Monthly Archives: December 2014
Lettuce Start from the very beginning As a foodie and regular entertainer, I often ask people to share their favorite foods, especially if they will be a guest at my home for dinner. I like to re-create foods that...
Spices and herbs There are plenty of wonderful vintage items you might want to inherit from your grandmother, but spices shouldn't be one of them, especially if your grandma was anything like this customer's: "My dearly departed grandmother, bless..
During these cold months, the idea of settling down with a warm mug of tea is becoming more appealing. But there are other options for incorporating tea into your life. Set tea free outside of the mug, and see how cooking...
Chicken Saag Indian cuisine is infinitely flavorful, and full of spicy, savory tones and lots of great vegetables. This dish can be made with chicken, or fried tofu for a true vegetarian version. Frozen or fresh spinach works perfectly...
Beef Stew One of my favorite British inspired recipes is a dark stout Beef Stew. It is surprisingly easy to make, and can be done with either fresh or canned tomatoes. It is often served in a sour-dough bread bowl...
The question of this Holiday Season continues, but where are you getting your protein if you are not eating meat? There are so many foods that offer protein sources besides meat. There are vegetables and fruits and quinoa and...
Chocolate Chip Cookie Peanut Butter Chips Cookies This past week we have been baking cookies for our shoppers in The Cook’s Warehouse in Atlanta. It is funny how a warm cookie can make just about anyone smile. No matter...
Holiday Eggnog Cupcakes These delicious eggnog cupcakes are not only quick, but easy too. They are a great way to celebrate the holiday season using a treat most people enjoy. Cupcake Ingredients: 1 (16 ounce) package of cake mix 1 1/4...
Christmas Pudding Christmas pudding is traditionally served at the end of Christmas dinner. It is a steamed brown pudding containing raisins, cherries, and nuts. The pudding is traditionally covered in brandy and then lit as it is being brought to
Shortbread Cookies With beginnings in Medieval Scotland and England, Shortbread was once a luxury reserved for special occasions, such as weddings and New Year's feasts. It is now perhaps associated primarily with Christmas. But its beginnings were
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