I usually offered to send my green peas to Africa for those starving kids, but somehow that was never the point my mother wanted me to see.
I don’t know how to follow a recipe. The minute I sit down to look at my newest issue of Cooking Light or open a cookbook, I begin to think of alternative ingredients and how I would have developed the recipe instead of the one printed on the page. And thanks to a few yearsContinue reading “Whole Wheat Oatmeal Blueberry Mini-Muffins”
I don’t mind waking up at 2 A.M. Really. There’s plenty of time to get up, wander around the darkened house, check email (as if anyone important is going to send email in the middle of the night), and wait to get sleepy. When the sandman finally returns, there is still enough time to getContinue reading “Early Morning Muffins”
About a month ago, I finally harvested my small green chile crop from my garden. After roasting, peeling, and chopping, I had just enough for two green chile enchiladas and a few mornings of green chile scrambled eggs. Buried behind a large cluster of marigolds, I left the plants and forgot about them. Imagine myContinue reading “Fresh Green Chile Makes Everything Taste Better”