Archive: 'Mar 2017' :

Veggie Stock from Scraps

A long time ago… my friends mom, who was a great frugal cook showed me this trick of scrap saving and it was not for a compost pile! She kept all her vegetable scraps from various dishes she made like soups, stews, side dishes and tossed them in a Tupperware she kept in the freezer. […]

Mac n Cheese with Poached Eggs and Asparagus

  We have all had mac n cheese that has been boiled to death then you add back the binder by making a rue. This is way easier then that and once you make it you will never go back, that’s my bet. This is one of those meals that you can eat breakfast lunch […]

Food for Thought ~ Bob Proctor

I have been a seminar junkie from age 18 on. I grew up with mom listening to Zig Ziglar, Jim Rohn and many others. Mom was always writing goals and setting goals. Posting affirmations and making plans for the future. For my 19th Birthday mom bought me a ticket forĀ “The Fire Walk” with Anthony Robbins. […]

Seared Maitake Steak with Cauliflower Mash

  The picture says it all, I hope! Rich savory and easy to make. There is nothing like mushroom steaks and this will melt any mushroom lovers heart for sure. I have love mushrooms my whole life. I am so grateful to be living in a time where mushroom varieties are so abundant. Maitake is […]