The tightening of my jeans tells me I definitely ate during the winter, but, as has happened many a time before, I’ve neglected to write about it. I admire food bloggers who make this their living, and grace the Internet with beautiful photography and mouthwatering recipes. I am not, and likely never will be, that … More Turkey Lettuce Wraps & other things I’ve been eating.
Finding uses for a 7-pound butternut squash is a lot harder than it looks. The CSA my family joined has moved onto it’s Winter Share season. The above picture is from our mid-December bag, which included: 2-pound bag of carrots, one candy onion, a loaf of whole wheat bread, one kohlrabi, one acorn squash, one bunch … More Butternut Squash & Sage Lasagna.
Food news is everywhere. Headlines bombard us with stories about what we should be eating, and what we should avoid. I’m a big proponent of not demonizing food for society’s health ailments. Food isn’t the problem, it’s how consumers treat it. If you eat foods high in sugar, fat and calories, then you’re likely to feel … More Meatless Monday: Stuffed Peppers.
We’re getting a serious dose of autumn today in Ohio. The high isn’t expected to get out of the mid 50s. Ergo something warm and comforting: vegetarian Thai red curry. This is just kind of a riff on the recipe that’s listed on the red curry paste label. Mix and match whatever veggies you prefer. … More Veggie Thai red curry.
When I think of pudding I mostly think of pudding cups. You know the ones that come in packs of four and feature the strongest plastic lid glue ever. I swear I learned to cuss trying to open those little buggers. But in an adult world eating those pre-packaged, and likely preservative laden, treats is … More Cardamom Rice Pudding