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Vegetables Are Fun Vegetables Are Fun By Bookcase Foodie 05/06/12 09:19 I did not write, “Vegetables are fun to eat.” I wrote that they are fun and since I learned how to make pretty objects, out of them, they have become even more fun. Here is a plate of my latest. … Continue reading →
Eggplant Polenta Parmesan Eggplant Polenta Parmesan By Bookcase Foodie 05/04/12 13:43 This is the story of a lonely eggplant and 6 unhappy polenta slices who both wanted to meet a new friend. They came to me to find out if I could help. Each had a long story to tell about … Continue reading →
White Bean and (Asparagus) Avocado Soup White Bean and (Asparagus) Avocado Soup By Bookcase Foodie 04/30/12 01:23 When no one in the family likes asparagus, what does a girl do,with all those wonderful recipes featuring asparagus? I think, this may be the in-season for asparagus since it appears each time, I click on a recipe. Here it … Continue reading →
White Bean and (Asparagus) Avocado Soup White Bean and (Asparagus) Avocado Soup By Bookcase Foodie 04/29/12 14:23 When no one in the family likes asparagus, what does a girl do,with all those wonderful recipes featuring asparagus? I think, this may be the in-season for asparagus since it appears each time, I click on a recipe. Here it … Continue reading →
Pasta with Feta, Broccoli and Pecans – Nigella Pasta with Feta, Broccoli and Pecans – Nigella By Bookcase Foodie 04/23/12 16:58 I found another recipe in Nigella Kitchen that I wanted to make and that became our dinner. Unfortunately, I was missing several necessary ingredients and did a lot of subbing. This is a recipe, I would not have made changes … Continue reading →
Random Thoughts – Necessity is the Mother of all Inventions Random Thoughts – Necessity is the Mother of all Inventions By Bookcase Foodie 04/22/12 05:32 Believe it or not; this is about a potato ricer. Necessity is the mother of all inventions. ”This means that solutions to problems (the invention bit) are born out of then need for a solution (the necessity). As coming up with … Continue reading →
Moroccan Mashed Potatoes Moroccan Mashed Potatoes By Bookcase Foodie 04/20/12 18:59 You would think, we ate enough potatoes for Passover and would not to look at them, for a while. Fortunately, we love potato dishes or just a plain potato so we were not daunted by having 20 pounds of potatoes … Continue reading →
Baked Cheesy Cauliflower Baked Cheesy Cauliflower By Bookcase Foodie 04/19/12 15:32 Beautiful cauliflower opens itself to challenge and I gladly took the challenge. I don’t like making cauliflower highly spiced but I do like to add to it. Time to play: Baked Cheesy Cauliflower Ingredients: 2 cups cauliflower florets 1 tablespoon … Continue...
Soy Broth with Noodles Soy Broth with Noodles By Bookcase Foodie 04/18/12 18:47 Mark Bittman has become my secret friend or at least, his books and recipes have done that. I have not been disappointed with any recipe, I have made because, he allows so much freedom to make each recipe your own. … Continue reading →
Random Thoughts 1 —- Quitting Random Thoughts 1 —- Quitting By Bookcase Foodie 04/17/12 19:35 No, I am not a quitter. Yesterday, I joined a very good program which focuses on health and writing and I had full intentions of following it through. Today, being a little smarter, I realized, I want to write … Continue reading →
Sweet Potato & Turkey Combo Sweet Potato & Turkey Combo By Bookcase Foodie 04/17/12 04:09 I still have a lot of food, left over from Passover and we are attempting to eat it before, it is no longer safe to do so. It makes for an interesting dinner, a little bit of this and a … Continue reading →
Health Focus Health Focus By Bookcase Foodie 04/16/12 19:12 Hey everyone – I just wanted to tell you about a new activity I’ll be doing this April. The Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge hosted by WEGO Health. I will be writing a post a day for the rest of … Continue reading →
Waldorf Salad Waldorf Salad By Bookcase Foodie 04/12/12 21:05 I like almost anything, with apples which makes this dish, a joy to make. It is crisp, slightly sweet and one that most people do like. Making this is easy as pie…… Why do people say that? Pie is not … Continue reading →
My Passover Roast with Coke My Passover Roast with Coke By Bookcase Foodie 04/11/12 11:47 Last year, I used a few cookbooks to get me through the holiday and my favorite is Tamar Ansh’s Passover cookbook. It has recipes that work and are workable. I had most of the ingredients although, I did not have … Continue reading →
Lunch on Passover Lunch on Passover By Bookcase Foodie 04/10/12 21:16 I find, one of the biggest challenges of Passover is lunch. The food in the house is different and what I normally would throw together is not available. I usually resort to eggs since we have lots of them. When, … Continue reading →
Baked Cranberry Meatballs Baked Cranberry Meatballs By Bookcase Foodie 04/09/12 19:46 There is magic, at this time of the year, and my meatballs have been touched by this magic. I make meatballs, throughout the year and while they are good, they are not the top of the line. The Passover … Continue reading →
Soup Vegetable Muffins Soup Vegetable Muffins By Bookcase Foodie 04/06/12 23:52 After making two giant pots of chicken soup, I had lots of soup vegetables, left over. Rather than throw them out, I put them in the refrigerator, hoping I would think of something to do with them. My husband is … Continue reading →
Honey and Pecan Crusted Chicken – Passover Honey and Pecan Crusted Chicken – Passover By Bookcase Foodie 04/03/12 04:07 This is a recipe, from last year, one which everyone enjoyed. The recipe comes from Passover by Design by Susie Fishbein. She uses matzah meal in the recipes. The celiac in the family caused me to use potato starch. I … Continue reading →
Domino Cookies Domino Cookies By Bookcase Foodie 04/01/12 22:17 Do you hear the knocking on the door? Who could it be? You weren’t expecting anyone? Throw the kid’s mitt behind the chair, wipe off the table, hide the newspaper and smile. Say, “Hi, Aunt Mary, what a surprise ……. … Continue reading →
Pasta Salad with Feta Cheese and Walnuts – Ellie Krieger Pasta Salad with Feta Cheese and Walnuts – Ellie Krieger By Bookcase Foodie 04/01/12 06:46 This is an Ellie Krieger recipe which means it has the odds on its side for being a success. It is uncanny how almost all her recipes are right, for my family. Whether it is an appetizer or … Continue reading →
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