Category Archives: Recipes

Lunch Fresh From The Garden

Today’s lunch came directly from my garden to the kitchen, to the pan and then my tummy. It had been picked less than an hour when I was stuffing myself – with reverence of course! All told there was zucchini, … Continue reading

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Spanish Rice

Spanish rice is a long time favorite in my family. We can trace it back six generations. The seventh generation of Spanish rice eaters isn’t old enough to cook yet but they sure do enjoy it! Everyone alive now who … Continue reading

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DElicious Leftovers

In a hurry today, I took advantage of a few leftovers in the fridge – a few fat slices of garden ripe tomatoes and a meal was born. The recipe; Beef and Noodles 1 Tbls. coconut oil 1 small onion, … Continue reading

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Chicken Divan

Ohmagosh! Can anyone say Chicken Divan!? Made from scratch – the old fashion way. Okay sure I have tweaked it a tiny bit, but not much. Many years ago, like in the 1970’s after my maternal grandmother died I found … Continue reading

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Breakfast Was Leftovers

I am a miser. Even with food. Don’t misunderstand that – I will not eat food that is about to go over!! But a miser I am and I like to use leftover in creative ways. Remember that marv potato … Continue reading

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Fried Green Tomatoes

I love fried green tomatoes! And the tomato plants are loaded right now. There is a gazillion ways to fry green tomatoes – take your pick. I’ll list some guildlines. Make sure the tomatoes are large, firm and shiny. I … Continue reading

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Spanakopita

This morning I made Spanakopita, aka Spank, a Mediterranean spinach pie. I told Mom and Dad it was spinach pot pie. Mom loves all things spinach and Dad was okay with it. If you haven’t worked with phyllo dough before read … Continue reading

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Cream of Celery Soup

I recently posted this soup recipe on Moonmooring, along with my days adventures. It is light and filling. Using organic celery really is a boost to the environment and your own system. Cream of Celery Soup 1 head organic celery, … Continue reading

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Lentils with Fresh Vegetables

2 C. brown lentils 6 – 8 C. water 4 – 5 strips bacon, cut into 1 inch pieces 1    onion, chopped 2 – 3 stalks celery, diced 2 – 3 garlic cloves, minced, more if you like! 6 … Continue reading

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“A Country Year”, and Persimmon Pie

I just finished reading A Country Year by Sue Hubbell. A great short story about a year in the life of a woman in the Ozarks. She is a bee keeper and the story goes through each season – her … Continue reading

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