Category Archives: economical recipes

New year! New banana bread…

Almond meal? What the heck is that? It is ground almonds. Simple as that… almond flour is ground blanched almonds, and almond meal is just ground almonds. Not just chopped nuts… but ground into a consistency somewhere between cornmeal and … Continue reading

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Zuppa!

Zuppa! Hello November! Fall is in full swing and winter is just hanging back waiting for the right time to strike. So what does all that hyperbole mean??? It is soup weather! Don’t argue with me or “No Soup For … Continue reading

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Hey it is Wednesday, the kids are hungry, feed them maybe? (thank you Carly Rae Jepsen)

I am tired… Between my youngest turning 9, a freshman in marching band, teaching elementary kids to cook, oh and that pesky 40 hours a week that I have to spend making money… I am plum tuckered out!  What about … Continue reading

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We are worth more…

“We have not, as a society, built a water system designed to deliver only clean water to the rich but dirty water to the poor. We have not typically told the poor that if they truly cared about the quality … Continue reading

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Holy Squash!

Summer and the never ending squash… as seen in The Source (http://www.yvsource.com/) July 2012 I know that by the end of the summer most people are sick and tired of zucchini, but not me. I am readyfor the plethora of … Continue reading

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