I always enjoy chatting with Matt Swaim on the Sonrise Morning Show, Sacred Heart Radio about Bible foods and herbs. Today the subject was capers. CAPERS Capers are mentioned in Ecclesiastes 12:5. “When one is afraid of heights, and terrors are in the road; the almond tree blossoms, the grasshopper drags itself along, and DESIRE FAILS.” The flower buds of the caper bush were called … Continue reading Capers, a Biblical bud and Panzanella
To continue my “series” of requested recipes that I’ve shared before, today we’ll do crepes. My girls/chickens have really slacked off laying. The only one producing is Granny, our white leghorn. And she’s the oldest and scrawniest! So I decided to make crepes with the few eggs I have. Think crepes are hard to make? The answer is no. Yes, they sound fancy but these … Continue reading Crepes Easy Peasy!
Remember when I told you I’d be sharing “best of/most requested” recipes again? And that I’d update and adapt them so if you had to substitute an ingredient, you could? Well, here’s a much loved stew recipe: Mary Helen’s “No peek” classic beef oven stew. Perfect for a cozy winter supper. The recipe calls for tapioca – I had none so subbed in a smaller … Continue reading Mary Helen’s No Peek Beef Stew: Updated
Looks like we’re starting out 2021 much as we ended 2020. The pandemic is still why many of us are working, and cooking, at home. The latest news is that we may be entering a super critical stage. So I’m limiting outings even more to keep myself, my family, and others safe. That means few trips to the grocery, so for the next few weeks, … Continue reading Love Stuffed Bells? Try Stuffed Bell Pepper Soup!