Tag: carrots

Carrot Tomato Soup Recipe with Canned or Fresh Tomatoes

Carrot Tomato Soup Recipe with Canned or Fresh Tomatoes

This carrot tomato soup recipe is an update from the archives. Originally posted in July of 2012, it’s still a family favorite that I just made with some fresh picked tomatoes and carrots from our garden. This beautiful carrot tomato soup is slightly sweet and […]

Homemade Vegetable Stock Recipe

Homemade Vegetable Stock Recipe

This homemade vegetable stock recipe just might blow your mind! (Today’s post is an update from the archives, originally posted in October of 2010.) When you’re on a tight budget, you’re always looking for ways to scrimp and save.  One of the easiest ways to […]

Thai Ground Beef Recipe with Mint, Carrots, and Peppers

Thai Ground Beef Recipe with Mint, Carrots, and Peppers

This easy recipe for Thai ground beef is ready in about half an hour, and super kid friendly. It’s also simple to make paleo or gluten free. There is something addicting and enchanting about the amazing blend of complex flavors in traditional Thai food. We love eating out […]

Frozen’s Olaf Snowman Cheese Snack for Kids

Frozen’s Olaf Snowman Cheese Snack for Kids

I have been seeing a lot of cute edible Olafs, made out of marshmallows or cookies, all over Pinterest. Corban has never seen Disney’s Frozen, he’s way too young, but he really loves snowmen and gets excited whenever he sees any Olaf merchandise. So I thought […]

Asian Slaw with Beet Carrots and Kohlrabi Recipe

Asian Slaw with Beet Carrots and Kohlrabi Recipe

Kohlrabi. Just the name sounds funny, and it looks even funnier. I have to admit, I still haven’t exactly figured out a recipe that really features kohlrabi. It’s kind of like a dense bulb of leafless cabbage. It can be purple, green, or white, and […]

Vegan Gluten Free Coleslaw Recipe

Vegan Gluten Free Coleslaw Recipe

What a month it’s been!  The past two weeks I’ve been working several ten to twelve hour days for my regular job, plus teaching four cooking classes.  Oh and let’s not forget the birthday parties, potlucks, family events and fundraisers.  I’m lucky if I have […]

Asian Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe with Homemade Chicken Stock

Asian Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe with Homemade Chicken Stock

When trying to stretch your food budget, it’s a good idea to look at cultures that have been doing so with excellence for thousands of years.  The Chinese know the art of nose to tail eating, or using every part of an animal.  While some […]

Maple Orange Carrots Recipe

Maple Orange Carrots Recipe

Eric and I love carrots.  This is a good thing since they’re a much cheaper vegetable than some of our other favorites like asparagus and bell peppers.  This year I wanted to come up with a few more affordable Thanksgiving side dishes.  I’ve been doing […]