20 LOST RECIPES FROM THE PIONEERS: WHAT THEY COOKED IN THEIR JOURNEY WESTWARD

Today’s post is quick, but very cool, at least to me. 😊 Below is a link to an article which highlights 20 actual pioneer recipes, which were used during their journey to begin a new life. You have everything from “mud apples” and “chuckwagon beans”, to “vinegar lemonade” and “dutch oven trout”. I hope you… Read More

5 Recipes from my Mother’s Kitchen

With all of us celebrating Mother’s day yesterday, I’m honoring my Mom today on both of my blogs. FOLLOW THIS LINK to see a poem I wrote her in June, 2005 for her 60th birthday. My Mom is an absolutely AMAZING cook! I’d like to think my love of cooking came from watching her work… Read More

10 ‘Depression Era’ Recipes to Make if your Pantry is Bare

One of my favorite things to do is look for vintage and old timey recipes. I decided to scour the internet for depression era recipes for today’s article. I thought it fitting since many items are scarce in grocery stores today. My grocery store is almost always out of flour. Eggs are a hit and… Read More

Simple Batch Cooking Meal Plan — The Wellness Mama

If you’ve wanted to try meal planning this post from The Wellness Mama is for you. In this article, she explains batch cooking and includes a 7-day meal plan. She also breaks down the cooking procedure into a step-by-step process. It couldn’t be easier! For the main article and full meal plan, follow the link… Read More

50 Immune Boosting Vegetarian Recipes And Foods

In my oh so humble opinion, you can NEVER have enough vegetable recipes!! A plant based diet is key to a healthy body and long life. Here’s are 50 vegetarian recipes from Veg Recipes from India! “In this critical time, it is essential to have food that your body needs. You can make a conscious… Read More

10 One-Pot Dinners for When You Don’t Feel Like Doing the Dishes

I HATE doing dishes!! If you’re like me, there’s nothing better or easier than a one dish dinner. The article below lists 10 dinners made in ONE POT! YEAH! “Dirty dishes are generally unavoidable when you’re cooking, but there is no rule that says you can’t use fewer dishes when life calls for it. And I… Read More

Adventist Brown Rice Salad – Blue Zones

Filled with Mediterranean flavors, like olive oil and parsley, this salad is easy to whip up with fresh or leftover brown rice. — Read on http://www.bluezones.com/recipe/adventist-brown-rice-salad/

Okinawan Cream of Mushroom Soup – Blue Zones

This cream of mushroom soup was inspired by a traditional Okinawan dish. Mushrooms are a prized ingredient on the island since they add a deep, umami flavor to dishes, and dried varieties are even beautifully wrapped and given as gifts. — Read on http://www.bluezones.com/recipe/okinawan-cream-of-mushroom-soup/

A Middle-Age Pathway Recipe: Lazy Pot Pie Stuffed Squash (Vegan version available)

Today I have a whole food recipe which gives you a way to use up some of your leftovers. Here is my personal recipe for leftovers, which in this case was turkey. However, this  really isn’t a recipe, as much as a process, which is very versatile. In this instance, I used Delicata squash, along… Read More

Sticky and Smokey Chipotle and Maple-Baked Chicken on the bone

This chicken recipe looks so amazing! I can’t wait to try it! Sticky and Smokey Chipotle and Maple-Baked Chicken on the bone Sticky and Smokey Chipotle and Maple-Baked Chicken on the bone — Read on poachmequick.com/sticky-and-smokey-chipotle-and-maple-baked-chicken-on-the-bone/