My family loves peanut butter, no wait, that is an understatement. My family's love for peanut butter is more of an obsession. We cannot keep it in the house. So I am constantly figuring out things to bake that involve peanut butter. I typically eat more fat than carbs on a daily basis because my body tends to process it better but I still have mental cravings for bread! Which leads me to this recipe: Peanut Butter Bread! This recipe is so simple and can even be cut into slices and cooked longer to make biscotti!...more
I have to thank my sister-in-law, Christine, for pushing me to make this recipe up. This is her first year gardening and canning and she is falling in love with the whole thing! She's calling asking about different methods and how to do things, which I always warn her that I am still learning a lot too but she has faith in me I guess. A month ago, she told me that she was going to need my salsa recipe. I actually laughed because not only did I not have one, but I never wanted one!
Green juices are the staple juice in the house. Recently, the kids haven't been drinking them as much. I think they are bored with the flavor ... frankly, I am too. We were in the habit of putting the same things in the juice: kale, carrots, apple, banana, hemp seeds and usually another fruit we had in the house. There is nothing wrong with this juice at all but I think we just need a little variety!
Grazing is our favourite eating style. Friday and Saturday nights are when we make a special effort to prepare something delicious that we can take our time enjoying whilst catching up and winding down from the week.We often go for some version of tapas on the Friday night (in celebration of the weekend!) with cured hams, sizzling garlic prawns and a good bottle of red wine. Recently we have mixed things up a bit by replacing the hams for carpaccios (Italian name for a dish of raw meat very thinly sliced) and the prawns for smoked salmon....more
Lemon linguine is a great side dish. It goes well with most meats or can be used as a main dish. Both of my kids always eat it up and ask for seconds so I make it quite often for them.8 ozs. uncooked linguine3 tablespoons butter, melted1 tablespoon lemon juice1 teaspoon dried basil1/2 teaspoon garlic powder1/2 teaspoon lemon pepper seasoninggrated Parmesan cheese, optional1. In a saucepan, cook linguine according to package directions....more