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Monthly Archives: September 2013
Hi, it’s Ginny again! Check out my new post on Kid’s Corner – Peanut Butter Banana Bagels!
Hi everyone! I have a great salad recipe today. Beets are becoming one of my favorite fall vegetables and I’m trying to find new fun ways to use them. This salad is topped with golden beets, but you could certainly use the … Continue reading
I love this stuff! Yet another stop at the local farm stand last weekend, this time culminating in my version of a ratatouille. This recipe can really be made with whatever vegetables you like, in any proportion you like, but here’s … Continue reading
Hey there! This was a quick and spontaneous experiment the other night. We had some apples hanging around that were still good, but just a little bit past their prime. A few minutes later, the kids were digging in and asking for more. … Continue reading
Hi! It’s Ginny — I’m starting a page on my dad’s blog called Kids’ Corner! This is a page with lots of recipes for kids to make and enjoy. Give it a look and try them out!
Hey there! I have a great lunch recipe today, one I used to love as a kid. My dad is what I call a weekend gourmet. Even though he works most Saturday mornings, often the rest of the weekend is … Continue reading
Happy weekend everyone! This is a great weekend recipe for lunch, a snack, or while chilling out watching a football game on TV. The first time I made this, it was an attempt to recreate a black bean soup that … Continue reading
Two-for-one today! Kale seems like it’s everywhere these days, but it really is great stuff. I tend to buy “baby” kale when I can find it in my grocery store and mix it in with some arugula for a salad … Continue reading
Hi everyone! My wife and I have really gotten into Spanish cuisine lately and we absolutely love this recipe. It’s been adapted (and simplified) from a great Spanish cookbook we picked up a few years ago. It only takes about … Continue reading