Monthly Archives: October 2010
This sweet potato casserole serves a lot of people. It is yummy and easy to make once you have everything together. Refried Beans 1 recipe of beans and their juice found under blog post (Musical Fruit) 2 cloves of garlic … Continue reading
Get Ready for Thanksgiving. New ideas and old favorites. Check out our upcoming class on November 4. Just clink on the link for Cooking Classes and join us for a promised day of fun and delicious food.
Green Herb Soup with Sorrel I love soup. My family loves soup. We always try to keep a pot or two around the house. I’m always looking for quick, easy ones and this one works. The best part is that … Continue reading
Noodles 1 lb Spaghetti 1 teaspoon salt Heat a large pot of water on a high flame. While you are waiting for the water to boil, make the peanut sauce. Once the water is boiling , add the salt and … Continue reading
There is something everyone loves about the perfect waffles. Light and fluffy, a good waffle makes a perfect breakfast. Although these vegan, gluten-free waffles aren’t exactly reminiscent of the ones I had in France, they are really good and you … Continue reading
The arugula in my garden was going berserk and I knew I wanted to use pomegranates in a salad, so I decided to combine the two. The dressing is easy to make. Pomegranate molasses is concentrated pomegranate juice. You can … Continue reading