I’m like you. I am a crazed mom of three very active kids – one in elementary, one in middle school and one in high school -- who seem to be doing different activities and always at the same time. Life can get pretty busy as I shuttle them from point A to point B. The ideal family meal, sitting around a table happily chatting about life, doesn’t happen very often in my house and we cherish the times when it can...
Summer cooking is here and it couldn’t have been clearer than last week at Debbie’s as we made various marinades for our impromptu barbeques.
Serve this sweet and savory salsa with homemade tortilla chips or as a topping for grilled fish or chicken.go to the recipe >>
Alison’s Farm Fresh Vegetable Stew recipe, photo and blog will be published in a beautiful, full-color, internationally distributed cookbook published by Andrews McMeel, released on October 19, 2010. Born out of the “Blog to Book” panel at the first International Food Blogger Conference (IFBC) in 2009, the cookbook celebrates the best food bloggers worldwide. You can order copies on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or Borders: http://www.amazon.com/Foodista-Best-Food-Blogs-Cookbook/dp/0740797670.
There are so many ways to cook together. Do what fits your lifestyle. While you may not want to spend an afternoon making 10 lasagnes (other peoples’ dream) you can find a partner who fits the way you want to cook. You could make yourselves a lovely dinner for that night, or a batch of chili for you each to take home, or cookies to take your college-aged kids. For some, a spouse or family member will be your best cooking friend. If you are cooking with relatives, try to recreate a recipe from your past, whether it is a great-grandmother’s famous dish or a food from your country of origin.go to the faq page >>
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