, many blog posts… Hubby and I were sitting at the table, looked each other straight in the eyes… and said…. “It’s time to re-join WeightWatchers!” Come Monday, that’s what we did. It’s time, […]

stirfry

Mmmmm….Sunday night suppers. You can enjoy them at the table, or casually on the couch or in your lap watching 6o Minutes. One of our favorite Sunday night indulgences is fried rice. We love all the veggies with the wholesomeness of brown rice, Asian flavors and the salty taste of pork. There are so many […]

smoothie2

Do you ever feel like the Universe is pushing you in a direction? Like the same thing keeps showing up and nudging you until you plunge in and try something you never thought you would try before? That’s how it is with me and smoothies… especially GREEN ones! It started last Fall when we were […]

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 […]

maters

I have a delightfully simple recipe for you today. It takes tomatoes to a whole new taste level. Slow roasted oven tomatoes. I made them this weekend for my cooking demonstration at Graf Grower’s. I tossed them with cooked spaghetti squash and everyone raved about them! This is a perfect way to preserve the flavor […]

beans

It all started with a rumor last week at the barbershop. Nick Anthe’s was closing. Hubby came home bearing the news. “You’re kidding!”, I said. “I don’t get it…where are we going to go for our celebrations?” Nick Anthe’s restaurant has been legendary in Akron’s history of restaurants and one of THE places to go […]

puttanescaTS

What started out as a sharing a recipe with you today turned into a journey…and a fun one at that! Many years ago, I frequented a local restaurant who has since then closed but my favorite meal on their menu was Pasta Puttanesca. It was rich with flavor, salty and briney. I would go there […]

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