This soup is so much better than canned soup and it really doesn’t take much more to make! This is inspired by my days at The Ballymaloe Cookery School in County Cork, Ireland. Such wonderful memories! This can be made vegetarian by substituting vegetable stock for the chicken stock. Vegan […]
This Homemade Tomato Sauce is one of the very best ways to preserve the wonderful fresh flavor of summer tomatoes for use in the off months. You can use it in soups, sauces, casseroles, stews, etc. I wouldn’t use most typical grocery store fresh tomatoes to make this recipe. I […]
This is an easy way to have a side dish with both starch and some vegetables. Honestly, this one is a Quarantine 2020 creation. The only vegetables I had in the pantry were carrots and onions. This was a great way to eat them. Thoroughly delicious! Enjoy! This can easily […]
I never used to like hummus and it is such a huge trend these days. While I was at Ballymaloe, I was introduced to dried chickpeas. I honestly didn’t realize there was such a thing. Typically in America, we only have canned chickpeas and the texture of canned chickpeas is […]
Gremolata is an Italian condiment that can be sprinkled on almost anything including hummus, pizza, pasta, and soup. It can be made by hand; just be sure everything is finely chopped. You can also make it in a food processor, especially if you need a lot.
This is another recipe from the Marcia Adams Cookbooks so it’s Amish in origin. Of course, I’ve adapted it to my own way of things. It’s almost as easy as opening a can of Campbell’s Tomato Soup so I don’t think we’ve done that in years. If you prefer to […]
This is an adaptation of a recipe by Patrick and Gina Neely. I’ve never made it with frozen green beans, but I think it could be easily adapted for that. This is one of my favorite and easiest recipes for green beans. This could be made vegan, by using 2 […]