The pecan pie had to be just about the best one I ever had. It tasted just like freshly cooked, warm pecans, in a pie crust, with frosting on them. Thanksgiving dinner lasted us for the rest of our trip in South Carolina. When we arrived home, I immediately knew that I would never forget this trip. If given the option of doing this again next year, as opposed to having Thanksgiving at home as usual, I would immediately say
"You just grow the sprouts of any greens, and eat them when they 're still tiny," she said. "Like an itty bitty salad, but even better for you!" I cultivate a kitchen garden and also have indoor plants, so I can see why she thought I’d like microgreens. They 're easy to grow, crops are ready within just a couple of weeks, and they 're tasty as well as trendy and fancy. (“Marvelous sprouts," I imagine my dinner guest cooing at the puff of green atop her entree, to which I reply nonchalantly, "Oh, the
Me and Mom start serving the pasta, pouring a little on each white plate. Instead of smelling like burnt flour it starts to smell like a warm, buttery soup cooking. Thankfully Mom’s recipe tasted (and looked) much better than mine and we were able to eat lunch in peace. Later at dinner Mom shares the news to Dad about my macaroni mess. I could honestly care less, I was just glad it was over with.
So say good bye to bank breaking surgeries and next time even if a kid in the family is showing sour tonsillitis or throat signs prepare this quick recipe and get dazzled by the results! The use of folk medicine by our ancestors made them keep various diseases at bay. The following and many other recipes have been passed through generations, so that today we can cure ourselves by easily at our homes. Simple Ingredients • Black or regular cumin seeds – 80 g • Filtered water – 250 ml • Whisky or Cognac – 1 tbsp Easy Method: Put cumin seeds and 200 ml water in a pot and bring to boil. Let it cook for more 15 minutes.
The sandwiches are so huge that we make a game of seeing who can eat without it collapsing. (I usually win because she attempts to hold onto the sides causing the meat and potatoes to come squirting out the back.) Whether our group consists of just four or has twelve, the meal ceaselessly proves to be enjoyable. In my family, the menus for Christmas and Thanksgiving are never the same. However, St. Patrick 's Day is consistent.
Each family has their own traditions for each holiday and I love ours. My family’s tradition it is that we have to have delicious, warm, cinnamon covered sweet potato yams with our meal and that is not only the best smell in the world, but also the best taste, especially when I add mini marsh mellows on top and they melt over them for a nice creamy layer on top. Later in the day there are more aromas of the food in the air like cornbread and biscuits baking in the oven. Then we all sit down and enjoy are nice meal altogether as a family. I could not imagine this time of year without my family.
Now, my father and I make the cookies occasionally when we start to crave them again. Every time I eat one of the cookies, I immediately think of going to Grandma’s and how much joy baking with my grandma brought me. I hope baking this recipe brings you as much joy as it brings
I was five years old in kindergarten at the West Farm School, when I learned to makes soups, cornbread and cut up vegetables with a sharp knife. I ground the corn kernels until they were as soft as a duckling.The cornbread smelled the room with a sweet aroma.You could hear the chopping of the knives slice each vegetable carefully. The Stone soup we made smelled as a good as your mom’s home cooking. If it was not for my kindergarten teachers at the West Farm school, I would not have found my love of cooking with a flare. I have learned so much in Pro Foods 1 with Chef Barton.
I was eager to find out what all the students had been thrilled about for todays lunch. I studied my meal. The crispito was perfectly toasted at the ends. Just a perfect golden brown tint. Cheese was drizzled on top of the crispito.