Who’s tired of turkey leftovers? Not the Harmons! For lunch today (and probably for dinner tonight), I sauteed onions and mature mung bean sprouts in olive low at a low temperature. Then I added shredded turkey and seasoned it all with salt and pepper. I filled corn tortillas with the mix and topped it all […]
Following Tammy’s procedure and proportions in her Pecan Nut Crust, I used half hazelnuts and half almonds to create the nut crust for pumpkin pie yesterday. I pre-baked it for 10 minutes at 325 degrees. Then I filled it with the pumpkin pie filling. Just delicious! Thanks for a great recipe, Tammy!
Last night we feasted on vanilla ice cream sundaes. This chocolate syrup is amazing, just incredible. Goopy, thick, drizzly, sweet, dark… It includes the healthiest forms of all ingredients, but still is an indulgence! Use it as a glaze, or make chocolate milk by mixing it with nut milk. Chocolate Syrup makes 2 cups 1 […]
A., in a sweet and unassuming way, has been asking and asking and asking me to redo the Banana-Carob Muffins into a gluten-free snack, so we did that this morning. She helped me. Note: This recipe is not yet adapted for soaking — if you do so, please let others know in the comments how […]
Today we’ll be making Pumpkin Muffins for the Baking Week at the T2CHK Message Board. This is a variation of the Sweet Potato Muffins, using pumpkin puree for the sweet potato puree. (Also see the gluten-free variation.) Here are a couple of things to keep in mind: *If you would like to use eggs, use […]
My mom makes this relish every year. She has made it for so many people, who all love it. It is really easy. You will need either a manual or electric grinder, or a food processor. If you only have a blender, you can use that too, but what you’ll want to watch is that you don’t liquefy the fruits. If you’re using a blender, chop small batches of fruit and use brief pulses of chopping to prevent liquefying the fruit.