As you may recall, I am allergic to cranberries. I know, it's a weird allergy. What happens? My face gets itchy and blotchy and my throat swells up. There are so many great cranberry recipes, though, and a few in Simply in Season. In order to give these recipes their fair chance at appearing in ... Read More about Cranberry Apple Crisp – GUEST BLOGGER!
This recipe is adapted VERY loosely from "Seitan with Peanut Sauce" from Simply in Season. For starters, I went to a health food store and a large grocery store and found no sign of seitan, which is apparently a great "alternative protein" that is easy to make. However, I decided that I am going to ... Read More about Tofu Hodgepodge
Nice easy recipe tonight, which is good because I went for a brisk walk with my friend so I didn't have much time. Troy threw on some venison steak on the grill and I made Confetti Kale as a side. While I was stir frying we had the following conversation: Me: "I really like greens now." Troy: ... Read More about Confetti Kale
I'm not sure why, but I hardly ever eat green salad at home, but I love them in restaurants. I always think to myself, "I should recreate this at home." Unfortunately I haven't, until tonight. This salad is easy peasy, but for some reason I wouldn't have thought to make it if it wasn't in the book. ... Read More about Green Salad with Autumn Fruit
For my second soup attempt of the day, I chose Butternut Harvest Stew from the autumn section of Simply in Season. It begins easy enough, melt 2 T butter and saute 1 medium onion, chopped and 2 cloves of minced garlic along with 1.5 lb of cubed pork until the meat is no longer pink. I bought the ... Read More about Butternut Harvest Stew