Archive for the ‘Kitchen’ Category
I would like to invite you to check out the new Blog and the new web site. (Boomers and Beyond.Life) It is my own personal protest against the filth that comes up on Facebook, Twitter, and the evening news.Â It will focus on “All Things Bright and Beautiful”. I like to tell stories and take […]
I want to learn to cook with Teff. Bob is bringing home some Teff flour tonight.Â Our favorite place to eat when we visit Indiana is an Ethiopian restaurant in Fort Wayne. They serve wonderful veggies and meat dishes on top of a huge Teff pancake thing. We eat with our hands, breaking off a […]
We grow our own food and live a healthy lifestyle –so I change things around when I bake. Today, I made Pecan, Cinnamon rolls. By substitutingÂ organic whole wheat, for white flour, and Maple Syrup for sugar, my rolls are yummy and are a healthier treat for breakfast.Â Just saying —
Bob will be happy! Happy! Happy! The first Rhubarb crisp of the season is in the oven. It is not ALL vegetables around here.
One of my favorite things to do is to make a “savory” soup. Today, I began withÂ left over of lamb roast in an eight quart kettle. Next, I added the veggies — (from last summers garden )– tomatoes, squash, corn, cabbage, carrots and potatoes. The final step are the dried herbs (from last summers […]
The Pyr pups doing good in Bob’s office. Mocca is a great Mom.Â I can almost see the puppies grow. Baby chicks arrive nest week. They will be in a box in the kitchen. A heat lamp will be hanging from the ceiling to keep them warm. Most of my seeds have germinated under the […]
Bob took over the kitchen last week end. He made a delicious Thai curry on Saturday and a yummyÂ Pizza on Sunday.Â His recipes are secret but some of the ingredients in the Pizza included homemade tomato sauce, onions, garlic, candied Jalapeno peppers, red and yellow sweet bell peppers, mushrooms, and ground lamb meat. He […]
My arsenal of “Weapons Against Winter” is growing. Today, I wage war with a big pot ofÂ hot chili and Jalapeno Corn bread.Â Minnesota winter will not defeat me. The line is drawn in the sand, or should I say snow.Â It doesn’t matter how cold and miserable it is, when my kitchen is filled […]
My kitchen smells like Christmas!
It was so fun gathering white pine needles for my tinctures with my son John.Â Happy! Happy! Happy!