LABOR DAY BARBECUED BAKED BEANS 2 cans pork and beans, 16 oz ea. 1 can regular beans, your choice, drained 1 cup favorite barbeque sauce or more to taste 1/2 cup packed dark brown sugar 1 medium onion, chopped 1 Granny Smith apple, chopped but not peeled 4 strips bacon, sauteed and cut up Mix everything together. Pour into two quart sprayed casserole. Bake … Continue reading Best Barbecued Baked Beans for Labor Day
Have you ever used angelica, savory, lemon balm or lovage? If so, you’re following an age old tradition of using herbs that were used thousands of years ago. Here are some of those herbs: LOVAGE In days gone by, some larger monasteries had a garden for the person in charge of ale/beer making. Lovage was one of the herbs for liqueurs. Lovage was a common herb used … Continue reading Angelica, Savory, Lemon Balm and Lovage: Little known Bible herbs
CHAMP WITH SCALLIONS The story goes that in the 5th century AD, St. Patrick went to Ireland, killed all the snakes and converted the people. What were they eating? For starters, leeks, cress, and cabbage, all of which are….you guessed it…green! Think abut it, though. The food pyramid stresses green leafy veggies and good root vegetables like potatoes, so the Irish were way ahead of their … Continue reading Champ or colcannon for St. Patrick’s Day – what’s the diff?