Here is something you can make with all that leftover turkey and mash potato. And it makes a new and tasty dish, Shepherd’s Pie.
3 “Healthy” Tips about your diets that you should reconsider
Several diets claim they are what you need to be healthy. But don’t believe everything that you read. There are some myths to dispel.
Golden Turmeric Hummus – A treat that is very easy to make
Here is a very easy to make and extremely tasty turmeric hummus that makes a great side dish or appetizer at any time of the year.
Recipe for Rice Balls with Sweet Mustard
For those who want a nice snack that is healthy, these rice balls are the answer. And you know what? It is light and very easy to make.
Making Tangerine Juice And A Tangerine Smoothie
My older sister has a citrus grove on her property. She grows lemons, oranges, grapefruits, and tangerines. She told me she had a big crop of tangerines that came in. I asked her to send me a few. The few turned out be quite a bit. I did not want to risk them spoiling so […]
Tuesday Kahl Makes Kale Chips
Tuesday Kahl is holding to her promise. She is making vegan dishes and blogging each one. My daughter loves making kale chips as well. When she makes them we tear them up. The question is, will Tuesday have any more tasty dishes with The Paderno Spiralizer. I hope so. I need some convincing before I […]
Tuesday Kahl Makes A Slamming Vegan Pasta Dish w/ Paderno Spiralizer
Tuesday must have been reading my mind when she tagged me on her new cooking tool. I lasted as a vegan about two and half months then succumb to the smell of my wife’s cooking. This Christmas has not been kind to me. I probably ate enough to gain 5 to 10 pounds over the […]
Linda Willies’ Cornbread Dressing (Cornbread Stuffing) (VIDEO)
Linda Willies’ Soul Cornbread Dressing / Cornbread Stuffing with Touch Of Panamá? I woke up Thanksgiving morning to a smell in the house to die for. My wife was making her bi-yearly cornbread dressing. She makes it for Thanksgiving and Christmas. I’ve been trying to get her to do some cooking on camera for some […]
Experimental Cooking: Cole Slaw From Juiced Carrot Pulp
I continue to drink a lot of fresh carrot juice that I juice once a week or so. I hate throwing away all that good tasting pulp. I am continuing to find good use for it. Here goes my new one. Some of the carrot pulp from my juicer. Added some raisins. Added some […]
Experimental Cooking: Carrot Frittata
I started drinking a lot of carrot juice lately. I will blame this on my dear friend Patricia Ponton who gave me the best tasting carrot juice with milk I had to date. Anyway, my wife Linda went to SamsClub yesterday to by some carrots to juice. When I juiced it it was super sweet […]