There was a gorgeous hubbard squash (a small-ish one) sitting on the counter for the past few weeks. I was waiting to decide what to do with it. When DH went hunting, I decided that I wanted to make something with squash. Nothing fussy, preferably something I could use as a main dish (for myself, and I don’t mind vegetarian). Rachel Ray to the rescue!
I first posted this recipe in December of 2009. Wow, seems like ages ago! I’ve done several variations since, but decided to try a summer version using the first peppers out of my garden.
Last Saturday I took a class on Simple Cooking. We had delicious beans, rice, and coleslaw dishes. I was inspired to find the local store that someone said had a great selection of dried beans and lentils. Tonight I dug out my copy of Extending the Table: A World Community Cookbook and decided to try a variation of the recipe for East Indian Spinach and Lentils.
Normally, DH hates spaghetti squash. Truthfully so do I. There is no way you can fool anyone, it DOES NOT in any way replace spaghetti. So to put out a big plate of “spaghetti squash noodles” and put some spaghetti sauce on top and try to pretend otherwise only leads to great disappointment. So when […]
I was looking through some of my old posts and came across a favorite recipe for Harvest Bounty Rice that I had forgotten about. It’s a super easy weeknight option that uses very common ingredients but is still tasty. Ingredients: 1 lb ground beef, pork or venison one medium onion (chopped) one green pepper (chopped) […]
I chose this recipe from Clean Eating Magazine because one can never have too many kale recipes. And it sounded good.