Have I mentioned our drought a time or two thousand?? Well, after 2 big snows we have warmed up and are enjoying a quiet Saturday with a good soaking rain. I do have to venture out to run an errand eventually, but for now I've got beef stock cooking in the pressure cooker for a… Continue reading Simple is Not Boring
FINALLY! I love the seasons, but lately southern Kansas has been changing (like over the last several years) and we are getting shorter and shorter spring and fall seasons and milder winters. THAT is why I am so excited about Winter Storm Q!! Besides the changing weather patterns we have been in a nasty drought.… Continue reading Let Me “Q” You In
Maybe when it's called for in a recipe, or you just want to ramp up the flavor in a dish you can simply throw in a cube (or teaspoon) or two of commercial bouillon. That's great if that's how you roll. However, that's just not possible for someone who is allergic to the allium family… Continue reading Get Your Bouillon On!
There is something I truly know, without a doubt, no matter your circumstances...you are LOVED! Spent time reminiscing with friends and family earlier today about Valentine's Day during our early school days. What I seem to remember most is that no matter what the "rules" were, there were ALWAYS children who broke them and excluded… Continue reading Oh, Yes You ARE!
Happy Weekend! Thought I would end the week by sharing the recipe for Sauteed Kale I served with my Artichoke Chicken. Mostly when I hear about sauteed greens, garlic and often onions are involved. That's great if you can have those things, but I can't...so I wondered what I might do instead. Here's what I… Continue reading Sauteed Kale with Crushed Red Pepper
This dish was inspired by Pinterest and a guest on The Chew, but I had to make so many changes for my allergies & lifestyle that it's pretty much become my own. It's easy to assemble and stick it in the oven. You do have to baste the chicken every 30 minutes, but oh the… Continue reading Artichoke Chicken