Here in Ohio, the snow is falling steady and the chilly temperature is causing many of us to bundle up in layers. On a day like today, what could be better than a hot bowl of homemade soup? Continue reading
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in January 2015. Since most of us have been experiencing bitter cold temperatures lately, we thought a good, hot soup is just what we need. Enjoy!
After a frantic few weeks of holiday cooking, you’re probably ready to put together some meals that are nearly heat and eat. Beef Barley Soup can do that for you, putting roast beef leftovers to good use, and adding barley for more protein and staying power. We usually plan for a chuck or arm roast that will allow us to have a pound or so of meat left, and we usually freeze a fourth to a half batch of the beef and barley soup made from the leftover beef. Continue reading
Does your day start like you are an air traffic controller? Everyone is racing around. You are heading out the door to work, to school. Make a hot breakfast? Really! You are happy if your shoes match. Continue reading
#1 — You’re gonna have to do a lot of dishes (and a lot will be hand wash only).
Baking from scratch means saying goodbye to your one bowl recipes and hello to a sinkful of dishes. Keep in mind that a lot of baking gear isn’t dishwasher friendly either, so break out the drying rack and the dish soap, and hope someone else picks up the slack for you. Continue reading
Juniper Berry Recipes
There are a variety of ways you can use juniper berries to add a vibrant kick to your holiday cooking, from dried to fresh, and game meats to baked goods. Continue reading
Juniper bushes are best known as those prickly evergreens that jab through the toughest layers of your clothing to cause you misery, while perfuming you with every poke, but did you know you can cook with them? Continue reading
What is the best holiday of the year? There are no costumes that need to be designed, no eggs to be dyed and no explosions going off next door. (Don’t get me wrong – I love Easter, Halloween and The Fourth of July as much as any teenager). Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays because it can be so simple – gather your family, large or small, around the table and share a meal together. Continue reading