Add a nice East Indian flare to your salmon steak with Janet's Curry. Janet's Curry features toasted aromatic seeds ground to perfection. The Salmon brings out a new depth of flavors with a whisper of warmth. Cool it with the Yogurt Dill Dressing. Shown here served with herbed couscous, cucumber slices and a nice cabbage salad with the Yogurt Dill Dressing on it.
You want Some Slaw with that? It is one of those slaws that you can't get in a normal cookbook. Just put together simplicity, with flavor nuances you may not have expected. I used my mandoline to get a fine shred to blend everything cleanly so each bite has an even mixture of all the flavors present. Shown here as a topping on the Gator Joes
My grandma Dorothy introduced her grandkids to the wonders of blackberry picking and the best blackberry pudding imaginable. She of course used white sugar back in the day. Nevertheless, this pudding was normally eaten when it was cool enough not to burn our lips. The hint of cardamom and use of agave nectar brings it to a higher level.
A wonderful snack made with the best ingredients. These are the perfect snack to keep handy for a busy family.
Joyan Becker my mother in law first set this on the table during many a wonderful family dinner. Making this special bread smells lovely all the way through from the bread rising to the sauté of the garlic & herbs in butter and olive oil. Eating it with good butter or sopped up in a gravy is just heavenly.
This recipe has been a family favorite adapted from the Fanny Farmer Baking Book ©1984. I had to spring this on my family as it sounds pretty unusual for a cookie. I've updated it for less sugar and healthier option for the fat content.
This is my family's official "cookie" recipe. Something on a card that has been made for decades. I have made a few changes such as the sub for coconut oil for shortening and changed out the raisins and walnuts for more of an assortment. These cookies have sustained us on long trips and excursions.
This comes from my favorite vegetarian cookbook, The Moosewood Cookbook from Molly Katzen. The recipe can easily accommodate whatever your herb choice is. Also, you can buy organic "juicing carrots by 5 lbs. bunches at half the prices per lbs. of non organic. You'll want to make this soup often.