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Get ’em While You Can Can ~ Vanilla Peach Jam
These may not be the peaches, from Campbell, Missouri, that I grew up eating, and later canning, but Michigan grows their own mighty fine peaches, too. You know the kind you have to eat over the kitchen sink because the … Continue reading
Posted in Canning, Cooking, Dairy free, Eating, Family, Gluten Free, Recipes, Traditions Tagged cobbler, cooking, fried pie, grandma, jam, lazy man's peach cobbler, preserving, recipes, ripe peaches, vanilla peach jam 3 Comments
Oh, how my garden grows!
Remember when I told you I had read that you could take the base end of a vegetable, in this case celery, and plant it directly into the ground and have it take root and regrow? If you remember, I … Continue reading
Posted in Cottage, Gardening, Landscape, Pinterest Tagged asparagus soup, celery, celery seeds, celery stalk, container gardening, cooking, food, gardening, growing celery, growing leeks, leeks, native american heritage, organic, recipes, scapes, summer 2 Comments
Eat more Kale
Do you know who is the largest consumer of kale is in this country?? Pizza Hut. Seriously. Now don’t start thinking Pizza Hut has become a place to go for healthy eating. They use if for decorating their salad bar…. … Continue reading
Posted in Dairy free, Eating, Gluten Free, Health, Recipes, Wellness Tagged appetizer, cooking, dairy free, gluten free, kale chips, nutritious snacks, recipe, recipes, snack food, vegetarian 3 Comments
The naturally Gluten Free snack. If you read the labels, that is. Memorial Day weekend can’t come and go without making a batch. We first had this back in the 90s when a fellow Girl Scout brought it, and copies … Continue reading
Posted in Cooking, Eating, Gluten Free, Recipes Tagged cooking, eating, gluten free, gluten free snacks, puppy chow recipe, recipe, recipes, snack food 2 Comments
You know about quinoa, right?
What Can Quinoa Do For You?? If this is your first time hearing about Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah), you’re not alone. It is just gaining more attention as more people are learning about the nutritional value of this super food. While it is becoming less … Continue reading
Posted in Books, Dairy free, Eating, Gluten Free, Recipes, Wellness Tagged amazon, black bean, cooking, eating, food, gluten free diet, gluten-free, quinoa, quinoa salad, recipes, vegetarian 1 Comment
Best GF Brownies I’ve ever made!
No lie. Did you know May was Celiac Awareness month? Well, it is. 1 in 133 Americans have the very dangerous form of gluten allergy called Celiac. 1 in 20 have some form of gluten sensitivity. Lots of information available … Continue reading
Posted in Dairy free, Gluten Free, Recipes Tagged brownies, celiac, dairy free, dark chocolate, gluten free, recipes 3 Comments
Pumpkin Pancakes in all their glory
One thing we had not tried, since going gluten-free, was pancakes. We had the best ever, family recipe, for Silver Dollar Pancakes and I just didn’t want to compete with that. So since we’ve really been into pumpkin lately and … Continue reading
Posted in Cooking, Dairy free, Eating, Gluten Free, Health, Recipes Tagged cooking, dairy free, gluten free, pumpkin, pumpkin pancakes, recipes Leave a comment
Beans, beans, the wonderful fruit…..
It’s been crazy busy around here preparing for Christmas. There is still so much to do and so little time. I never did get all my Thanksgiving recipes posted but I thought I’d share this one we really, really liked. … Continue reading
Posted in Cooking, Eating, Gluten Free, Recipes Tagged cooking, gluten-free, green bean casserole, green beans, recipe, recipes, Thanksgiving Leave a comment
Perfect Fall Soup ~ Perfected
High in nutrition and low in calories, this soup is sunshine in a bowl. It will hit the spot on chilly, fall days. The taste of oranges with ginger and undertones of onion and garlic? Oh no, people, this is … Continue reading
Posted in Cooking, Gluten Free, Health, Recipes Tagged gluten free, recipe, recipes, roasted pumpkin seeds, soup, squash 4 Comments
Pork Fried Rice
I’m not sure this can be improved on. Any more. 3 cups cold, cooked rice. We cook it in a rice cooker, leftover is perfect! 2 eggs, whisked up Bean sprouts, 8 oz 1 TBS chopped garlic 2 TBS chopped … Continue reading
Posted in Cooking, Photography, Recipes Tagged cooking, most popular post, pork fried rice, recipes, rice 6 Comments