All- Over almost 8 years I have enjoyed sharing this with you and it has been fun. I’ve reached a lot of people and, based on various emails and comments to the blog touched a lot of people in a … Continue reading →
Whoa it was raining in Southern California. But then it stopped several hours later, you know, once traffic was a huge mess for hours and after we served our local homeless in the pouring rain. But we were glad to be able to that. Rain or shine, people still go hungry.
I think we just had our whole winter’s worth of weather. Although, I hope that wasn’t the extent of it, because we are facing a rough drought on this … Read more...
What is “Three Sisters” you ask? In the Native American culture, squash, corn and beans are known together as the “three sisters”. I bet they don’t fight like sisters, though. They are all perfect complements to one another.
I don’t know if you have ever had the pleasure of enjoying “Three Sisters” Stew, but it is quite tasty. The Whole Foods nearby, introduced the two of us and we’ve been great friends ever since.
Earlier this week I shared the loveliest Shakshuka recipe with you all.
I really do hope that you followed my advice and hurried off to the store to grab the ingredients to whip up this dish. Because now, I bring to you a fancy way to utilize any and all (if there were any) leftovers.
Sometimes, roasting squash can be a bit of an undertaking for dinner, because of the lengthy bake time.
As you may know, I have a big family consisting of 6 siblings and one awesome mom.
After church on Sunday, it was our weekly ritual to hit up Costco to stock up for the week (yes, the week; groceries never lasted long in our house). Naturally, we would fill up on samples, while my mom did all the shopping.
Once we had exhausted our welcome at the various … Read more...