Here are a variety of ways to make buffalo wings! They are all yummy!
Celery is an effective plant which is responsible of curing various health problems.
Here is one we are going to try this week to see if we want to have it fo Thanksgiving.
Butternut squash is by far my favorite squash. It is also very, very good for you. Butternut squash is loaded with beta-carotene (vitamin A) and antioxidants like vitamin C and the B vitamins and folates (folic acid) and it is high in potassium as well as significant amounts of other good things we need for our good health. What is more, it is low in fat. There are many ways to prepare this delicious squash from plain and simple with a little of your favorite seasoning added to casseroles, soups and desserts. The following is one of my favorites…
It is summer and salad time and if you want to get away from the usual potato or pasta salads why not try a rice salad. My family really likes this one and it is vegetarian. I usually use green peas in this salad but I enjoy it with other legumes as well. Take your pick or mix them up and enjoy…It is a good way to use up those dabs of leftover legumes in your refrigerator too.
It’s that time of year again! Buffalo Chicken Dip is a great holiday dip to serve at parties or make for your family.
Beautifully mellow in flavor with your choice of blue or Cheddar cheese. Bake in a well-greased pan so none of the goodness sticks!
Can a making and eating a soup affect the world at large? The answer just might be yes, if that soup contains fair trade cashews, which are said to have a positive effect of the Amazonian Rain Forest, claimed by some to be the lungs of Planet Earth.
Vegetables will soon be coming in from your spring gardens. After putting up your winter supply, if you still have a surplus, don’t let them go to waste. Try this delicious vegetable relish. It will perk up your meals and bring you plenty of compliments. Print up a bunch of this recipe, everyone will want a copy.