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Lemony Brussel Sprouts

The strong flavor of fresh squeezed lemon juice goes quite well with the slightly caramelized Brussel sprouts. The maple syrup takes the edge off the tart lemon juice. The choice of mustard is yours....

 

Cranberry Sauce

Some of my fondest holiday cooking involves fresh cranberries. Each season I cook up a slightly different version. I prefer their tart flavor to savor in every bite to especially compliment dressing...

 

Apple and Onion Dressing

Dressing is my favorite side dish with a Thanksgiving turkey dinner. This recipe works perfectly as a casserole. Serve with turkey gravy over. This recipe can be adapted to be gluten free with your...

 

Chocolate Cookies

This is a quick and easy recipe. Makes enough for you to share. The cake mixes are interchangeable in this recipe. I used a devil's food cake mix. I imagine a lemon box mix would be lovely. You mix...

 

Low-Fat Bean Soup

Windy fall weather brings on the desire for warm homemade soups. My health dictates a low-fat diet and my husband, Kevin, assisted in preparing the ingredients with some guidance from me. Over a...

 

Toasted Oats

Toasting oats is a great way to warm your house on a chilly fall day. It fills your home with a nutty fragrance. It has just a bit of a crunch. It's a perfect topper for your yogurt snack. Toasted...

 

Applesauce

It appears to be a year of abundance for apples of many varieties. This recipe uses a large slow cooker and a food mill. The apples cook down in the slow cooker. This is a convenience but must be...

 

Hot Pepper Vinegar

A condiment I learned about while traveling in the south. Available in many restaurants, as a condiment on the tables of diners. Then, returning home, I found a similar brand in grocery stores. I...

 

Pear Sauce

Thankful for generous friends. Sheila Klein offers pears each year, from her trees. The pears are picked and sorted into varieties. We bring boxes and take our selections home. I keep orca pears cool...

 

Baked Salmon Steaks

Salmon steaks, ideally, are from a firm fish. There's a wild taste because it's baked with the bones in and the skin is on. I tried a cajun Louisiana fish fry mix. Baking on parchment paper makes...

 

Zucchini Lasagna

The highlight of my summer cooking has been preparing zucchini lasagna. This recipe will feed four. I selected a uniform shaped zucchini, medium size. Plus I ventured to try my hand at using a...

 

Vegetable Beef Soup

Fresh vegetables are the main ingredients to this recipe. I chopped them fairly small and uniform in size. The beef selections are stew meat, steak tips, cut-up steak or roast. Browning the beef adds...

 

Pasta with Pesto

I was recently gifted pesto on two occasions. One from Jane Stephens, who lives in town and one from Ann Maroney, who works in town. The balsamic vinegar is a bit overpowering in flavor and color....

 

Jalapeño Jelly

Of the jams and jellies I make and can at home, jalapeño jelly is the most requested. Even the years I do not make it, someone will ask for it. This year I bought jalapeños from La Conner Gardens...

 

Zucchini Bread

Zucchini is one of those summer perpetual vegetables. It grows in abundance and if you do not garden, friends will often give away their excess. Or you can still buy them at a good price from the...

 

Spicy Cucumber Salad

This could be served as a spicy condiment with rice and your choice of meat. I eat this as a snack, to carry me over while our dinner meal is prepared. When I began preparing Korean dishes, I started...

 

Summer Cake

Serve with fresh berries and whipped cream. When the fresh berry season arrives in Skagit County, we enjoy this cake often. The vanilla flavor and crunchy edges offers so much more than what we might...

 

Grilled Steak with Basic Rub

Select your steak. I chose a one pound two ounce grass-fed strip loin steak. To grill, I used an electric grill, two sided, from Pampered Chef. To oil the grill, I used a pastry brush and Safflower...

 

Fresh Berry Cake

This is a layered cake with berries on the bottom and cake batter on top. Fresh picked raspberries, everbearing strawberries and wild strawberries. The wild strawberries we were gifted from a friend...

 

Salsa

This is a water bath canning recipe for half-pint jars. I use the Instant Pot to prepare the tomatoes. I also use a hand-cranked food mill to finish processing the tomatoes. 20 medium tomatoes...

 

Rhubarb Crumble

It’s rhubarb season. I let mine grow until there is a special occasion. Then I bake a dessert to enjoy with family. On this occasion, it was the dinner party to celebrate the graduation of our...

 

Fresh Herb and Flower Salad

Our herbs and flowers are flourishing in our garden! It’s quite lovely. You can pick to your taste. Fresh is always best! Most of our raised beds are a few feet off the ground. So despite the heavy...

 

Blueberry Smothie

Blueberries! We love blueberries! We live in an area where acres and acres of blueberries are grown. We eat gallons of blueberries each year. I freeze blueberries and gift them to family. Ingredients Plain yogurt, 1 cup Blueberries, 1cup Honey, 2...

 

Asian Marinade for Steak & Veggies

A flat iron steak is perfect for this recipe. After marinating the steak four hours, I used an indoor electric grill. While it was grilling, I prepped fresh veggies. I used a double sided grill from...

 

Baked Salmon

A Sunday evening meal that includes salmon is always enjoyable. I recently paired it with steamed brown rice and asparagus cooked in olive oil with fresh garlic. Kevin’s favorite part is the tail. A...

 

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