Tag Archive: home cooking

Thanksgiving in June

Last week started out very, very hot. It got a bit better around Wednesday, but dinners were made of salad or smoothies- things which did not require us to generate heat during preparation.… Continue reading

Rolls of a Pizza Type- A Fryday Night Adventure

This was what the Food It Yourself Garden looked like last night. We are in the midst of a two day Winter Weather Event; specifically the type of event that used to be… Continue reading

Just Try It

I suffer from migraine headaches.  My entire immediate family does, too. Every migraine sufferer’s triggers are different, but it is frequently suggested that chocolate, red wine, and some cheeses should be avoided. You… Continue reading

Oh My Melon 3- Back to the Rind

I am still playing around with watermelon rind as a fruit/vegetable, and I am having a great time with it.  I have discovered that a light steaming makes the rind soak up a… Continue reading

I’m Tellin’ Mom You Called Me Soupid

This is the blog you’ve all been waiting for (even if you didn’t know it). My sister -book/schlocky horror movie reviewer for genexposè- SyllieBee and I have joined forces to create an amazing… Continue reading

Looking into Cooking

Like most everyone, there are some meals I cook regularly. Frequently prepared dinners in our house include sausage/pepper sandwiches, cauliflower & chickpea curry, and chicken pot pie. However, much to the dismay of… Continue reading

The One True Chowder

Want to start an argument? Ask three or four friends of Italian heritage how to make the best tomato sauce. Or ask your Vietnamese buddies what really goes into pho. Go on-line and… Continue reading

We Didn’t Invent This

Home cooking has experienced a renaissance of sorts in the past few years. Fast food and processed “food” from a box is losing favor. People want Slow Food. They want locally sourced food.… Continue reading

Hot Versus Spicy

Some say taste is subjective. Actually, though, it is chemical. The shapes of the chemical compounds in your food present various shapes to the taste receptors in your mouth, and the smell receptors… Continue reading

What’s for Dinner?

On May 26th I got a new job. I call it my Big Girl Job. I get a salary instead of punching an hourly clock, I work 40 hours each week, I get… Continue reading