Veggie sandwiches are a great choice when you’re hungry and don’t want to cook, but don’t really feel like salad.
Archives for June 2015
Try this simple to make vegan pasta with peas and curried cauliflower sauce from Forks Over Knives. It’s also omnivore friendly!
I received a copy of Cups Sticks and Nibbles to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own. We have a friend who is the group hostess. She has an awesome house with a huge yard and over the years she’s learned to master the art of the party. There’s always a banging array of…
Don’t you love it when you get an idea in your head and it all comes together? How about when it’s even better than you’d imagined? That was our experience with this Amazing Peanut Butter Pie. It’s a decadent treat that lives up to its name.
Is there anything better than the fresh taste of fruits and vegetables in season? It’s truly a pleasure in life to stop at the farmer’s market or roadside stand when there’s a rainbow of produce to choose from. Right now it’s cherry season here in Spain. You can find many varieties including Rainier and Bing which people…
Hummingbird Cake features the fruity flavors of banana, pineapple and coconut. It’s traditionally served as a layer cake but cupcakes are much easier to transport to a cookout!
Here’s another old fashioned dessert that is enjoying a renaissance. A fool consists of pureed fruits gently folded into (real) whipped cream. The result is a silky concoction that’s not quite ice cream, not quite mousse and definitely NOT pudding. Our strawberry fool is a variation which includes bananas and chocolate shavings for a cool…
Lasary voatabia is a tomato and onion salad that looks like bruschetta or pico de gallo. The addition of lime and ginger lends an exotic flavor that works well as a side dish or served up on your favorite bread or cracker. Enjoy the flavors of Madagascar in this month’s Food of the World celebration.
Fried biscuits with cinnamon sugar are a fun, old fashioned treat. They’re reminiscent of other fried doughs like churros and zeppole. Try them with your morning cup of coffee, tea or even a tall glass of milk.
Take the time to make a batch (or two) of twice baked potatoes to freeze. You’ll always have a go to meal available.