Browsing Tag 'vegetarian'

Tomato Soup_

Today is a gift. I normally don’t get days like this where I have the whole day to myself. In fact, I’m still in my pajamas! I’ve been spending the day tapping into my creative spirit and that spirit works best in pajamas. It’s a day to celebrate summer and the warm breeze blowing through […]

spinachpastadish

How many photos am I going to have to shoot to prove that you must try this? I am such a convert to homemade pasta. Ever since trying it for the first time a month ago – I can’t go back! I have turned into such a pasta snob – I won’t eat out at […]

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

I hit it out of the park tonight….with such a simple recipe. One of my life long’s dreams is to get Hubby to appreciate Brussels sprouts. Try as I may, my attempts never registered on his “yum” meter. He basically would eat them out of obligation with maybe a grunt of recognition. No grunts tonight….only […]

RoastedZucchiniGratin

I have a serious problem. When I go to local farmer’s markets this time of year, I can’t control myself. I buy everything! My head goes into a spin – “Oh, I’m going to make this” “Look how beautiful and FRESH these veggies are!” “I haven’t made anything with these in a long time…” And […]

Citrus Beet Salad

Coming back from vacation and rolling right into Memorial Day, I needed to stop the madness. We were in D.C. and oh my(!), does that city have the restaurants! We never had a bad meal and enjoyed the diversity in the cuisines. Add to that – the ribs and hot dogs of Memorial Day weekend […]

Peas and Parsley Orzo

If I had to make one thing for my Hubby for the rest of his life – it would be peas. Preferably peas and pasta. With the spring vegetables sneaking into the farmer’s markets and grocery stores, fresh peas have made an appearance, and I have been searching for a new peas and pasta recipe. […]

plated kugel

Today is a melancholy day – this week would have been Nonnie’s birthday. Two years ago, Nonnie left us for a better place. It was her time and she left behind warm memories and a large footprint on everyone’s life. Nonnie was my girls’ Jewish grandmother always making traditional Jewish foods like mandel bread, matzo […]

corn

Wait! Stop! Summer’s not over yet! There’s still corn… and tomatoes…. and moreĀ  corn…. As summer slowly dwindles into fall, I find myself hanging on to the last of summer’s harvest. The family is a bit burned out with ears of corn served at every meal – it was time to try something different. This […]

salad

Happy Fourth! I don’t know about where you are but here in Ohio it’s hotter than…er… It’s hot. Too hot. Most cities around here have decided to cancel their fireworks because of the dry grass and shrubs around here. So we’re preparing a COOL salad to take to a friend’s house tonight. It’s fresh, zesty […]

bowl of cherries

Have you noticed the cherries in the stores these days? Wow! We can’t get enough of them. Today I bring you a bowl of cherries… as in this delicious bowl of Cherry Couscous! The cherries this year are so luscious! We’ve been buying them by the bagfuls and they are gone within a day. I […]

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