Spring has sprung, and I have a new variety of daffodil in my garden. You won’t find bulbs for these in any store, because they’re cake pops! I won’t claim cake pops are healthy, except that I like how they’re only two or three bites […]
Have you ever wondered what to do with asparagus ends? Wonder no more! Here’s how to turn those woody ends of asparagus into creamy, flavorful, asparagus ends soup.
Half way through winter I start itching for fresh produce. I’m grew up in Hawaii where so much fresh produce is available year round because of the mild weather. While we love our root vegetables and kale chips, I start craving the things I see […]
Lemonade is a drink with endless possibilities. After the great success of my strawberry lemonade, I’ve been daydreaming about different medleys like blueberries, or cherries, or even pineapple. Unfortunately I don’t have any of those growing in my own backyard but I do have plenty […]
The pilot series of the Healthy Cooking on a Tight Budget Program has been completed! One purpose of the classes was to provide recipes using ingredients that are commonly turned down at the Food Bank because people don’t know how to use them. The first […]
I saw these feta prosciutto rolls on David Lebovitz’s site a little over a month ago and was smitten. I’m always on the lookout for feta recipes, in fact I buy feta in bulk because I just can’t get enough of it! I’ve made these […]
“I think we should grill today,” Eric said, looking outside at the robin’s egg sky with fluffy marshmallow clouds. I wasn’t sure I trusted that sky because over the past week it was filled with a beautiful sun that was deceptively cold then would shock […]
Another strawberry dessert! I was needing to use up my strawberries and thinking about what I’d make with them when I walked into our local grocery store and saw angel food cake bars for $1. I looked at the list of ingredients and was surprised […]