This week I began teaching a foods class to a local school. During that hour, I had more fun than…oh wait, I had a really fun summer so it hasn’t been that long since I had that much fun.
Our first lesson consisted of a brief introduction (Hi. My name’s Mrs. [...]Continue Reading →
This summer my sister-in-law said to me, “I want you to give me cooking lessons.” Don’t worry dear Reader, I laughed. She is a good cook in her own right and didn’t need much from me. After she requested the lessons but before she came to my house, I sneaked away to visit sister-friends in [...]Continue Reading →
What can I say? It’s this simple:
Make buttermilk syrup and let it cool in the fridge (can be done even a few days in advance). Recipe below.
Buy peaches at your local farmers’ market.
Wash, peel, and slice peaches.
Drizzle peaches with buttermilk syrup.
Email me because you can’t believe [...]Continue Reading →
The school train is rolling down the tracks. So here is a great post from the past to add to our growing collection of great school morning breakfasts. Enjoy.
Originally published January 29th, 2008
Oatmeal is a perfect food. It is easy to cook. It is easily influenced by other flavors. It is [...]Continue Reading →
Don’t be jealous. Here is this morning’s breakfast:
I started with sautéd onions. While they were sizzling I unloaded the dishwasher. When the onions were just right I added the spinach and let it wilt just a bit.
After that I added the eggs and feta and mixed it [...]Continue Reading →
That’s right. They taste like you are eating a cloud; or at least sitting on a cloud eating a pancake. As the summer winds down and school ramps up, here is a killer pancake recipe.
3 cups all purpose flour
7 teaspoons baking powder (yes, you read that right)
September is a funny month to me, and I’ll tell you why. I feel like it’s another “new year”. In fact, in my life I have three “new years” within one calendar year: January 1st, January 21st, and Whatever Day School Starts. Let me explain.
I am a big fan of resolutions. December 31st usually [...]Continue Reading →
Growing up on a farm, as cliche as this sounds, we had hot breakfasts most mornings. My favorite hot cereal was Ralston, which is hard to find nowadays. Another favorite was and is Cream of Wheat. I introduced Cream of Wheat to my children when they were babies. They love it. In case you’ve forgotten [...]Continue Reading →
Winter is settling in and we may as well get used to it. My sister called me a few days ago enraged that I hadn’t posted this little beauty. It is my favorite pancake recipe from my dear friend Mindy H. She gave this to me years ago. Enjoy.
1 cup [...]