Mar 17

Healthy Asian spices & herbs on Kindle

All the talk and buzz in the media about healthy spices and herbs have sparked an interest on the subject for many, myself included. If you’re a regular visitor, you have seen my posts or maybe even received the free spice articles. It all lead to a project I’ve been working on for the past …

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Jan 31

Tasty Acorn Squash with mozzarella

Acorn squash with mozzarella

My husband and I like to experiment with cooking, but when he came home with an acorn squash last week, I thought “what in the world?” It looked like a mini pumpkin with a tough dark green skin, but I had no idea what to do with it. The only squash I know how to …

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Oct 12

Spices for flavor and health

spices

My mom has always been such a good cook, that I never bothered learning how to cook until I was on my own and with a husband to cook for. Fortunately, I was intrigued by what was making her food taste so good that I was happy to learn. Must have spices All the spices …

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Jul 29

Potato one-pot meal with cabbage and smoked sausage

Cabbage, sausage, potatoes, tomatoes, onion

Does this sound familiar? You come home late and you’re starving. There are no leftovers or frozen meals, and instead of ordering pizza or chinese, you want to have a quick, healthy meal. That was me, for the past two days! Glad I know some quick and easy recipes that get dinner on the table …

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Jul 21

Tasty Jamaican Jerk Chicken

Jamaican Jerk Chicken

  If you like spicy food, you should try Jamaican Jerk Chicken. It’s a different kind of hot & spicy than Javanese or Curry chicken, because the ‘burn’ is not only coming from the peppers. Although some of the spices used are found in all three recipes, the combination of allspice, cloves and nutmeg, add …

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May 15

Yummy Nutella

nutella

Nutella (or Tunella, as one of my grand daughters used to call it), a chocolate hazelnut spread originated in Italy, that we used to get from Holland, is one of my favorite sandwich topping. It was always hard to make it last until we got the next visitors who could bring us some more, so imagine …

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Apr 25

Polvorones (Sweet Almond Cookies) from Ecuador

polvorones almond cookies

Lately, I’ve been diving into Latin American cooking, cookies and desserts included. I found this simple recipe for almond cookies from Ecuador and wanted to give it a try. Initially I planned to double the recipe, but 3 cups flour looked like it would generate a big enough batch, especially since this was an experiment. Well, I wished …

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Feb 27

Bake bread in your slow cooker

slow cooker baked bread

If you’ve been reading this blog, you know by now that I love using kitchen tools, gadgets, instruments, whatever they’re called. I especially love those that make life easier and my crockpot is on that list too! The reason I like the crockpot, is that you add your ingredients, turn it on, walk away, and …

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Feb 06

French clay pot chicken

romertopf clay pot

Some say the first clay pots were used by native Americans who cooked their meals in pottery placed in the ground and surrounded by hot coals, essentially creating an oven. Others claim that the clay pot has been in existence since Roman times. No matter it’s origin, this form of cooking creates one of the best tasting and …

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Jan 14

Change is a constant

old MCC

As you may have noticed, we changed our look!! It’s a New Year so why not? After four years of the same design, I thought it was time for a change.  It took a few weeks before I finally found a pleasing and easy to manage design, but here it is! (although still a work in progress) You will see …

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