Browsing Category 'Veggies'

Pumpkins

It’s Friday. It’s sunny. It’s Fall! Oh Yeah! I’m getting ready for my cooking demo tomorrow at Graf Growers…. and it’s all about pumpkins! I picked up a box of baking pumpkins yesterday to cook down to a pumpkin pulp. Seriously, why would you use pumpkin out of a can when you can cook these? […]

shuckedTS

It’s the best time of year in Ohio! We are at the height of corn season, tomato season and zucchinis are taking over the kitchen! Bring it on…. Apple and pumpkin season is right around the corner. Ever since I started cooking demonstrations at Graf Growers…we’ve been having corn almost every night! I can’t get […]

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 […]

stirfry

It’s Monday and I’m in diet panic attack. I’m usually comfortable with who I am and how I look… but you see I have my class reunion coming up this weekend and for some crazy reason… I’m flipping out. What is wrong with me? I didn’t care then…why should I care now? Maybe it’s like […]

peaches and company

I’m doing my first food demonstration at a local garden center, Graf Growers. Summer salsas are the theme and what better way to celebrate the flavors of the season? There is so much you can do with salsas… So many flavor combinations… So much flexibility… Hundreds of combinations, but for tonight we’ll start with three. […]

smashed taters

It’s Sunday night and admittedly don’t have any revolutionary recipes to offer. I just want to marvel at the taters I bought today at the grocers. It was a bag of lil’ taters….tri-colored taters! Blue. Red. Yellow. Little. Tender. I had to have them. I took them home and boiled them until they were smashable¬† […]

cooked taters

I’m not a big fan of traditional potato salad. You know what I’m talking about – the egg-y, mustard-y, mayonaisse-y kind. Not that I don’t like eggs, mustard or mayonaisse – just not on my taters! For years, I’ve tried different variations of potato salad and never found one I liked so I made up […]

cabbageround

This is a family recipe. Easy to make and makes a colorful dish to pork chops…in my favorite color – PURPLE! Get yourself a nice little purple head of cabbage. You’ll need 4 cups of chopped cabbage. In a skillet, heat 1 tbsp. vegetable oil; 2 tbsp. vinegar (I use white, red or cider depending […]

Stir Crazy!

I have been really getting into stir frys these days. They are such an easy way to be creative with cooking! Color, texture, flavor… Start with a basic recipe and add your own flair. That’s what I did last night. I started with a basic recipe from the March issue of Cooking Light. The first […]

Can't BEET this!

Please Note: This is not a recipe to start today and eat tonight. It takes two days to get to the finish line. It’s something to do while you’re doing everything else. Trust me…it’s worth the wait! I am having a love affair with beets these days. I used to HATE beets…those slimy red things […]

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