We frequently lose our internet connection (DSL) but usually just for 20 or 30 minutes. We’ve been without internet since this morning and have been told the area-wide outage may not be fixed until late Friday. I’ve discovered I can use internet on my computer through my cellphone. Yipee! I’m going to rush through this … More Quinoa Salad
I have never had authentic Louisiana style Red Beans & Rice, mostly because neither pickled pork or andouille is my thing. I can only guess if my version even comes close to the real deal. On this occasion it was red beans and quinoa instead of rice. Onion, garlic, red and green jalapeños and celery … More Red Beans & Quinoa
There is an abundance of peppers in the garden right now. The bugs are reeking havoc on some of them, mostly the Serranos and jalapeños when they begin turning ripe. The ancho peppers are unscathed, so far. I decided to have stuffed anchos for lunch. I used the outdoor grill to char the peppers and … More Ancho Chiles Stuffed With Corn, Spinach & Quinoa
Sweet potato parsley root broccoli stem red onion garlic Vegetables tossed with olive oil, thyme, powdered rosemary, crushed celery seeds, salt, pepper and balsamic vinegar.
Today we had a hearty and refreshing salad. It was packed with powerhouse nutrition. The ingredients were: Quinoa – cooked and cooled raw cauliflower – pulsed in the food processor to a grainy consistency red cabbage red bell pepper radish serrano pepper spring onion chives dried goji berries oil marinated sun-dried tomatoes parsley lemon balm … More Cauliflower & Quinoa Salad
I am not a milk drinker. I use milk and milk products in other ways but, other than the occasional glass of home cultured buttermilk, I don’t use milk for drinking. When I was a child in India we sometimes purchased milk from the milkman (doodh wala) who delivered watered-down cow’s milk on his bicycle. … More Quinoa, Black Lentil & Paneer Patties