Indiana had a late spring, which meant a somewhat delayed start to the garden growing season. But in the space of a few weeks, I’ve gone from begging my plants to produce to trying to find ways to use up the herbs and cherry tomatoes that are exploding from my garden boxes. Hubs had grilled Read More
I first made these for a work assignment when I chose several recipes from my organizationâ€™s international family cookbook to make for a marketing project. I picked this recipe because I thought it was interesting that missionaries from three different countries submitted variations on this snack â€“ Kenya, Bolivia, and Honduras.
Today’s recipe comes from Laurie Colwinâ€™s first cooking memoir. I love Laurie Colwin. Her writing is beautiful, emotional, and shows good humor. She wrote fiction throughout the 70s and 80s, and died at the age of 54 in 1992. I’ve read some of her fiction, but my favorites are her two cooking books: part memoirs, part recipes. They will probably be featured heavily in this blog!
Ahh, simple. We’re all fans of “instant” recipes that taste amazing. Something you can whip up quickly but still has a wow factor. This is definitely one of those, courtesy of a B&B where Hubs and I stayed near Hershey, Pennsylvania, while my parents kindly kept the kids for a few so we could have a nice getaway.
Quick, easy, and oh so yummy! I have been flipping through Taste of Home magazines since I was a kid. The recipes seemed to paint a picture of a wholesome, rural, simple life, possibly with well-behaved chickens pecking around and a gently-worn but not-entirely-decrepit red barn as a backdrop.