Live-Longer Granola

I recently reviewed The Blue Zones Kitchen and have really been using this cookbook since.   It’s been hard lately cooking from a cookbook because I am not running to the store for needed ingredients.  If we don’t have it, we make something else (or totally revamp the original recipe).

Having recently eaten the last of the granola . . . → Read More: Live-Longer Granola

French Bread (and an essential outing)

After a successful hunt for bread flour, I found this recipe in an old cookbook passed on to me by my grandmother. Here’s a comforting (and easy) recipe (and another Cookbook of the Week post). . . . → Read More: French Bread (and an essential outing)

Blackberry Cobbler in a Skillet

Here’s a very versatile and easy cobbler recipe that works with most any fruit. It’s my latest Cookbook of the Week installment. . . . → Read More: Blackberry Cobbler in a Skillet

Flatbread Pizza with Grilled Chicken and Peanuts

Here’s a recipe I made in early March and another Cookbook of the Week feature. Hope you enjoy! . . . → Read More: Flatbread Pizza with Grilled Chicken and Peanuts

Carrot Salad with Olives

One more Cookbook of the Week post. I seem to be on a roll! This is a keeper of a salad. . . . → Read More: Carrot Salad with Olives

St. Louis Days, St. Louis Nights: Cookbook of the Week

Artichoke Prosciutto Linguine is on the menu. Check out this recipe and the beginnings of my Cookbook of the Week posts. . . . → Read More: St. Louis Days, St. Louis Nights: Cookbook of the Week

Healthy Minestrone: Welcome to the Blue Zone

The Blue Zones Kitchen: 100 Recipes to Live to 100 is the current stop on the TLC Book Tour. I’m also including it in my Cookbook Highlight of the Week. Want to live a long and healthy life? Read on. . . . → Read More: Healthy Minestrone: Welcome to the Blue Zone

I am a cookbook-aholic.

Announcing a new direction: Cookbook of the Week. Follow my new themed posting vow—to highlight all the cookbooks in my vast (and growing) library. . . . → Read More: I am a cookbook-aholic.

“In My Kitchen” February 2020

I always feel like there’s really not a lot happening in my kitchen until I reflect back to write an “In My Kitchen” monthly post. Dig in here for some home grown citrus from Texas and some new jelly recipes. I also threw in a few cookbook reviews for good measure! Welcome February! . . . → Read More: “In My Kitchen” February 2020

More jellies and jams….

I just could not leave 2019 without one more canning post.   I went back through my archives and found that I had published quite a few booze inspired preserves.   Before we completely put the Jelly of the Month Club to rest, I wanted to share these.   I also wanted to highlight the book that inspired . . . → Read More: More jellies and jams….