My husband came up with this recipe, and the girls liked the squash a lot better than my “just steam it” veggie strategy. We scarf it down each time it’s made!
3 yellow squash, sliced in circles (I’m sure zucchini would work too)
1/2 cup cornmeal
splash olive oil
pinch kosher salt
4 cloves garlic, minced [...]
This recipe is a spin-off of one I remember loving when we were vegetarian. I have long since lost the original recipe, but I knew the taste in my mouth, so here’s my replica. I also want to say that I thought there would be problems with my children eating this hearty soup. [...]
This is my favorite. It’s an adaptation of a few recipes, plus some twists of my own. The basic concept of adding Ginger Ale came from Alton Brown of Good Eats. Brilliant. Adding a little fresh ginger boosts the taste a bit, and the sauce ends up very yummy, but it [...]
Almost any vegetable seems to taste better roasted. This winter we have roasted green beans, zucchini, yellow squash, bell peppers, parsnips, leeks, broccoli, and of course, our favorite brussels sprouts. This is an easy way to add veggies to a dinner when you are already using the oven.
First tip: preheat oven to [...]
This is one of those easy-peasy recipes that is almost not worth writing down. But it’s so yummy (and the picture came out so well!), that I wanted to share.
This is a delicious gfcf, gluten free recipe! It is also a wheat free, dairy free, egg free, tree nut free, peanut free, fish [...]
I’ve always loved these, but they never turn out quite right. Then I saw a recipe on another website and played around with it until it worked well. This was a huge hit for brunch – there were no leftovers, and the children AND adults were wishing I had made more! The [...]
A wonderful old farmer/wood-carver at our local farmer’s market has had these gorgeous round zucchini lately. I bought a couple this past weekend, and decided they were perfect for making stuffed zucchini. If you need to use regular zucchini, the recipe is the same, except you will likely need more than two zucchini [...]
This is a delicious gfcf, gluten free, family-friendly recipe! It is also a wheat free, dairy free, egg free, tree nut free, peanut free, fish free, shellfish free, top 8 allergen free, corn free, vegan & vegetarian, and also South Beach phase 1 safe recipe.
This is barely a recipe, because it is soooo easy [...]
This is my adaptation of my grandmother’s Canister Cole slaw, or Deli Cole slaw recipe. It’s the only cole slaw I’ve ever liked – it tastes more like a salad, and has a fresh, tangy taste. My husband hates mayonnaise, and this is the only cole slaw he likes as well
This is [...]
When I received a gift of farm-fresh produce as barter for jewelry, I knew I needed to make pasta primavera. I know that it is usually made in the spring, but many of the best veggies in New England are harvested in the late summer or early fall. Feel free to substitute whatever [...]« go back — keep looking »