Quick family meals using left overs and food staples: Chicken and bean quesadillas.
Dover sole, that is. Sole is a kind of flat white fish which means it is low in fat and mild in flavor. This class of fish is a good source of protein, Vitamin D, Selenium, and B Vitamins to name a few. Delicate in size, sole cooks quickly and compliments the flavors you are cooking with. A few nights ago I made this… Continue reading It’s All About Sole (Lemony Dover Sole w/Capers)
Let’s be real for a second. How many of your evening meals are lazily referred to as leftovers? And then… you sigh. Perhaps frown. Why such the bad rap? I LOVE LEFTOVERS. Leftovers by design are functional, convenient, efficient, and inexpensive. (If you are like some members of my family who cannot even consider something… Continue reading Doing Leftovers Right
In the winter months I crave warm food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I do not cook a lot of red meat for my family, and I am always trying to use different whole grains, so I figured lets use both at once. To round out this trifecta of “don’t use often,” I made this… Continue reading Beef and Barley (slow cooker meal)
Oh so easy to make. I mean REALLY easy. I call these “special eggs” for the simple reason that I learned to make them when I was nine years old and “special” was the most obvious adjective I could think of to describe them. What makes eggs special? (If you want to get technical, eggs can be farm… Continue reading “Special Eggs” Breakfast Sandwiches
I love to cook. It’s fun and exciting and so rewarding. To some people, my joy of cooking is expected, and to others its impressive. I will tell you – there is nothing impressive about cooking. It requires practice and creativity and general knowledge of food. It also helps to be good at measuring foods.… Continue reading Making it up … (Tilapia Dish)
Yes. I said it. I love hate salads. Who doesn’t? (If you were going to say “me,” don’t answer. ) I LOVE salads. Love love love. Especially good ones. Interesting ones. Salads that include ingredients that I would never consider pairing together. Like kumquats and arugula. Or roasted cauliflower with sesame seeds. Or teriyaki tofu… Continue reading Salads: I love them, I hate them