Category Archives: Vegetarian

Richard’s Granola Recipe = Smells good in My Kitchen – Pond Hockey Story

My dear friend Richard typed up his granola recipe for me. I have been wanting to make granola. Making my own granola means I can control the ingredients and flavors. Here’s the Recipe. Equipment: Big Mixing bowl A couple of … Continue reading

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Linguine with Clam Sauce Recipe = What’s a landlocked Seafood Lover To Do?

For a land locked seafood lover, this is a fun way to indulge in clams and pasta. The mushrooms are good because they add some color and flavor to the sauce. Continue reading

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Fiesta Friday #243 Farmers’ Market = Fresh Baby Ginger

This week I will be cohosting Kunstkitchen’s Blog with Becky @ Bubbly Bee  The Fiesta Friday get together is made up of cooks from all over the world. This is an invitation to read or share your recipes and culture with … Continue reading

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Corn Muffin Recipe from the Gold Cook Book by Chef Louis P. De Gouy

This story is about the cookbook find of my life. The Gold Cook Book is from 1947. It is more than 2 inches thick. The Introduction to it is by Oscar of the Waldorf Astoria.  It begins: “The tasty savoriness … Continue reading

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Farmer’s Market 2018 Minneapolis-Recipe Sautéed Watercress with Fresh Oregano, Onion and Enokitaki mushrooms in soft corn tortillas

At the Farmers’ Market I bought watercress for sandwiches, but made the mistake AGAIN to inspect it. It had flowered. Darn. That means it will taste bitter. Instead I looked at options to cook it. Continue reading

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