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African Peanut Stew/Soup, chicken recipes, and menu plan

Posted by on Oct 21, 2013 in Blog Posts |

I roasted these two ladies yesterday and have dinner planned for the rest of the week.  (Easy roasted chicken recipe.) This is a slightly more ambitious meal plan than usual. Chickens? Same time/same oven, the one on the left had crispier skin, and overcooked legs (I’m too lazy to truss properly.) I will use the chicken for the soup and enchilada casserole (making two, one for a friend.) I love the casseroles that have all the veggies in them (beans/onions for enchilada, and...

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When a challenging, “She won’t like it” dish is for dinner (plus Thai Basil Noodle Salad recipe)

Posted by on May 1, 2013 in Blog Posts | 5 comments

So the other night as I was menu planning, I was leafing through my 3-ring binder and came across a recipe I made last when I was pregnant!  M has never had this meal (though she promised me she has had it before). It’s a Thai beef and basil salad, and I just didn’t think she’d like it. I have a fairly adventurous eater who happens to  heartily enjoy the 10-12 dishes (and others) I make on a regularish rotation. I realized to my chagrin, that I don’t often make things...

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Asparagus sauce

Posted by on Apr 15, 2013 in Blog Posts | 2 comments

  sweet n tangy asparagus dressing   Print Prep time 5 mins Total time 5 mins   Sweet and tangy sauce perfect for asparagus dipping! Author: Katja Rowell, MD Cuisine: '70's chic Serves: 4 Ingredients 2 Tbspn miracle whip 2 tspn white vinegar 1-2 tspn ketchup 1 Tbspn evaporated milk Instructions mix, taste, play with ratios and enjoy! Wordpress Recipe Plugin by EasyRecipe 3.2.1230   It’s that time of year again! As the Germans call it, ...

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chicken drummy stew: easy one pot winner

Posted by on Feb 7, 2013 in Blog Posts | 3 comments

I love winter food. I love my big red Dutch oven that was a total splurge, that sits on my stove-top and makes me happy. I cook in at twice a week usually, more in the winter. This last weekend, I made this winter staple. I used parsnips. potatoes and carrots, but you can experiment with your root veggies This is fast to assemble, but does well cooking for a time. Smells wonderful! Forgot to defrost the chicken? No worries, throw it in frozen!! I also like that cooking the meat in the stew...

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Improvising, odds and ends and mini potato gratin recipe

Posted by on Dec 10, 2012 in Blog Posts | 1 comment

We are having our first snow storm in about 18 months, and alas we left M’s boots at school Friday afternoon. So, we came up with these for some playtime in the snow: tennis shoes, her too-big snow-pants (‘cuz she has to wear them for two years) and some left-over packing tape. They were a little slick with the tape around the bottom in the front, but the back was still nubbly enough so she wasn’t falling over all the time. Worked for about 45 minutes to keep her feet dry...

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