Interested in making your own Greek yogurt from raw milk? Well here is a recipe so easy that the yogurt practically makes itself! I have spent a lot of time feeling discouraged by rather involved yogurt recipes. This is not one of them.
I did not grow up celebrating Thanksgiving. The first time I partook of the celebration I was eighteen. My host parents had an amazing spread of food, all new to me; from the cranberry sauce to the pumpkin pie to the sweet potato casserole. It was a feast of unknown flavors, smells, and presentations.
As a sign of solidarity to everyone making an attempt to greet trick-or-treaters with wholesome, yummy desserts, I am offering a simple recipe for nutritious, minimally processed, gluten free, mini-coconut-pumpkin-muffins with colorful, homemade cream cheese frosting.
I love roasted chicken. But I love gravy with roasted chicken even more. This is a simple recipe I enjoy making on a regular basis because (1) it tastes delicious, (2) it has healthy saturated fats, (3) it is great for leftovers, and (4) the gravy is gluten free.
The first time I made this soup it was a total accident. We had some random ingredients in our fridge and I had to come up with something to feed my hungry husband. The results were so delicious that I have begun to make it regularly ever since.
These last couple of weeks have been rich with harvest. Happy Fall everyone! The other day I was making plum butter, tomato sauce, and pumpkin soup, when one of William Blake’s poems came to mind.
I came up with this smoothie recipe on a Sunday morning after realizing there were no eggs or bacon in the fridge. The result? “Absolute deliciousness!”
Pizza is one of my favorite foods. This week I have a recipe for a pizza that is built in layers, sort of like lasagna, and recalls the cuisine of Sicilian American immigrants. Featuring gluten-free dough.
People often ask me if I there’s any snack I just can’t get enough of. While I am interested in improving my health and learning to balance my diet, there is one food I would munch on any time: sour pickles.
I confess that since I moved to the USA I have been unable to eat lamb. It never tastes as good as the lamb my grandparents raised – at least until I had these lamb burgers. Deck Family’s meat lacks that too-strong sheepy taste that some lamb meat has, but still retains a robust and unique flavor.