If you ever come across Creative Cooking, pick it up and take it home. There is literally nothing in it that’s not absolutely delicious. The Creative Cooking Course: A Complete Course in the Art of Cooking with 1200 Recipes and 2500 Color Photos. Charlotte Turgeon. Weathervane Books, New York. 1973/75.
Most weeks, I’m responsible for cooking one night. I failed to take this responsibility seriously last weekend when Mr. Big Food was working out the menu for this week. I knew I wanted a veggie plate, and I did have a hankering for spinach so picked some up when we did the shopping. Beyond that,
As has been our habit for many years, we eat Football Food on BIG GAME days. And as The New England Invitational is this coming up Sunday, we will be eating Football Food– appetizers and such eaten before, during, and after the BIG GAME. Here are some links to great Football Food recipes: Recipe: Veggie
Fresh from the garden! CREAMED SPINACH Serves 4 3 lbs fresh spinach 1 ½ C water 4 Tbsp butter ½ C flour 1 ½ C half and half Dash nutmeg Salt, black pepper to taste Cook washed spinach in salted boiling water for 45 minutes or until cooked down. Drain, squeezing as much liquid out as possible, then chop spinach fine.
Substitute grilled turkey legs and wings for chicken Mr. Big Food was a bit under the weather this past weekend but he still managed to grill some turkey leg quarters and wings. At the time, however, neither of us were too keen on enjoying them. So the grilled turkey parts were just sitting in the
Carrot Casserole I Spinach Loaf I Recipes forthcoming. I don’t remember when I’ve had such good spinach. Or carrots, for that matter. ~~ My seed order list includes more carrots. In general, they don’t seem to mind the clay as much as I thought they would, especially since I till in a lot of peat.
1 lb + blanched New Zealand spinach Seed from Botanical Interests Spinach New Zealand Heirloom Seed Tetragonia tetragonioides 50-70 days. Discovered by Sir Joseph Banks in New Zealand during the 1770 voyage of Captain James Cook, and enjoyed by 18th century gardeners. Also known as perpetual spinach, New Zealand is not true spinach, but a