It has kind of become my custom to get Chinese food on Friday or Saturday nights. After a week of cooking and getting up at 5am, I usually don’t have the desire to make a mess in the kitchen. However, this past weekend, I was feeling a bit more ambitious and decided to see about … More Chinese Chicken with Broccoli – Homemade style
My dad has grown a fabulous garden for as long as I can remember. Tomatoes were the highlight and favorite amongst my immediate and extended family. In fact, the tomatoes were in such abundance that we put a sign out front for “Home Grown Tomatoes”. Neighbors and passers-by could stop in and purchase the best tomatoes around for 50 cents a pound.
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For the last five years, rhubarb has popped up in the corner of my back yard. It is a remnant plant from the previous owners. I’ll confess that I haven’t done anything with it until now. (It is a tragedy, I know) This spring I did attempt a variety of rhubarb recipes though this is … More Strawberry Rhubarb Sauce
This zucchini lasagna is a light and pleasant meal that is full of flavor. My skeptical father even liked it despite the lack of actual pasta. Anyone who is looking for a good and different meal option for new moms or friends who are ill, look no further! This recipe freezes well-just cover it well with foil and it can last up to two months. Thaw it overnight before cooking. It may take 20 minutes or so longer to cook. … More Zucchini Lasagna – A Gluten Free Dinner
How delightful to see these bright blueberries in a veggie salad. A new combination? Yes. A non-traditional salad for your next potluck? Maybe. A crowd favorite…..definitely! Blueberries are no longer confined to salads with grapes, strawberries and their other fruit friends. … More Blueberry Corn Salad with Lime Vinaigrette