Showing posts from April, 2024

Seasonal Sundays: Cinco de Mayo at Home

Okay all, grab a cold one and a slice of lime because this week's "Seasonal Seven" recipe collection is 100% focused on simple recipes for family-style Mexican, perfect for Cinco de Mayo that's coming up fast on the fifth of May (duh). So many essentials should or may be prepped well ahead of time, making party day itself easy-breezy. Dos cervezas, por favor!

Honey-Sweet Cornbread

A classic simple cornbread sweetened with honey or the Midwestern favorite, sorghum. Sweet but not too sweet. Rich but not too rich. Ever so tender. Absolutely delicious! Bake it in the traditional round shape in a cast iron skillet or for great sliced cornbread, a loaf pan. Homemade Cornbread, Made from Scratch & Mere Minutes to the Table. Lovely Crumb with Beautiful Color! A Long-Time Family Favorite. No Mixer Required. Extra Welcome When "Supper's a Little Skimpy". Year-Round Kitchen Staple. Budget Friendly. Weeknight Easy, Weekend Special. So Good!!

Seasonal Sundays: Plant-Based Recipes for Earth Day (Week 17)

Grab a coffee (or a cocktail?!) because this week's all veg(etari)an recipes are offered to mark the 55th Earth Day that falls tomorrow, April 22nd, many (most?) of the recipes have never before been featured in almost five years of Seasonal Sundays. Let's sit down and compare notes, shall we?

Seasonal Sundays: Cooking for One or Two During Spring (Week 16)

This week's "Seasonal Seven" recipe collection is aimed at small households, those of us who cook for one or two most or some or all the time. It's a challenge, right? and maybe especially for those who have cooked for big families over many years. Inside you'll find breakfasts, for sure, but mostly spring-friendly dinners and I do so hope you'll discover some favorite new recipes.