Dip That Chip Into Fresh Fruit Salsa
Fruit salsa can be a great alternative to the traditional tomato version. This fruit salsa recipe is loaded with antioxidants and it’s pretty to look at too!Thanksgiving Recipes for Kids
Thanksgiving Day is celebrated with fun and joy all over America and Canada. It is a harvest festival, and is traditionally considered as a day, when people thank nature for giving them what they have. This gratitude is expressed by celebrations and get-together in family and friends.Thanksgiving Carrots and Apricots
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays for one simple reason. The food. When I think of the things I am most thankful for, of course family, friends, good health and a lovely life are at the top of the list. BUT, the number one thing I’m thankful for every year, is that I’ve been blessed with the fortune of having amazing chefs in my family.Sweet Potato Sandwich
When I was in college, the little cafe that was on campus made these lovely Yam sandwiches that I munched on at least twice weekly, if not more. They had bright orange yams, feta and cilantro pressed into a chewy baguette. Over the years I have dreamed about this sandwich and have come up with my own version using sweet potato, goat cheese, cilantro, sambal and baguette.Healthy Recipe For Liver Masala
Put the butter to melt on a small pan, put in the chicken livers, next put in the masala sauce, pepper, salt and sage. After a couple of minutes, then add the bacon, simmer for another 4 minutes.Garden Fresh Pumpkins
Growing pumpkins in your garden is just what gardeners do, right? And probably about all you do with them is decorate your yard. You scatter them around and your kids carve them into amazing works of art. But have you ever used them for food?Hobo Corn Bread
What could be better than campfires and s’mores and hobo pies? Well, summer camping season may be over but now is the time to use the home fire pit in the crisp, fall air. So don’t put those hobo pie irons away yet. Invite some friends over, kindle the fire and try out this hobo corn bread recipe.Make Your Own Soy Milk
Why do people want to drink soy milk? Is it because they have allergies to dairy milk? Are they vegetarians? Are they vegans? Do they think it is better for them because there is less chance of disease transmission? And why would anyone want to make their own soy milk?Washington Chowder
This is a delicious recipe that has been handed down through my husband’s family for generations and is a great favorite. Whenever the family gets together they ask my mother-in-law to make it.Cheese and Egg Brunch
Brunch. Remember this word? I have not heard it in a long time but it used to be very common and part of our lives. It is like the English tea time but mid morning instead of in the afternoon. Here is an easy recipe for that in-between time when you don’t want to serve a full meal but you want something more than coffee cake or donuts. Prepare a tasty cheese and egg brunch.Grandma’s Homemade Bread
Can you think of a more special place to go than Grandma’s house? For me it was the very best place to go for a weekend. And there was no aroma in the world that could match the smell of Grandma’s homemade bread coming out of the oven.For The Love Of Lemons
Lemons have the most wonderful, refreshing taste. That is, they do if you can get past the mouth-puckering sourness. These recipes will provide the lemon flavor without the tang.Are You In A Cooking Rut?
Do your meals seem to be the same repeat week after week? Do you sometimes get in a rut with your cooking? Do you need something new to try? Here are two unique recipes you might enjoy.Russian Beet Winter Salad
Ok, so nobody really calls this salad ‘winter salad’. There is no ‘winter’ in the actual name of the salad, but I like to think of it as such because to me it’s rather too heavy for a summer or a spring meal. I normally wouldn’t be cooking anything like that, winter or summer. I prefer to eat light and avoid lots of starches and carbs, but baby Peaches, who’s been living inside my belly for almost 3.5 months, is starting to develop a taste for a heavy, starchy Russian food, and is forcing me to remember my Russian roots.