Posts Tagged ‘spinach’
Rebecca is my daughter. She’s a very good cook. While I couldn’t get her to chop an onion when she was growing up, she’s become a cook who tries everything now—successfully. She also is the Manager of The Good Cooking Store in our little Lancaster County town of Intercourse, PA. She taught Language Arts to middle-schoolers for 7 years. Now we benefit from all of her energy and good ideas. Don’t miss what she has to say! Continue Reading...
Haven’t seen your high school girlfriends for a while but you wish you could?
A little scared and worried about how to host a bunch of people when you’ve been running hard all week and the house isn’t in perfect shape?
Read Sharon’s testimonial about how you might get together without wearing yourself out with cooking:
Sure, you can be a good host! Just remember to hang a little loose. Choose the dish you want to make, and then clear some space for the people and the dishes they’ll be bringing. That’s about it for you; your guests will take care of the rest.
Here’s what I’m making for the next potluck I host, or get invited to, from our brand-new cookbook: Fix-It and Enjoy-It! Potluck Heaven: 543 Stove-Top and Oven Dishes That Everyone Loves!
Okay, guys, I haven’t tried using a waffle iron as a Panini maker yet, but I have been wishing for a Panini press for a long time.
The problem is—I really don’t want to clog up my kitchen workspace with another appliance. My cupboards and drawers are full enough. And, really, how often would I use it? Clearly, I’ve been having trouble justifying this.
But this might work!
Our recent lunch and dinner classes have included leafy lettuce salads. It is a great way to highlight the fresh seasonal bounty here in Lancaster County.
What would we do without our salad spinners? Gone is the temptation to skip giving those leafy greens a good wash, especially when we’re squeezed for time.