OK, lest you think that I love every single recipe in Simply in Season, I will post a negative review. I spent all morning shredding zucchini by hand since my KitchenAid attachment doesn't seem to be working correctly. Some of it I used to make zucchini yeast rolls on page 87. Big yuck. For ... Read More about Zucchini Yeast Rolls: Fail
This soup was SUPER easy. One thing I love about the Simply in Season recipes, they are easy and lend themselves to adapting to whatever you have on hand. [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:2] YUM! Dear Husband said "this is good! And I don't even like tomato soup." ... Read More about Fresh Tomato Soup
My first foray into canning: success! Last year I took a canning class at my CSA. It was so fun that I went out and bought a water bath canner, which is basically a large pot with a rack. I received several canning/food preservation books from my mom for Christmas so I scoured them and one common ... Read More about Pickled Green Beans / Dilly Beans / Canning 101
Last night I started to think about what "rules" I would give myself for this challenge. Would I give myself a deadline? I looked at the table of contents for each season and there are 27 Breads recipes, 10 Breakfast recipes, 36 Soup recipes, 29 Salad recipes, 37 Sides, 75 Main Dishes, 47 Desserts, ... Read More about No rules, just right.
So, I'm starting a fresh blog on WordPress. Blogger was a bit clunky. I took a break while I blogged on my Diet Boot Camp experience. But now I'm back at it! In my continued quest for realistic simple living, and inspired by Julie and Julia, I will be cooking through Simply in Season. More to come! ... Read More about Hello world!