I love to browse through old community cookbooks. Sometimes the recipes have unusual names that intrigue me. This is one of those times. A 1923 cookbook published by the General Welfare Guild of the Beaver Valley General Hospital in New Brighton, Pennsylvania had a recipe for “A Homely Way to Cook Potatoes.” Can potatoes beContinue reading ““A Homely Way to Make Potatoes” Recipe”
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A Wonderful Winter Recipe Share!
Recipe and a Story Series, Post 7 A Wonderful Winter Recipe Share!
Old-Fashioned Christmas Cookie Recipes
(Photo by Bruna Branco on Unsplash) [NOTE: I’ve been busy with major housecleaning, shopping, doing Christmas stuff, cooking, doing homework for an online class called “Online Obsessions,” and hanging out with my husband before he returns to work next week (he’s been off for the last three months recovering from a total knee replacement). I’mContinue reading “Old-Fashioned Christmas Cookie Recipes”
Hundred-year-old Recipe for Macaroni with Cheese
Macaroni and Cheese is a wonderful comfort food – and it seems more popular than even. Kids love it, and it’s also often on the menu at very fancy restaurants. So when I saw a recipe in a hundred-year-old cookbook for Macaroni with Cheese, I decided to give it a try. The process for makingContinue reading “Hundred-year-old Recipe for Macaroni with Cheese”
The Best Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe For Plant-Based Diet
This is one of those ‘I can’t believe it’s vegan’ recipes! Looking for ways to apply my new discovery, Maldon Sea Salt Flakes, I stumbled upon this recipe: click here: salted vegan chocolate chip cookies on Food52.com. Turns out, these are the tastiest vegan chocolate chip cookies I have ever baked! I believe the secret isContinue reading “The Best Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe For Plant-Based Diet”
Cauliflower Tofu Scramble Recipe
About Ann Arbor Vegan Kitchen: Hi there, lifesfinewhine readers, and thank you, Pooja, for inviting me to share this guest post! Quick intro. My name is Vicki Brett-Gach, and I’m a Master-Certified Vegan Lifestyle Coach, Plant-Based Culinary Instructor, Certified Personal Chef, and author of The Plant-Based for Life Cookbook: Deliciously Simple Recipes that Nourish, Comfort,Continue reading “Cauliflower Tofu Scramble Recipe”
CarolCooks2…Christmas Sauerkraut recipe –
Many of my Christmas recipes have been passed down from my mother and grandmother…others have been shared with me by family and friends this makes them all very special and much loved they get trotted every year… some I make exactly as they have always been made and served at every Christmas dinner …over theContinue reading “CarolCooks2…Christmas Sauerkraut recipe –”
My Grandmother’s Recipes: Part 6, Main Course.
The story of Odessa synagogue and the unsavory characters who ran it continues in this chapter (click for Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 7). *Top of this page was included in Part 5 * 16. Alexander Matrosov – a World War II military hero who sacrificed his life by putting his body in front of the embrasureContinue reading “My Grandmother’s Recipes: Part 6, Main Course.”
Recipe | Elderflower loaf cake
An elderflower drizzle brings something different to a basic loaf cake. This recipe is from the August 2010 edition of bbcgoodfood magazine. I adapted to cooking temperature to shorten the oven time a little, but if you’re unsure how long the elderflower loaf cake will take to bake in your oven, keep an eye onContinue reading “Recipe | Elderflower loaf cake”
I’ve ruminated about the downfall of Twitter for days. Ever since Elon Musk took over, I realize the platform’s days are numbered. Musk intends on destroying the site and remaking it into something else. end of an era, Goodbye Twitter👋 #RIPTwitter #GoodByeTwitter #TwitterTakeover #TwitterDown #Twittershutdown #WeMetOnTwitter pic.twitter.com/GAV9RO4Hrv — Sana’a Bano (@SanaBan55403916) November 18, 2022 I’veContinue reading “Bye-Bye Twitter”