Tag Archives: Salt

Cheesy Tomato Basil Fish & Rice

I have tomatoes in abundance right now. And if I don’t use them up soon, they’ll be too ripe for anything other than sauces. So this is another one of those “gotta use it up!” recipes. WARNING: I have changed … Continue reading

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Yeast Breads: Not Scary!

I’ve heard some people say that they won’t make anything with yeast in the ingredient list. I don’t know why, really. It’s so easy! There are two major things to know about: proofing and salt.

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Making Chinese Dumplings

The wife of my church’s missionary to China taught my mom, sister, aunt, and me how to make dumplings yesterday. She made Danny, Bella, and me dumplings after I had Declan. They are delicious! She very kindly offered to teach … Continue reading

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Pop! Pop! Pop!

My favoritest in-laws in the whole wide world bought me a Whirley-Pop for Christmas a few years ago. I love it.

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Soaked Flour Whole Wheat Bread (Recipe!)

The reason why I soak my grains is explained in “Is Your Flour Wet?” a free e-book available from Kitchen Stewardship.  I’m not going to take the time to re-write the whole explanation now. Suffice it to say that soaking … Continue reading

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