Peanut butter is a staple food for many of us. From peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to peanut butter cookies to Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, this little spread is a powerhouse of protein, nutrients, and yum.
When I was a kid I loved peanut butter …and jelly but not peanut butter and jelly. Continue reading
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Filed under Cake, Dessert
I’d like to say that I fell in love with pots de creme in a small cafe in Paris one rainy autumn afternoon as I gazed into the smoldering eyes of a passionate man I had just met.
I’d like to say that but since I am really honest I can’t because it isn’t true. Continue reading
Lo Mein is a favorite around here. Really. It is quick, easy, and super flavorful.
Shiloh has recently become vegetarian. Don’t ask me why. She was a hamburger addict until very recently, then overnight? Boom. Vegetarian.
One can only hope that she will grow out of her affection for Kraft Mac and Cheese as quickly.
I was vegetarian for years and then stopped for awhile, and then was again. If I had not met Marc and married him I would have gone back to my vegetarian ways after the divorce.
To me it is the easiest, most comforting way to eat.
Dishes like this allow me to cook the meat separately and add it to the Lo Mein as each person desires.
Filed under Main Dish, Pasta
What would summer be without food on the grill? It is quick, delicious and, best of all, does not heat up the kitchen. The downside is that many of us use the grill for the same three or four items all the time.
- Hot Dogs
Well, it’s time to move past those things. It’s time to let your grill out of the closet and create mouthwatering, amazing, deliciousness…like chicken satay. Continue reading
Filed under Main Dish, Meat