For a variety of health and social reasons, I’ve been tweaking a number of my recipes to get the sugar out. Table sugar, or sucrose, is obtained by refining the juice from sugar beets or
In our King Hill Farm CSA box this week there was a delicious abundance of vegetables; lettuce, salad mix, carrots, salad turnips, kale, chard, broccoli, summer squash, arugula and strawberries! For those not familiar with
We’ve been doing a bit of traveling lately, which means lots of highway driving, and eating lunch on the run. A quick stop for a sandwich fuels both driver and navigator for the rest of
The recipe for Italian Chicken Salad is one of those easy, versatile and delicious preparations that can be packed into a cooler for a picnic or scaled up easily to feed a crowd at a
We recently traveled to the Champagne region of France to attend the wedding of our “French daughter” Lucile. For two summers, Lucile lived with our family, immersing herself in the culture and learning English. With
When I was growing up, our standard Saturday night supper was brown bread and a pot of baked beans. The beans were baked all day in a slow oven, and the bread was dense, sweet
In need of a quick, easy and elegant luncheon for some visiting folks, my search led me to the herb patch. Pots of fragrant basil, clumps of purple-topped chives, and bunches of parsley were waiting,
Often referred to as a pie plant, rhubarb is actually a vegetable, and related to sorrel and buckwheat.
My friend Skip recently gifted me with a 10-pound box of fresh haddock filets. Haddock is a rare treat in our household.
This video link was shared with us. It is on Facebook. If you raise rabbits, you will find it very interesting.
My request for a Mother’s Day outing this year is to picnic on an island. We’ll pack a loaf of bread, some local goat cheese and sausages.
Eggs are considered one of the world’s healthiest foods, and eaten by every culture around the globe.