Being at home most of the time has motivated me to pick up projects for Dairy-Free State I have been putting off for “another time” when I have “more free time” (in quotations because how delusional can one person be?) There’s never a good time or enough time to do all the things you […]
When I was a kid, my mom used to make grilled tofu marinated in barbecue sauce and grilled eggplant for dinners all throughout the summer. If you are fortunate enough to have Labor Day free, you shouldn’t spend that leisure time making a complicated dinner. Make this fast, easy dinner instead. Use the time the tofu is […]
Dear Readers, I have been a very inattentive blogger lately. Posting a Pi Day update well after Pi Day? For shame!
At holidays when I was growing up, my mom would make a recipe called Cherries in the Snow. The recipe involved angel food cake, cream cheese, whipped cream – basically, a lot of things that I can’t eat. I decided to take her recipe and revise it, using some of the canned strawberry pie filling […]
The time has come! I was finally able to get around to revising one of the family recipes that came from my grandma’s house. This first one proved to be really interesting, as it took more than one try to get it right. The recipe was originally for a no-bake cheesecake, which called for cream […]
Food preparation is one of the most important things families can pass on between generations. While traditional heirlooms have their place, they are sequestered to shelves or displays while food is consumed and enjoyed repeatedly. Most people who love how to cook or bake say they got the love from their parents, who got it […]