The Grow System
I collect cookbooks, the older the better. It intrigues me how food trends change. Even the use of certain products change...Oleo for example. Does Oleo still exist? Some books include stories to accompany the recipe. Some include a little history of the person submitting the recipe. Does anyone else collect cookbooks?
Looks like a 'Honka' Dahlia but tastes like vanilla. 🤔
I have a bunch of patty pan squash in the freezer. Since I need to use it, I went looking for a recipe. I roasted it before I froze it, so that might take a little time off cooking. Will let you know Dad's opinion is on this one; since the eggplant didn't go over very well. Here's the link:
I guess I forgot to mention the great barbecue "byproducts" that result from cooking real barbecue - hash and Brunswick Stew. Well, Brunswick stew is probably the older dish. Amateur food historians have debated for decades of over the origin of Brunswick Stew. It was said to have been born in Brunswick, GA around the time…
Ok, I'm having a mustard craving. There are a couple commercial products out there that I love, and making it myself is fine, but what I seek from You All Marvelous People are... recipes. Snacks, dips, sauces, marinades... featuring mustard. I'm a polish or german mustard kinda person, if that matters, but here I am...…
Does anyone know how to make: chocolate gravy? coffee gravy? Recipe?