In 2016 Jay Jones, freelance writer for the Chicago Tribune, shared the story of Colonel Sander’s nephew, who showed him an old family scrapbook listing (you guessed it) the family secret blend of 11 herbs and spices for KFC’s famous fried chicken. Countless people, through the years, have tried to unearth this gastronomic treasure. And KFC […]
Adapted from Eric Akis, cookbook author and Times Colonist http://www.timescolonist.com/life/food-drink/eric-akis-swedish-meatballs-in-gravy-1.11205497 This dish has been made for centuries in Sweden. There are numerous variations on how folks say it should be made. Some recipes ask for cooked, diced onions to be added to the raw meat, others call for raw, grated onion. Some prefer to make […]
Steeping chicken broth with sprigs of rosemary and thyme for a few minutes adds great flavor to this creamy soup. The sandwich is toasted under the broiler and served open-faced (with or without tomatoes). This delicious meal can be made in as little as five or six minutes. 2 sprigs rosemary 2 sprigs thyme […]
Getting close to Mother Nature never tasted better!
Weed your garden and enjoy a new taste treat at the same time, this is a great recipe!
This is a wonderful way to enjoy asparagus! Bon Appetit!
Mama mia! That’s a tasty recipe! Not to mention fact, easy, healthy and gluten-free!
Holiday Banana Bread is a sweet pretty treat for your family during the holidays. Chocolate chips, cherries and pecans give this bread a festive appearance and make it a sweet alternative to fruit cake.
My mother’s mother raised 5 children in a rural part of Washington State through the Great Depression. She could barely read or write, but she did know how to cook.
Not everyone likes to eat squash, but this recipe is sure to delight even the choosiest of pallets! It’s wonderful to enjoy on a cool autumn night.
Enjoy this fresh quinoa recipe…