Butternut Squash Potato Salad. Peel and boil white potatoesMeanwhile, peel, slice and bake the squash for approximately 20 minutes at 400. The goal is to have cooked but still firm squash, similar in texture to the potatoes. I used a Victory Farms Butternut for this recipe. It had good texture and peeled easily. I put a couple of T of water in the baking dish and covered it. When the white potatoes are cool enough to handle, cube and dress with sunflower or other light oil, cider vinegar, and salt and pepper to taste.
Add a small red onion [or ¼ of a large red onion,] thinly sliced.When the squash is cool, cube and toss with the other ingredients.Sprinkle with walnuts just before serving. Butternut Squash-Potato Salad. Grilling Experiments 2. Grilling Experiments 2 Grilled Lemon Ginger Eggplant plus Grilled Ginger Lime Sweet Potato with Red Onion with Garlic and Lime.
Bonus cold salad from leftovers! Eggplant 2 large eggplants thoroughly washed and trimmed. Slice into ½ inch slices lengthwise. (See photo) If you find your knife slipping off the eggplant, use a serrated knife. Red Onion 3 medium or large whole red onions peeled and sliced into ½ inch thick rounds. Sweet Potato 3-4 medium sweet potatoes, peeled and sliced lengthwise into ½ inch slices Grapeseed Oil for grilling. Directions: Begin with the vegetable which needs the LEAST amount of grill time, in this case the eggplant, and layer them into your prep pan, oiling lightly as you stack.
Cut each kind of vegie into large dice, and dress, serve warm or cold. Dressing for Red Onions 2 Tablespoons finely minced garlic (more or less, to your taste.) Each of these vegies was DELICIOUS! Hummus Described. Hummus is a simple, delicious spread which is easy to make.
Hummus recipes usually include four basic ingredients: garbanzo beans, also known as chickpeas; garlic; lemon juice; and tahini or toasted sesame seeds. Tahini is a spread made from ground sesame seeds, lemon juice, garlic, and salt. How to make hummus Begin with a simple recipe for hummus, such as this basic one: 3.5 Cups cooked garbanzo beans (2 – 15 oz. cans) 1-2 large cloves of garlic (to your taste) 1/4 C toasted sesame seeds (or ¼ C – ¾ Cup tahini) 3-6 Tablespoons of Lemon Juice (depending on how thick or thin you like your hummus) Blend together in a blender, food processor, or molcajete to the consistency you like.
Serve hummus as an appetizer or snack, with fresh vegetables and pita chips. Hummus is nutritious as well as delicious. Creating Recipes using Leftovers. Cooking every day for a family inevitably means leftovers.
Those of us who cook every day learn many creative uses for leftovers. This article looks at some of those ways to use leftovers and suggests principles for creating recipes for left overs, as an alternative to focusing on just getting them used up. When we begin cooking for ourselves, we often freeze leftovers, carry them to work in an insulated bag, and use the office microwave to enjoy a favorite meal warmed over for lunch later in the week.
The longer we cook, the more likely we are to use leftovers to up the interest factor in morning omelets or salads for lunch. Leftovers can become a staple for quick and easy dinners. More cooking experience often leads to trying more complex recipes, and having more interesting leftovers, but finding recipes for leftovers is sometimes difficult and often humorous. Here are two principles for improvising recipes for leftovers: 1. Principle 1: eating needs and habits of your family. Spiritual Food. Spiritual food is a must for every Christian.
Most of us know the story of Jesus Christ. Immediately, after Jesus got baptized, he went on a mountain and fasted for 40 days and 40 nights. It is very obvious that he would be hungry as well as weak. The Satan took advantage of His weakness and tempted Jesus. Then, the Satan told Jesus, “If you are the Son of God, you can change stones into loaves of bread”. The three basic spiritual foods for Christians to live a healthy life are: • Prayer • Fellowship • Word of God There has to be a balance in all these three spiritual foods.
Learn to Bake Biscuits. Both Kate and Christopher wanted to learn to make BISCUITS.
Biscuits are new to Kate, but have some things in common with bread baking, so she taught the parts she knows to Christopher. A happy day for me when I’ve taught my daughter well and she can teach her brother! I filled in the new information, and we had delicious biscuits for a late breakfast. Kate chimes in: I had a lot of fun being able to teach my brother something I myself hardly knew. It gave me a much better understanding of how to bake bread, solidifying the rough knowledge I gained the first time around when mom taught me.