In my last post I mentioned this sauce made from an assortment of mild and hot fresh red peppers. I used that same sauce to make these roasted potatoes, onions and garlic. To begin, I boiled the potatoes, onions and garlic. I tossed the peeled potatoes, the boiled onions and garlic with a generous amount … More Hot Roasted Potatoes, Onions & Garlic
It was just a regular eggs and potatoes breakfast I had planned to do in the Cuisinart® Oven Central® but evidently my Oven Central has bitten the dust.
I miss having spinach fresh from the garden. It simply will not grow in the summer heat. This time of year the main choices are Swiss chard and beet tops. Malabar spinach is another good alternative to fill the need for dark leafy greens. When raw the leaves smell and taste of chlorophyll, but have … More Poblano Whole Wheat Crepes With Malabar Spinach & Quark Filling
The title is a little misleading; I just liked the sound of it. Quark is just one of the ingredients. I was late getting home from running errands and had less than an hour to put a meal on the table, not enough time to take health or nutrition into consideration. I just started throwing … More Quark Tart
I had heard of “quark” but other than it being some sort of cultured milk product I didn’t know anything about it. Perhaps I still don’t since the definition and method varies from region to region. The term popped up again in one of my meanderings and I finally took the time to read up … More First Time Making Quark