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Kel’s Fresh Tomato Soup in Cheddar-Lined Bread Bowls
Hello, All! I’m finally back and feeling refreshed after taking a much needed break, the first one in more than five years since I started this blog. I’m really looking forward to fall and cooler weather, and want to share a great basic recipe for … Continue reading
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My Fat Dad’s Cheese Fondue, Book Blog Tour, and Giveaway!
When asked to participate in the My Fat Dad: A Memoir of Food, Love, and Family, with Recipes blog tour, I jumped at the chance. This book received fantastic reviews, and it also gave me the chance to recreate one of its … Continue reading
Pass Me the Peas, Please!
Here’s a tasty recipe that’s perfect for spring or anytime, really. Mix sweet green peas with new or red potatoes and bacon in a buttery broth for an easy and delicious side dish that’s sure to please young and old … Continue reading
Kel’s Colcannon, Great Year Round
For St. Patrick’s Day I decided to make some delicious colcannon — a yummy mixture of potatoes, cabbage, bacon, onions and other items that come together as a wonderful side dish or just to enjoy by itself. This is truly … Continue reading
Kel’s Splendid Spinach Salad with Warm Bacon Dressing
I love tossed salads with fresh lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers, but not in the winter since these ingredients are not at their best. So during this time of the year, I reach instead for this yummy spinach salad with an … Continue reading
Poached Pears and Vanilla Ice Cream – Yum!
I found some pretty red pears on sale (which is often the case in late fall and winter) and decided to poach them in red wine for some sort of dessert. I found a great recipe on the Epicurious website, … Continue reading
Finally, Brussel Sprouts I Like
I have tried and tried and tried to like brussel sprouts, honestly I have. I never cared for them as a kid, which was strange because I liked most vegetables growing up, including most leafy greens, spinach, cooked broccoli … Continue reading
Kel’s Chile Rellenos, Perfect for a Mexican Meatless Monday!
When we go out for Mexican food, one of my favorite meatless entrees to order is chile rellenos. I love the mildness of the poblano peppers and usually get them at the Farmer’s Market because they are usually fresher and … Continue reading
Roasted Carrot and Sweet Potato Tzimmes, Courtesy of Amelia Saltsman
To be honest, until I received a review copy of The Seasonal Jewish Kitchen: A Fresh Take on Tradition by Amelia Saltsman, I had never heard of the Yiddish term tzimmes, which is a casserole of vegetables, fruit and occasionally … Continue reading
You Can’t Beat These Beets! Canning with Ball Jars and a Giveaway!
A few weeks ago I posted about International Can-It-Forward Day as part of a promotion with Jarden Home Brands. This was an event to celebrate the joys of fresh preserving, which I’ve been doing for years, so I was happy … Continue reading