After being on my feet all morning the last thing I want to do is make an involved lunch for the girls. So I either have stuff already prepped and in the fridge, or I put the whole jar of … Continue reading
Category Archives: Table
Not another salad…
Are you like me? Do you have loads of kale just sitting in the fridge, waiting to turn yellow and become a waste of money? Are you tired of roasted and pureed kabocha squash staring you in the face … Continue reading
This one is magic. I like to roast vegetables first thing in the morning. The oven warms up the apartment. Getting this task done means there’s one less thing on my plate for the day, or in this case, one … Continue reading
Not so keen on quinoa.
Quinoa is great. It’s weird, but it’s good for you…that’s I what tell my kids. Mae doesn’t like it, but she will eat it knowing it will help her (and her hair) grow. Ida LOOOOOOVES it and so does Charlotte, … Continue reading
This is what happens at the end of the week: I desperately search the vegetable drawer, scrounging for something to make into a salad. I found carrots, a green bell pepper, and an old cabbage leaf. I threw out the … Continue reading
Shredded red cabbage, avocado, corn off the cob, walnuts, heirloom plum tomatoes, basil leaves, and super sharp cheddar cheese (from Lowville, NY : ) Dressing of Frankie’s olive oil, lemon zest, bruised rosemary, turmeric, crushed garlic, lemon juice, salt and … Continue reading
Salads are awesome.
My daughter often asks me what my favorite food is. My response is always salad, because my salads are rarely simple. I’ve picked up on my mom’s habit of taking little bits of leftovers, combining them with a bed of … Continue reading
I learned how to make peanut butter cups when I was 15, by following a recipe I heard on some TV show. I came up with the peanut butter coated chocolate dipped pretzel rods when I was 19. And possibly … Continue reading
Digging for Dinner
Steamed clams. They’re free, and easily hunted. They take 5 minutes to cook, and about that long to eat. My daughter loves them. My other daughter loves mussels, but wasn’t a clam fan. Or as I like to say it … Continue reading