Once again, I’ve discovered a tasty new-to-me vegetable – Kale Sprouts! The coloring and leaves look very similar to Red Russian Kale, but there is a little head in the center. When I learned that they are a hybrid cross between kale and Brussels Sprouts, it all made sense. The flavor is delicious and the […]
It’s Seville Orange season! These oranges were just made for marmalade. They are very juicy and have a tangy flavor that cooks up sweet and tart. Marmalade doesn’t have to be a difficult production involving large batches, pectin, thermometers and specialized canning equipment. I can make a single jar in about 15 minutes from start […]
I thoroughly enjoy eating crepes, but have not mastered my crepe making skills. Mine taste good, but are not at all attractive. When I found out that Melissa’s has pre-packaged, ready to use crepes, I knew this was my solution. Now my crepes can look pretty and taste good. Strawberry Papaya Crepe Filling Recipe Ingredients: […]
Ugli Fruit ! No, I did not make a typo. The correct spelling of this fruit is ugly with an “i” or they can be called Uniq Fruit.
I love starting my day with a hot breakfast. Hot cereal made with nutrient rich quinoa and fresh fruit is a great way to fuel my body for whatever the day has in store for me. This is another recipe from the new Melissa’s 50 Best Plants on The Planet Cookbook. Breakfast Quinoa with Blackberries Yields 5 […]