Skip the takeout and fire up your slow cooker instead! Packed with colorful peas and peppers, this is a restaurant favorite you’ll be happy to make at home. It’s easy, tasty and has a short cooking time, so plan accordingly. Round out your meal with a fruit salad.
The calendar has turned to August. Boo hoo! And while this means that winter will eventually arrive, it also means that summer gardens are bursting at the seams. Mark and I are growing potatoes this year at a community garden plot at SMCC. A few potatoes were popping up through the soil so I scooped them up and they became a very pretty, very yummy casserole of summer vegetables, often referred to as a tian.
Mixing your own seasoning blends is a good way to ensure they are safe for you—and it’s easy to customize them for your own tastes.
These little nuggets of peanut butter goodness are easy, filling and highly adaptable to your tastes.
According to my 9 year-old taste tester, “Sometimes, you just need a cookie.”
Product review of Biena Chickpea Snacks—tasty, crunchy and gluten-free of course!
Almost everyone is familiar with corned beef brisket and Texas BBQ brisket, we love to slow cook brisket with classic Asian seasonings to create tender, flavorful slices of beef perfect for rice bowls and noodle bowls.
We haven’t posted about Products We Love in quite a while, so here’s something for you—just in time for another cold weekend that’s perfect for cooking something wonderful at home…
It’s cold, it’s snowy and you’re stuck inside anyhow. How about making something comforting that can cook all day (and night, why not?); something that is stick-to-your-ribs tasty. And yes, it’s gluten-free, too. Dig in, people.
Slow cooking dried beans is super-easy and economical—here’s how…