This is my new holiday brussels sprouts recipe. It contains Christmas colors and flavors, yet it is so easy to make. If you don’t have an oven available, make them in a skillet. They’re delicious either way. Continue reading “Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Cranberries and Pecans”
Do you buy candied ginger only to find it hard as a rock the next time you need some? I sure do! Making your own is easy and saves money. It stores in its own syrup for many months or you can drain them and roll them in sugar. This recipe makes the best-tasting candied ginger using the least amount of ingredients. Continue reading “How to Make Candied Ginger”
Caramelizing onions is easy. It just takes time. Learn the tips to making caramelized onions at home. Eating out is not the only answer. Use caramelized onions in quiches, omelets, soup, warm sandwiches, potato salad, and casseroles, to name a few. Continue reading “Caramelizing Onions”
You may have seen my Low-Carb Gluten Free Roasted Breaded Cauliflower Recipe. In this new recipe, I thought, “Be damned a little more carbs! Using cauliflower in a side dish is low in carbs already!” I boosted the protein a little and instead of using Kraft canister Parmesan, I used fresh Parmigiano Reggiano. Oh my! What a difference these two changes made! It’s addictive!
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Not only learn how to cook spaghetti squash (aka vegetable spaghetti), but also how to easily cut it in half. You don’t need to buy any fancy spiral machine to substitute spaghetti squash for pasta. It’s naturally gluten free and easily shreds with a fork. Mix in your favorite sauce or top with butter or margarine. Then season as desired. Continue reading “Spaghetti Squash Recipe”
Whether you’re a new cook and wish to learn how to boil corn on the cob, or a veteran looking for an easier way of removing the husks, this page will teach you a thing or two. We’re never too old to learn! Continue reading “Corn on the Cob Without Shucking + Steaming a New Way”