I am completely a soupaholic, I just freaking love soup. Today Dad is working the night shift so he got to go cross country skiing during the day, it's super cold out so I made him some healthy hot soup for when he got back, we all got to eat some for lunch. I made… Continue reading Tomato, Fennel, And Spinach Soup
I found fresh Tumeric at the store and couldn't wait to try cooking with it! I also bought some local honey and I've read that the two pair well together. So tonight for dinner we are having Cauliflower soup with Tumeric, Ginger and Honey. It's the last bag of cauliflower from our garden this summer… Continue reading Cauliflower Soup With Tumeric, Ginger And Honey
My oven crapped out this morning! Big Bang, then no heat. Sad moment, I love cooking with the oven. Dad says he'll try to fix it when he gets home from work, if not I guess we know what we're getting for an early Christmas present! It didn't come as a surprise, it has been… Continue reading Quiche
Last night for dinner I made Sloppy Joes on homemade buns. The kids LOVED it! It was pretty delish! I'm loving that we can still add a touch of the garden into our meals with canned tomatoes and onions and jalapeño. I have included both the recipe for the buns and the sloppy joes. This… Continue reading Sloppy Joes
It's like thanksgiving again at our house when we pull one of our homegrown chickens out of the freezer and pair it with veggies from the garden. Last night we had roasted chicken with roasted veggies and everything in our meal except for the olive oil, salt and pepper and garlic (we had another unsuccessful… Continue reading Home Grown Chicken And Veggies
Fall is soup season for us! Lots of veggies coming out of the garden, some we keep for winter and many end up in yummy warm bowls of love. Dad has canned 23 cans of tomatoes for the winter and now I get to cook with what's left. There was still a box of beautiful… Continue reading Creamy Roasted Garlic And Tomato Soup
Today I pulled beets from the garden, and for the first time I have about a hundred left over after cooking with them all summer. I'm not sure how I should prepare them for the winter. I've read about storing them in a box with sand, freezing cooked beets, or canning, I don't want to… Continue reading Beets for the winter?