Well, the potatoes are roasted, the peas and corn are steamed, the fake sausages are fried and the gravy is mixed. These are my complex, technical cooking terms. Advertisements
This was very simple – throw the pasta in the boiling water, cook, add sauce, sprinkle cheese, eat, leave room for dessert… Blackberry and apple crumble, what a classic! I had poor, sad old apples, sitting on the kitchen … Continue reading
This soup is a homemade hodge-podge, with any vegetables I had in the house thrown in. Onion, potato, broccoli, stock-cubes, yam, cabbage, carrot, rutabaga…I think that’s all. The kids loved this soup and were thankful that it wasn’t out … Continue reading
So, I am experimenting with breakfast bars. Next September at my kids’ school I want to have healthy food for them in the morning. These bars are super easy, they don’t need to be cooked, they have hardly any sugar … Continue reading
The more dinners I write about, the more it makes me realize how much I use leftovers from other meals. So, here we are again with pizza and the veggies are leftovers from a pasta sauce I made a while … Continue reading
This is one of the best quick meals. Beans on toast. It’s as simple as it sounds. Toast, with beans on top – lovely!
This dinner we had last night was just veggie ground round (italian), peas, corn, red pepper, and gravy, with sliced yam on top and a sprinkling of cheese. It was gone in no time, the kids loved it!