Showing posts from February, 2007

Homemade Mushroom Soup

For anyone who's only tasted canned mushroom soup before, this recipe for mushroom soup made from scratch will be a revelation. All you need are some everyday grocery-store mushrooms, milk and a little cream plus a splash of sherry and a sprinkle of nutmeg. Prepare to be astounded ... Homemade & Home Delicious. Real Food, Fresh & Family-Tested. Budget Friendly. Great for Meal Prep. Easy DIY. Low Carb. Vegetarian.

On-the-Run Breakfast Bars

The Recipe: Low-sugar oat bars studded with bacon and cheese, the Kellogg rendition of an old-old recipe from Quaker Oats called "Breakfast Takealongs". Are you here to learn about the old Finnish custom of planting grass in plates and bowls during Lent? That's story's been moved, please see Lenten Grass , it's such a good way to mark the season of Lent with children. Has anyone checked out the energy bar shelves at the grocery store? Whoa, they go on and on and on! And don't even talk to me about energy drinks. All this energy and we're still couch potatoes? Breakfast Bars were my mom's answer to energy bars back when I was in high school – maybe before. They're simple oat bars, studded with bacon bits and grated cheese. I remember loving these bars and when my family published a family cookback with family recipes way back in 2002, Breakfast Bars were one of my contributions. RECIPE HISTORY Since then, I've learned that what

How to Plant Lenten Grass (Easter Grass)

Lenten grass is an old Finnish tradition and a lovely way to mark the season of Lent with children. If you're looking for ideas for observing Lent, planting grass is easy to do, fun for the whole family. A Finnish Tradition for Lent. Annual Traditions for a Christian Family. Fun for Kids. Easy DIY. Great for Grandparent Gifts.