This vegan Split Pea Soup recipe is hearty and delicious. It’s a simple recipe that doesn’t require much chopping, and it cooks quickly. This makes Split Pea Soup the perfect recipe for a weeknight dinner.
These cookies are crisp, delicious, and loaded with peanut butter flavor. Because they contain no flour, they are gluten free, so they’re a great cookie to have in your arsenal of cookie recipes for gifting during the holidays.
When I was a child, my parents didn’t have a lot of money. In spite of that, I rarely felt that we had to do without. There was always food on the table, and my mom was a very good cook. This recipe had originally been planned as part of my 30 days of beans series, but I discovered that pies could be made from […]
With Easter just around the corner, I have been thinking of the food traditions from my childhood. One of the traditions of the season was Creamed Eggs on Toast. Another was Glorified Rice. I don’t know how this dish got its name, so I have no idea why it was called glorified. I only know that it was delicious and a childhood favorite. Occasionally, my […]
My mom was a really good cook. She was able to create a delicious meal out of almost anything. One of the things I miss most since her death is being able to call her up on the phone and tell her about a new recipe I discovered. Even though she has been gone for over two years, I still find myself thinking that I […]
Easter is a time that I can be certain of a surplus of hard-boiled eggs that need to be transformed into something delicious. One of the traditional after Easter hard-boiled egg dishes in my home has always been Creamed Eggs on Toast. Another, more obvious use for those leftover Easter eggs, is deviled eggs. Deviled Eggs are amazing and versatile. I honestly don’t think people […]
The story goes that one New Year’s Eve before I was born, my mother and brother were sitting around with nothing to do. My mom wanted to make the evening more memorable, but money was very tight. There wasn’t enough money for anything extra, so my mother looked in the refrigerator and found 2 or 3 wieners (she called them “weenies,” but most people call […]
When I was away at college, I spoke with my parents at least once a week. It was during one of these weekly calls that my mother told me about a sandwich that she and my father had for lunch one day while traveling to a neighboring town. The sandwich was called “The Zorba.” She described the ingredients, a mixture of ground beef, broccoli, and […]
As I prepared for my family’s 4th of July soiree, I scoured the internet looking for some ideas I could use to wow my guests. I found myself amazed at some of the great ideas floating around the web and picked several of them that I really liked and thought would be good to have on hand to present throughout the day. As I contemplated […]
My earliest memories are of being in the kitchen with my mom. Back then, she was Mama, not Mom. I remember watching her make pies, mixing up the crusts by touch, with her experienced hands able to tell if the dough was too wet, or too dry, without measuring. I would sit, transfixed, on a chair, as I watched her chop fruits and vegetables to […]