So i haven’t blogged for a while because I’ve been busy taking a class in writing books for kids! But I am still cooking when get the chance – and writing a column each week for the paper. Here’s a casserole I made the other day, with sweet potatoes, Brussels … Continue reading
So… I’m trying to get back to a more regular blog post schedule. Here is what we had for dinner tonight – it is a frequent easy meal around our house. This recipe came to us from Mom’s friend and work colleague at the Cell Center, Donna – who was … Continue reading
This has long been one of our favorites. So yesterday when i took the casserole to our Maundy Thursday potluck at church, it was good to see others liked it too! They were taking seconds and asking for the recipe. It’s on p. 219 in Garden Gourmet.
Tonight’s dinner: a simple casserole of Brussels sprouts, eggs and cheese, salad, and roasted potato “fries” Recipe for the Easy, Cheesy Brussels Sprouts Bake is on p. 169 of my new cookbook, Garden Gourmet. For the roasted potatoes, just peel, quarter and … Continue reading
Tonight’s Dinner: Green Bean Bake. This casserole is light and puffy from the eggs and bread, full of veggies (green beans) and flavored with cheese. The recipe is in Garden Gourmet: Fresh & Fabulous Meals from your North Country Garden, CSA or Farmers’ Market, on page 219. I used a … Continue reading
Green Bean Bake This recipe is from my new book, Garden Gourmet. Ingredients: 3-4 cups green beans (about a pound or a bit less) 1 yellow onion 2 eggs 1 /2 tsp salt 1cup milk 1/2 cup bread crumbs 1 cup grated sharp Cheddar cheese Topping: 2 Tablespoons additional … Continue reading
So, we still had one lonely Butternut squash that I bought in November at our Farmers’ Market. (Winter squash is one of the few vegetables we don’t grow in the garden; they take a lot of space, and produce more than we like to eat). I decided to use some … Continue reading