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Warm Lemon Water

We regularly drink lemon water. This method was a game changer for us. As for preparation, it’s as simple as it gets. The result, with some added honey is so soothing. Lemons come in different...

 

Spot Prawns

This recipe is much simpler than the recipe I wrote for this column in July 2016. I believe it’s quicker. You use live spot prawns. Keep them on ice until ready to cook. I cooked up two pounds of fr...

 

Berry Cobbler

These are the ingredients I always keep on hand: milk, flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and frozen berries. Mix them all up and we have a wonderful snack and something to enjoy with the morning...

 

Tater Tot Casserole

This is a recipe I learned to prepare only after I married Kevin. It was served at a tribe’s community dinner. I resolved to cook it for us, at home. The last time I prepared this meal was eight...

 

Bacon Wrapped Steak Bites

This is a recipe for the air fryer. Two tips I have learned about cooking with an air fryer is to use tin foil and parchment paper. I have a basket-type air fryer. I turn the basket upside down and...

 

Salmon Pie

One of my Alaskan friends introduced me to this pie. Then I noticed one of my Alaskan cousins was making it. Then one of my husband’s cousins, who is part Alaska native, made it. It seemed like a ma...

 

Blueberry Tomato Salad

Any variety of tomato would be delicious in this recipe. I used small cherry tomatoes, cut in half or thirds. Cutting tomatoes allows the flavor from the tomatoes to intermingle. I checked my raised...

 

Quick and Easy Frybread

My only New Year’s resolution this year was to learn to make frybread. Swinomish offered two classes and I signed up for the afternoon class. In Swinomish and among many tribes, you hit elder...

 

Eggplant Stuffed with Meatloaf

This is an incredible recipe. When cooking eggplant, it is best salted to remove some of the bitter flavor. The meatloaf is just vegetables, spices and ground beef – no fillers. I had only one...

 

Irish Soda Bread

About 40 years ago, I baked this bread on a regular basis. I am bringing it to Aqiimuk’s Kitchen in recognition of St. Patrick’s Day. My first loaf in 40 years looks a bit rustic but it rose...

 

LENTIL SOUP WITH HAM

A nourishing and filling meal. Any variety of lentil will do. I used red lentils. Their color cooked out, but the flavor did not. The rainbow carrot, being bright red, kept it’s color. A single bay...

 

JAZZED UP GREEN BEANS

My mother’s expression was to “doctor up” a dish to make something plain, a bit more tasty. She often did that with a dab of real butter. For this recipe, I used one can of French style green...

 

Red Cabbage

Love eating the colors of the rainbow. Love combining fruit with vegetables for a tasty dish. I leave a bit of crunch in many of the vegetables I cook. This is a simple recipe that includes any...

 

Onion Bread

A warm bread to snack on these chilly sunny days of late winter. The transition between winter and spring. Foggy mornings. Frosty mornings. Blue skies. This recipe is made in the bread machine. The br...

 

Roasted Chicken Drumsticks with Vegetables

Ingredients Chicken drumsticks, 1 to 2 per serving Garlic powder or granules, 2 teaspoons Black pepper, 1 teaspoon Paprika, ½ teaspoon Dried parsley, ½ teaspoon Butter, 1 tablespoon...

 

Air Fryer Brussel Sprouts

This recipe was a taste test of Purple Brussel Sprouts. We received one stalk through the CSA of Boldly Grown Farms. This recipe was also a new venture of cooking recipes in a basket-type Air Fryer....

 

Chocolate Frosting

Chocolates are one of my biggest cravings. This frosting recipe is sweetly chocolatey. It can be made with canned evaporated milk, heavy cream or any dairy milk. I use a powdered baking cocoa for...

 

Spaghetti Casserole

When I cook up a batch of homemade spaghetti, there’s always enough for another day. I make a casserole to freeze for that day. I enjoy doing this, by adding a bit of olive oil, butter, garlic granu...

 

Apple Cranberry Tart with Crumble Top

This is a throw together recipe using fresh fruit on hand plus utilizing that extra pre-made, refrigerated pie crust. Take care not to add too much cinnamon or brown sugar. That allows you to taste...

 

Pears Baked with Blue Cheese

Our son-in-law hails from Oregon. His dad, Bob Logue and his wife Anne, generously send us a box of pears at Christmas from the McCarthy Family Farm. Clearly marked as fragile, the postmistress,...

 

Beef Brisket

This beef brisket cooked on top of the wood stoverecipe takes the slow food movement to a level of understanding both the meat source and the meat preparation. We buy the majority of our meat from...

 

Slow Roasted Beef Stew

This recipe begins on the stovetop, browning the meat with onion and seasonings. When browned, the rest of the ingredients are added. The three hours of total roast time allowed Kevin and me to...

 

Eggnog Pie

Unbeatable if you love eggnog. A few simple ingredients and you have a quick dessert. I used whole nutmeg with a spice grater to add the finishing touch. For the families who love pies, it Is fun to...

 

Chocolate Dipped Coconut Macaroons

There are a variety of ways to make coconut macaroons. You can use just two ingredients: sweetened, flaked coconut and sweetened condensed milk. Or, add a bit of flour and make them larger in size....

 

Pumpkin Bread

It’s that time of year that I begin baking for the holidays. I bake for us and bake to share. I had planned to bake pumpkin bread for the last two weeks, but being rather busy, at least I baked so...

 

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