June 15, 2018

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Feta & Bread Crumb Stuffed Peppers

The calendar says summer doesn’t officially begin until next week, but the tables at the ¬†farmers market are already brimming with brightly colored peppers, gorgeous green beans, various types of zucchini and the first of the vine ripened tomatoes. I love the transition of seasons at the market and am inspired to find new ways […]

April 15, 2017


Garlic Knots

My first foray into bread baking was many years ago when I was quite a novice in the kitchen. At that time my “go to” cookbook was The Vegetarian Epicure. I was living in Colorado and didn’t give a thought to the altitude when I jumped into baking a loaf of Honey Wheat Bread. I […]

July 30, 2010

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Pardon My Categories…

Just want to let you know that I’m working on setting up some new categories to make it easier to find recipes. Hopefully I’ll be done by the end of the weekend. For now it might look like there’s nothing there-thanks for your patience!

July 27, 2010


The Fruits Of Our Labor

I’m fascinated by the old fashioned art of canning. I dream of opening my pantry and seeing jars of summer fruits and vegetables neatly lined up, waiting to be opened in the middle of winter. It’s not something I learned hanging on my mother’s apron strings. I’m quite sure she never canned anything. When I […]