When you cook for 4 children, some nights breakfast is the only thing that suits everyone’s palates.
Winter squash is such an easy and wonderful way to mix up your main dishes in the Fall and Winter months.
remember how i told you about those sweet potatoes that we grew this past Summer? want to guess how many are left from that harvest? yep. you guessed it. more than we know what to do with. so in an effort to use them up before they spoil, we’ve been throwing them in all kinds […]
this is a family favorite of mine. i love it for many reasons. the flavor is just wow! see ya later flour quiche crust. something about the rich flavor of the sweet potato crust is a perfect compliment to the dish as a whole. and use the recipe as a guide, but fill the egg […]
Did your mom ever buy a plastic container of what looked like grass, when you were little? Mine did. It was a tiny tub of bean sprouts. And my mother would load sandwiches with those wirey sprouts. Oddly enough, as a little one, I really liked sprouts. I’m betting your family will, too; especially if you […]
until i was about 20 years old, my family had a cottage on a river near my hometown. so summers meant crabbing and fishing.
Some of my favorite things during the Spring time in the South are: walking barefoot outside, the choir of bugs at night, rainy afternoons, fresh produce and eating outside. When I told you about Humble Roots farm in my last post with that beautiful Kohlrabi, I wanted so badly to go ahead and share this […]
Last week I visited one of our local farmer’s markets. It’s located on the grounds of an old plantation that’s been turned into a sight-seeing and locale for many events. And with all of the local farmers and artists, it was even more magical. Spring, in our little Southern town, means that Azaleas decorate most […]
There’s no pretty name for these things. In fact, they aren’t all that pretty either. But they are good. That, I can promise. And around my house, my personal favorite way to eat them is to pile them with eggs, avocado and veggies (and maybe a little hot sauce or salsa). As for my children, […]
this time of year is so nostalgic for me. growing up, my parents fed us so well. i remember being sick of eating steak and vegetables. ha! before dinner, if we were hungry, my mom would say, “you can eat your salad first if you’re hungry.” because most of our meals were coupled with a […]