This delicious recipe will enable you utilize all of your fresh garden vegetables. Guests will wonder how you made such a gourmet appetizer and you will be asked to share the recipe. It is made in under 1 hour and better the next day.
The heat wave of July brings with it many changes to every-day cooking. Lighter and easier recipes are better for the cook and for those hungry appetites. Instead of heating up the oven (and house) making roasted meals or desserts, I'll just buy ready made foods once in a while to take a break. I… Continue reading Lemon Meringue Tartlettes
Our friend, Hank keeps himself busy with gardening in the summer. Why would this be bloggable news? Simply because he is 87 years old and still grows some of the most delicious peppers, zucchini, eggplant, cabbage, broccoli, and tomatoes. Hank always brings us bags of home-grown goodness on Sunday when he goes to church. He's incredible!… Continue reading Summer Veggie Vegan Focaccia
I have often written about milk allergies and having to find recipes that allow for milk substitutions. The best alternatives to dairy milk I have found are Silk Coconut Milk, Silk Almond Milk, and Organic Rice Dream Rice Drink. I have used all three in recipes calling for milk without any problems. No one can… Continue reading Coconut Pudding Mini Pie
A few years ago, we took a family vacation to Italy and rented a car so we could visit a few off-the-beaten path towns. In our travels, we passed through breathtakingly beautiful Sorrento. There were signs along the road beckoning us to take the highspeed hydrofoil to the Isle of Capri. It was an experience… Continue reading Honey Basil Lemonade
When I come across a different kind of vegetable, I have to explore the possibilities. I have been cooking for 40 years total, and I never came across the 8-Ball Zucchini until the other day. Our local supermarket has a ‘Jersey Fresh’ section in the produce aisle. New Jersey is known for excellent quality vegetables,…… Continue reading Stuffed 8-Ball Zucchini
We here in the Northeast can REALLY appreciate the bounty of fruits and vegetables that are harvested in the summer and early fall. Our winter severely diminishes the local farm markets' ability to grow those heavenly flavorful local produce. One of these rabbit-like multipliers is Zucchini, which ripens with a vengence. The backyard gardener will… Continue reading Zucchini fritters