I love this new cookbook “My Two Souths: Blending the Flavors of India Into a Southern Kitchen” by Asha Gomez, winner of the Food 52 Piglet 2017 cookbook competition. I did not really follow this contest but took a look at the cookbooks which were nominated. I have already posted Asha’s “Banana Beignets” recipe which I … Continue reading
It is cherry season in Michigan which is one of our best fruit crops that we all look forward to every year. The season is short and this year I planned ahead and I froze a bunch of pitted sweet cherries to use for pies and such at a later time. Place the pitted cherries … Continue reading
I love to use my slow cookers all year round as they are convenient, easy to use and dishes such as this lemon chicken come out so tender and moist. Besides this is a Weight Watcher’s recipe worth 4 points per serving. I did add some potatoes and onions which would give this recipe 2 … Continue reading
This “healthy” recipe came from slenderkitchen.com in my weekly “Ziplist” from Pinterest. Most of my recipes come from cookbooks, magazines, Food Channels, friends, family and my own versions of recipes and in the last couple of years I have used the internet a lot more. I love my computer for researching information related to ingredients or recipes … Continue reading
A very good baked fried chicken that is soaked in buttermilk overnight. I compared the recipes I had and the first one posted below was different because of the mayonnaise. I have always soaked my chicken, fried or baked, in buttermilk for probably 35 years. An idea from an old neighbor who made all of the … Continue reading
This is a very good combination with the pasta, chicken, artichokes and Parmesan cheese. The original recipe called for brined artichokes but I found it was too salty for this dish. There is enough salt in the chicken broth and Parmesan. I prefer this pasta recipe with the Parmesan and chicken broth sauce (adding some chopped basil) … Continue reading
This is a Taste Of Home recipe that I have adapted to my taste. It has a creamy milk-based sauce with a hint of lemon and basil. I have a few recipes with artichokes and chicken that I commented on “very good”, “delicious” so I decided to compare two of them. Both are very tasty but … Continue reading
This is an old recipe from Katharine’s Catering here in Ann Arbor that I have not made in sometime, but it must be good as the recipe was in the old system Gene developed for me. She has been in business since 1985 so that does say something about her and her recipes of course. So this … Continue reading
This is a great stir-fry recipe where as always you can use any vegetables you want and it is a Weight Watcher’s dish. The recipe called for using broccoli and carrots but I used snow peas, onions, celery, carrots and red pepper. I prefer to cook a lot of vegetables versus just a few.
A Weight Watcher’s recipe that is easy to fix and a perfect Fall dish that everyone will like.