Red Delicious Baked Apples Here’s something warm and wonderful for chilly mornings or after-school treats – simple and satisfying; baked apples. Start with Red Delicious apples. This recipe makes 4 1/2 apples, you can easily double quantities if desired. Preheat … continue . . .
Fresh from the Farmer’s Market, this super sweet watermelon keeps the taste of summer in the house even when the kids are back to school. Try cutting it in bite sized cubes (or balls) and mixing with some crumbled … continue . . .
Freshness counts. I like to use the freshest produce possible when I cook. I grow many of my own vegetables and herbs. It’s great to be able to step outside of the kitchen and pick fresh veggies for lunch … continue . . .
Prep: Wash artichokes, trim stem, cut off top 1/2″ of leaves and remaining leaf tips, if desired. I use a sharp knife and kitchen scissors (for the individual leaf tips). Cut artichoke in half, remove choke (“hair” and any purple … continue . . .
The largest zucchini on this platter is 22 inches long and 14 inches in circumference! This visit from the “Zucchini Genie” sparked a new recipe: 3 medium zucchinis, shredded into 6 beaten eggs with 1 cup of Feta cheese, freshly ground pepper … continue . . .
The start of a wonderful meal, garden fresh fruits and veggies. I shop at the local farmer’s market for the foods I don’t grow in my own garden. Here are my fresh summer veggies, ready to roast. Luscious tomatoes, baby … continue . . .