Do you grow herbs at home? Have you wondered how to use them for something different than the usual? How about this recipe for Lemon Fig Chimichurri. A bright, tangy topper for grilled steak or chops, or mix it with a bit more olive oil, some red pepper flakes and a sprinkle of fresh grated parmesan for a great bread dipper!
Years ago we visited Odiorne Point State Park. We went back today to find that it’s even better than we remembered! And when we got home Beth and I baked a Blueberry Peach Crumble. The best ever! Looking for a new place to hike? Looking for a dessert perfect for all those berries you picked? This is it!
This recipe for roasted beets is quick, easy, and may even may a beet lover out of you or your kids! Quick and healthy, and I’ve thrown in a lemon basil vinaigrette recipe that will use up some of those pretty herbs you’ve been growing on your deck.
I lived on a budget when I was in college. Who didn’t? But I had one housemate who budgeted by eating cornflakes, all the time. Wish he’d known of this snack mix with cornflakes. He might have been just a little happier with variety in his life.
Remembering a hike to Purgatory Chasm back in 2010. We loved the area but wore the wrong shoes! Plus a recipe for yummy healthy breakfast bars made with bananas, applesauce, peanut butter and lots of healthy nuts and seeds! Oh, and oatmeal, too!
Looking for a simple squash recipe, that’s just a bit special? Try this one with garlic scapes and cousa squash from our local farm stand. And enjoy reading about a few of the skeletons in my closet.
I love cabbage and I love pickles. What better combination that pickled cabbage? And a reminiscence of our trip to Great Brook Park, when we went back this morning for a COVID-19 version of the same trip!
If you’re making ice cream, why not make it special? Why not try Golden Milk for a new flavor that brings a bit of heat and a bit of holiday comfort? Sharing my recipe and my memories of ice cream.
Did you like history in school? I didn’t. But eventually I found a teacher that got how my brain worked and I learned more about history because she got us involved and making Indian Food – Dry Dal!
Vegetarian curry! When we had guests from India for Easter Dinner, this was my alternative to traditional ham!