Summer Salad

Summer is here, and with that in mind, how about some great, tasty, refreshing summer salad? This is one of my go to recipes, it’s packed with flavor, goodness, and healthy whole grains all in a bowl. All you have to do is chop it up and mix it and some minor cooking. It’s also …

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Turmeric Crackers

These turmeric crackers are my homemade version of cheez-its. They’re healthier than the store-bought version and super easy to make. They’re also a great snack anytime, and you don’t even taste the turmeric. The turmeric gives the crackers a natural orange color to them.  Ingredients for the Turmeric Crackers: 1 Cup Cheese (I used cheddar) …

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Chickpea Cookies

These chickpea cookies are gluten free, and made with chickpea flour. They’re super easy to make, and they taste good. You might not have heard of chickpea flour before, but I bake a lot with it. If you want to see another recipe with it, then go check out the chickpea flour chocolate cake recipe. …

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Semolina Millet Cookies

Ingredients for the Semolina Millet Cookies: 1/2 Cup (one stick) room temperature, unsalted butter 1/4 Cup Flour 1/4 Cup Semolina 1/4 Cup Millet 1 Tsp. Baking Powder 1/4 Cup Powdered Sugar, Sifted 1 Tsp. Cardamom Powder Notes: Semolina is also known as wheat farina, or cream of wheat. The cardamom powder is optional, but I …

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Tea Loaf

This tea loaf is made with actual homemade brewed tea with lots of aromatic spices. I love tea, it’s definitely one of my favorite drinks. So I thought, why not put it into something else I love? So then this tea loaf happened, and it’s awesome. Even if you don’t like tea, you might like …

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Coffee Loaf

Since I just recently made the tea loaf, I didn’t want to leave the coffee lovers behind so I decided to make a coffee loaf as well. It’s done the same way as the tea loaf, except with coffee. It doesn’t have any coffee extract, but the flavor and aroma is purely from the brewed …

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Summer Reading Book List

So is everybody ready for summer after all this quarantine? I sure am. Better weather means relief from the six months of rain I’ve been suffering.Summer means heading somewhere on vacation, out of the country, or at least out of the state. But not this year!As everybody knows, we are all stuck at home. Many of …

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Galette Recipe

Galettes are way easier than pies, and just as tasty. One of my favorite things to do is make a savory galette for lunch or dinner, with whatever veggies I have on hand. They look rustic, and pretty, and on the side it goes great with a salad, and a glass of wine to go …

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Dutch Baby/Oven Pancake

Dutch baby’s or oven pancake as we call it is one of my family’s favorite breakfast meals. We actually made one just the other day. Somehow, we never get tired of it, and it’s SO easy to make. If you want something similar to a pancake, but you’re just too lazy to make it, try …

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