Thank you for following my kitchen renovation, week by week! If you started following from the beginning, you might remember my boring almond and oak colored kitchen. Actually, you probably don’t. I hid most of it from pictures and only showed you the edges of my Pfaltzgraff dishes. So we gutted it. Like, down to the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The Wall Street Journal posted an article today about crockery cooker, Mable Hoffman. She wrote a fantastic cookbook for simple crock pot meals. I like the note in the article that tells us how her book, Crockery Cookery, surpassed The Joy of Sex as the best selling book of 1975. Mable passed away at the age of […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Good morning, friends! While this is technically breakfast and not dinner, I figured a nice, warm meal would be a good way to start Monday morning. After reading pages of posts online, I decided that the only way to figure this recipe out would just be to avoid all the major complaints that people had […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Last night I used my foodie knowledge to help a friend through a stressful moment. I described my love affair with Trader Joe’s grocery store in such detail that she learned about my secret ongoing shopping list, what each item is that I crave and how I use one dish, three ways. By the end […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This is already in the pot for dinner tonight! It helps to cook the cabbage the night before so you don’t scald your hands trying to peel off the perfect leaves. 1 head cabbageContinue Reading... No Comments.