What you will need: 2 cups warm water (or milk) 2 T fast acting yeast1/4 sugar (or honey)1/4 oil (or melted butter) Let set and sponge until bubbly. Then add:5 cups whole wheat flour (I use hard white wheat flour)1 1/2 t salt Add the flour a cup at a time, up to four cups.Continue reading “Mom’s Whole Wheat Bread”
Green beans are a classic easy side dish. Far from being a boring, gross vegetable, they provide a beautiful base for all sorts of dishes. You can dress them up and wrap them in bacon and glaze them with balsamic vinegar, or you can put them in a casserole or soup. Today I’m sharing myContinue reading “My Favorite Green Beans”
September sneaked up on me. After the busiest summer of my life thus far, this new month jumped out from behind the corner and said “Boo!” I’m not upset at all since it means we are heading into my favorite season of the year. We have finally settled into more of a routine. We startedContinue reading “Hello September”
These are the recipes featured in the the latest live session in the FB Group. I have also added it to my YouTube channel. I hope you enjoy! I love recipes that I can cook and use for two separate meals. Most of the time it means I can cook the meat for it andContinue reading “Shredded Salsa Chicken Two Ways”
Orange Chicken Recipe: https://www.thepioneerwoman.com/food-cooking/recipes/a11820/orange-chicken/ Hamburger Steak Recipe: https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ree-drummond/salisbury-steak-recipe-2126533 I use a variation of this recipe. I’m posting the link here for a guide if you’ve never made it before.
Here is a week’s worth of meals (well,6 days worth of suppers) and a grocery shopping guide to accompany them. Be sure to check your freezer and mark what you already have off the list.
Bread is one of the great loves of my life, and sourdough is a slight obsession of mine. It has especially intensified over the last several months after I discovered this recipe and method for making sourdough bread. Since then, I’ve been using it for everything I could think of. Our favorites so far haveContinue reading “Amazing Low Maintenance Sourdough”
I awoke to news this morning that another cyber attack has been launched–this time on the of the nation’s largest meat suppliers. I have a feeling that meat prices are about to go up and availability is about to go down. There will probably be a rush on grocery stores akin to the Great ToiletContinue reading “Crises Don’t Scare Me | Freezer and Pantry Stocking”
This is a standby, never fail recipe that I use all the time. It works great for many different meals. Anywhere that you need an Italian tomato based sauce, you can use this recipe. We use it for spaghetti sauce or in lasagna (I’ll often season and brown a pound of ground meat to mixContinue reading “Easy and Fast Marinara Sauce from Scratch”