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Gingersnaps, and variations

First posting in a very long time! Gingersnaps are a snack-time staple, and surprisingly popular with kids.

By |April 16th, 2021|Full Recipe Blog Post|0 Comments


Quick and easy, you can stock your freezer, or wow your friends. For the full posting, click here.Naan - You can make 6 fairly large flatbreads from this amount, or you can make them as small as you want. - Yeast, Sugar, Warm water, All Purpose Flour, Table Salt (or 1 1/2 tsp Kosher Salt), [...]

By |July 5th, 2017|Recipe Post|0 Comments

Naan, and why you need a cast iron frying pan

There's nothing authentic or traditional about this naan, but it's a serviceable flatbread you can easily make at home - I was surprised how quick and easy it was! Make it any size you want, any shape you want, and stock your freezer with this excellent multi-tasker.

By |July 2nd, 2017|Full Recipe Blog Post|0 Comments

Crustless Cottage Cheese Quiche

This recipe is just the beginning.  For all kinds of ideas, check out the full blog posting by clicking here.  Crustless Cottage Cheese Quiche - This recipe is easily halved. - For the Base:, Cottage Cheese, Eggs, Flour (which could be gluten free), Salt, Black Pepper, Additional Ingredients:, Grated cheese, chopped cooked meat or fish, [...]

By |February 4th, 2017|Recipe Post|0 Comments

Breakfast On the Go — Cottage Cheese Quiche

It's my mission to put more money in your pocket by giving you ways to avoid drive-through breakfast, or take-out lunch, or even desperation fast-food dinner. This recipe is very versatile. Having single servings of crustless quiche on hand does not mean that every meal is going to be the same as the last one. Check out all the options!

By |February 4th, 2017|Full Recipe Blog Post|0 Comments

Start Here — Barley and Lentil Salad Base

This is more of a "How To" article than any kind of single recipe. Think of it as a call to action, at a time when most of us have abandoned our New Year's Resolutions. It's a little helper for all those who want to take lunch from home, but hate sandwiches and find lettuce salads unsatisfactory. Vegetarian too, although nothing would stop you from adding in a little tuna or bacon....

By |February 1st, 2017|How To|0 Comments

Shepherd’s Pie

...or you could call it "Cottage Pie" if you prefer.  The meat base is Carter's "Breakfast Stew". For all the details, check out the full posting by clicking here.Shepherd's Pie - If you want to make enough to fill an 8 or 9 inch square baking dish, double this recipe. - Prepared Mashed Potatoes, Egg [...]

By |January 31st, 2017|Recipe Post|0 Comments

Shepherd’s Pie — Winter Comfort Food

This is a re-posting of an old chestnut. Not only can you fill your freezer with tasty goodness, you can find out where Carter's "Breakfast Stew" came from.

By |January 31st, 2017|Full Recipe Blog Post|0 Comments

Green Bennie Sauce

or Avocado Hollandaise, if you prefer.  This pale green sauce makes an excellent alternative Eggs Bennie. For all the details, check out the full blog posting by clicking here.  Green Bennie Sauce - You can use a standard blender, immersion (hand-held) blender, or small food processor - Avocado, Very Hot Water, Fresh Lemon Juice, Good [...]

By |January 26th, 2017|Recipe Post|0 Comments

A Green Approach to Eggs Benedict

Green Eggs and Ham -- move over and make room for Green Bennies. Avocado and olive oil make a tasty alternative to Hollandaise in my new brunch favorite.

By |January 26th, 2017|Full Recipe Blog Post|0 Comments