Recipe Serves Four 2 Tbsp Olive Oil 16 oz Boneless Chicken Breast, cut into 1 inch pieces 2 Tbsp Flour 16 oz fresh Baby Spinach leaves 2 Tbsp Water 1 Medium Sweet Onion 1 Cup Brown Rice [cooked] 1/4 Tsp freshly grated nutmeg 12 oz Alfredo Sauce Ground Black Pepper & Sea Salt [to taste]…
Native Americans are credited with the planting of three main native crops. These plants were squash, maize (corn) and beans. They were planted together, with the cornstalk providing support for the climbing beans, and shade for the squash. The squash vines provided ground cover to limit weeds. No one likes weeds including squash! The beans provided a nitrogen fix for all three crops.
Many believe Carrot Cake originated in Gothenburg, Sweden. We know that carrots were used in sweet cakes dating back to medieval times as sweeteners were expensive and often not available. Carrots contain natural sweeteners and the most of any vegetable, except for the sugar beet. The revival of Carrot cake popularity during the rationing period in England during the second world war.
Winter in the Northeast, sometimes you will find various berries in your favorite food store in abundance. Typically they are coming from California and on sale as buy one get one free. I stock up and freeze into a portions. This simple freeze method to will carry you through until you can buy local a…
This is a simple, quick and yummy way to enjoy fresh fruit in a beverage. You can substitute all the listed ingredients as this is a good starter base! Strawberries and bananas are my favorite fruit. Yogurt or sour cream will work depending on your taste. You can also double the vanilla extract as this flavor will compliment the fruits. Try almond or soy milk.
I would love to hear variations as they are limitless… Enjoy!
Holiday cookie baking is especially fun with kids. This recipe is simple enough for preteens to make unsupervised. Or, if you have wee ones you can bake the cookies ahead, cool and then frost letting everyone design ever own cookies.
My friend Doreen has made these cookies for years with her kids when they were younger and now with her husband.