Okay! So, I’ve been experimenting with my juice pulp and making some juice pulp crackers based on other juice pulp cracker posts that I’ve read here and here. My favorite juice is pineapple and carrot, and very now and again I’ll add some ginger or apples if the mood strikes. I have only ever used… Read More Ginger Carrot Pineapple Juice Pulp Crackers
Every year around Christmas time I make a green chile stew. I had no idea that last year was the last year I’d make it with chicken. oh well! For me, Christmas time means chiles. Lots and lots and lots of chiles. Growing up, my great grandmother turned her tiny kitchen into a tortilla making… Read More Almost Homemade Green Chile Stew
I know, I’m a day late. Yesterday was a looooong Sunday. Anyways. This past week I had a love affair with dairy. Buried deep within my deep freeze in the basement was a bag of mozzerella cheese. High above where the cheese was found there was Trader Joe’s wheat pizza crust. Mmmmmmmmmmpizza. Hot gooey… Read More my week in food.
Well, it “cooled” down for a few days this week, but it didn’t mean that I turned on the oven and had a blast in the kitchen. Work was a bit hectic, so I continued with the essential meals: fresh veggie wrap, salad, watermelon slush, and chips & salsa. There were a few little surprises… Read More my week in food.
I don’t think I’ve ever been excited for a cookbook release. Sure, I’ve been excited to get them in mail after making a hefty Amazon purchase, but I’ve been WAITING for this book to show up on my doorstep since I’ve found out Mama Pea was publishing it. Peas and Thank You: Simple Meatless Meals… Read More book review: Peas and Thank You
I’ve been in the process of properly documenting my recipes and measuring what I do. I don’t measure unless I have to, I just “eyeball” it. A friend wanted a recipe for something I made one afternoon, on a whim, and so I wrote measurements like “3 heaping handfuls”, “one big pinch”, and “several little… Read More my week in food.