Richly flavored and deeply colored, Shiitake Gravy puts the crowning touch on Thanksgiving Dinner. For a vegetarian feast, prepare the gravy according to the recipe. Continue reading
There’s much to do and make and prepare for the Thanksgiving meal. It’s my favorite holiday of the year with its focus on food, friends, family and gratitude. Yet the pressure to get the meal on the table on time and beautifully presented Continue reading
Arugula grows so beautifully in our tiny garden. During the cooler spring weather it grows into a compact, deep green plant with many long leaves. As soon as the warm weather hits Continue reading
My inspiration this week came from having so many beautiful crimson stalks of rhubarb and so little time. I wanted to make a recipe that would involve lots of rhubarb, little effort Continue reading
“A host of golden daffodils;
Beside the lake, beneath the trees, fluttering and dancing in the breeze.”
It’s Spring in Montana
Can you believe the vibrant color of these, our first daffodils? They have just bloomed and are a most welcome Continue reading
A great definition of sauce from BrainyQuote.com—and a most fitting description of pesto. But it’s still winter and my garden basil is a distant memory and a future dream. What is in abundance Continue reading
Roses are red, violets are blue, honey is sweet and so are you!
A Cake for All Reasons . . .
Moist, luscious, gluten-free, honey-sweetened Orange and Almond Cake is a great birthday cake, an excellent tea cake, a cake for Valentine’s Day Continue reading