50 Slow Cooker Recipes Life is busy around my house. Even though I have young kids, we are working on potty training, sharing, walking and just staying safe :) Toddlers are such a crazy and fun age! School is back in session, or almost back in session, and I am sure life is or will get busy taking kids to school, sporting events, extracurricular activities and pretty much anything that comes with the hustle and bustle of life. My mom was/is a huge fan of just throwing something in the crock pot in the morning and not having to worry about dinner the rest of the day. Places 6 Places To Eat Incredibly Well In Saint Thomas Where to eat on the beautiful U.S. Virgin Island
RecipeReminiscing A classic recipe from an ad for Sunkist Lemons published in 1932 Like this: Like Loading... A pie recipe from “Delicious Dairy Dishes” published in 1936 Cooking With Seeds - Cardamom Seeds Am here with this month's seeds for cooking with seeds event, after going through many seeds my final choice went for cardamom seeds...Cardamom or cardamom seeds is a popular spice used in India and in Middle East..Cardamom seeds are referred to as the Queen of spices, apart from its aromatic fragrance used for flavouring foods, cardamom also many healthy benefits for digestive system in aroma therapy..Caradmom seeds or cloves are used as versatile spice for making out sweet dishes or many spicy dishes also can be grounded into powder with their seeds to spice out many dishes.. You need to do: 1)Cook anything with green or black cardamom seeds, both vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes are accepted from today to 5th May 2010.. 2)Post as many dishes as u can in your blog from today onwards..many entries per person are allowed.. 3)Link back ur entry to this Cooking With Seeds announcement page..
Old Rival Crockpot Recipes and Directions Manual Home >> Rival Crockpot Recipe manual I can't remember where I picked up this old manual for a Rival Crockpot. I'm thinking it was at a garage sale. Sunday Roast Recipe This has to be my ultimate Sunday lunch. It’s a special alternative to your traditional roast beef dinner. I think part of the brilliance of this meal lies in confidently slicing up the component parts of the rib roast in a different way. This encourages people to think about the individual cuts of meat. Serve with a lemony watercress salad, if you like.–Jamie Oliver
Old Elizabethan Recipes The term "vegetable" was used only rarely during the Elizabethan era. Instead the term "herb" covered all green plants, roots and herbs. Food items which came from the ground were only are considered fit for the poor. How to Make: Homemade Greek Yogurt - Teaspoon of Spice During my years of grad school in Boston, I lived with a flat mate, Amy, who cooked a little but mainly lived on canned beans, noodles, jarred tomato sauce and an occasional piece of fish cooked in aluminum foil. So I almost dropped the phone the other day when I was chatting with Amy and she nonchalantly mentioned that she now makes homemade yogurt weekly. I’ve been seeing a lot of the homemade yogurt recipes on Pinterest lately, but clearly if Amy is making it “weekly,” and I NEVER have, I am way, way behind the times.
Vintage Recipe Cards 2 lb. round steak, sliced 1/4 in. thick, trimmed of fat, pounded 1/16 in. thick salt and pepper prepared mustard 1/4 cup finely chopped onion 3 dill pickles, rinsed, cut in half lengthwise or thin carrot strips 3 tbsp. oil, butter or marg. 1/4 lb. fresh mushrooms, sliced 3/4 cup dry red wine 1 cup beef broth Cut round steak into rectangles 4 x 6 in. Season with salt and pepper, spread with mustard, sprinkle with onions, add strip of pickle, roll up, fasten with toothpicks.