The Harvest of the Month at Sustainable Connections for June is Salad Greens. I decided to pair the salad greens with a chunky, creamy, cheddar salad dressing. The creamy salad dressing is perfect with crisp salad greens fresh from local farms or… Read More
I would like you to meet my sister-in-law Norma. Norma is a “Get ‘er done” no nonsense, hard working, practical kind of person. Norma would adopt the world if she could. She would tuck each individual under her wing and give them… Read More
Potlucks are such a wonderful invention. It’s a time for connecting with old friends and making new friends. It’s a time for sharing and laughing and eating. Lots of eating. I love that I get to try so many wonderful food that… Read More
It’s magical each time you dip the soft silky frosting deep into the thick chocolate and it comes out a beautiful cone.
I’m really excited to share this recipe with you today. This has to be one of my new favorite Paneer dishes, because of the crispy texture of the Paneer and luscious creaminess of the sauce.
Our neighbor Shyla has a secret garden at her house with a gargantuan spider guarding the entrance. The spider sits just above eye level for me so I almost didn’t see it…
For the dressing, I mixed my favorite blue cheese, Rogue River Caveman Blue, with our own yogurt. I have been in love with Rogue River cheeses ever since we visited them a few years ago.
I wanted to make a special cake for John for his birthday yesterday. John is not a fan of birthday cake, especially the cloying sweetness the frosting. When I make cupcakes, I always set a few aside without frosting, just for him…. Read More
One thing that is tricky when cooking with yogurt is sauces. Yogurt adds a rich, luscious tang but can be frustrating if not added properly.