A lot of us are in limbo, with “Shelter in Place” orders in many states, including here in Wisconsin. From what I have been able to gather, everyone in the country has plenty of toilet paper, but food supply may be limited to frozen foods or basic pantry staples in many US households. Every home…… Continue reading Scary Times – Where do we go from here?
Avocados are one of nature’s best foods, having been dubbed a “SuperFood”. The avocado is one of the most nutrient-full foods available. Ounce for ounce, they are among the richest in fiber, folate, potassium, vitamin E, and magnesium among all fruits. I love avocados and eat 1-2 a week. In our house, it’s not a…… Continue reading How to Slice & Dice an Avocado
When you get Chinese carryout, aren’t you always amazed at how much rice is left over? And the next day, it’s hard as a rock in the carton. You could just throw it away. Or….. You can be slightly creative and make that leftover rice into a nice side dish for dinner later that…… Continue reading Chinese carryout – Leftover rice recipe
Thanksgiving Short Cuts Splayed Turkey recipe – Although I love the idea of a beautifully browned whole turkey sitting in the middle of the dining table, I have yet to master cooking it that way. Instead, I like to break down the turkey: I braise the legs slowly while I roast the breasts. This way,…… Continue reading Thanksgiving Tips & Recipes – 2018
Not sure why, but October is National Pasta Month. As an Italian, I am all for that. I will be posting several of my favorite pasta recipes over the month or so. First a couple of tips about cooking pasta: Always make sure you have a pot of boiling water going before adding the pasta.…… Continue reading October is National Pasta Month