Crispy Meringues

There are several kinds of meringue.  This is the one that's crispy all the way through. For lots of shaping and flavoring options, please review the full blog posting by clicking here.Crispy Meringues - This recipe can be doubled if you have more egg whites to use up. - Egg Whites (from large eggs), Cream [...]

By |December 11th, 2015|Recipe Post|0 Comments

German Chocolate Cookie Brittle

The flavor profile for this tasty treat can be modified in any way your imagination takes it. To review the full recipe blog, click here.German Chocolate Cookie Brittle - - granulated sugar, Packed Brown Sugar, Flour ((Gluten Free Flour will work)), Salt, Butter (melted and cooled slightly), Egg Yolks, Vanilla, Finely Chopped Pecans, Flaked Coconut, [...]

By |December 10th, 2015|Recipe Post|0 Comments

A Small Batch of Cookies

When you don't want to kill yourself with kindness, try this small recipe.   For a whole bunch of suggestions and information, check out the full blog posting by clicking here.A Small Batch of Cookies - Infinitely variable. Choose your own adventure. - Butter (melted and cooled), White Sugar, Packed Brown Sugar, Beaten egg (1/2 [...]

By |November 10th, 2015|Recipe Post|0 Comments

Biscotti for Beginners

Biscotti make a very nice gift from the kitchen any time.   For variation suggestions, please visit the blog posting by clicking here.Biscotti for Beginners - Start with this, and then invent your own flavor. - Butter (melted and cooled), Vanilla, Egg (size matters), Salt, Baking Powder, Sugar, * All-Purpose Flour, Pastry or Cake Flour, [...]

By |November 10th, 2015|Recipe Post|0 Comments

Chocolate Granola

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  Chocolate Granola makes breakfast feel like dessert! For all the possible variations, feel free to review the complete blog posting by clicking here.Chocolate Granola - Even picky eaters will like this! Pack it in a snack bag to go. - Rolled Oats ((Large flake preferred)), Chopped Nuts, (any [...]

By |September 2nd, 2015|Recipe Post|0 Comments


Affordable and nutritions, falafel are great for parties, and for everyday too.  Keep some in the freezer. For the full story, check out the complete blog posting here.Falafel - This is the "bare bones" recipe. Please review the full blog posting for variations in preparation and seasoning, and ideas for serving. - Chickpeas, (or about [...]

By |September 1st, 2015|Recipe Post|0 Comments


Tapenade is a quick an easy entertainer, and a versatile ingredient too.  Dip, sandwich spread, pizza topping -- lots of possibilities. For all alternate ingredient ideas, please refer to the complete blog posting by clicking here.  Tapenade - Make a little, make a lot. It freezes! - Pitted Olives, (black, green, or a combination), Anchovy Paste [...]

By |August 12th, 2015|Recipe Post|0 Comments

Roasted Red Pepper Dip

This is a very easy blender recipe.  Make it as zippy as you like. For the "How to Roast Red Peppers" posting, click here.Roasted Red Pepper Dip - Make any amount you like. This freezes well. Stir some into your mac and cheese! - Roasted Red Peppers, (from a jar, or your own), Feta Cheese [...]

By |August 9th, 2015|Recipe Post|0 Comments

Oven-Dried Tomatoes (The Fancy Method)

This recipe takes a bit of effort, but it's well worth it. For all the details, check out the full blog posting here.Oven-Dried Tomatoes (The Fancy Method) - Although Roma tomatoes are specified, whole grape tomatoes can be dried with the same ingredients. The amounts are merely suggestions -- you can adjust them to taste. [...]

By |August 7th, 2015|Recipe Post|0 Comments

Tomato “Raisins”

These oven-dried grape tomatoes are easy to produce year 'round.  The same ingredients and method can be applied to halved, de-seeded Roma tomatoes, but the drying time will be much longer. For all the details, check out the blog posting here.Tomato "Raisins" - These are an excellent snack all by themselves, and a great addition [...]

By |August 7th, 2015|Recipe Post|0 Comments