MMMM GOOD! Nothing like a bowl of homemade lentil soup to warm you up on these snowy evenings! I used to make this all the time and started it with a ham hock. But, ever since my life turned around and I fell in love with a vegetarian, I had to learn how to make […]
Dump those dishes and make room for the bowl! With our on the go life styles, it seems people are ditching their plates for bowls, and not just any type of bowl, these are power bowls. The newest trend hitting the streets of New York are bowls packed with macrobiotics, whole grains, vegetables and superfoods. […]
This is my favorite Irish soda bread. My mother-in-law makes this every St. Patrick’s day and it was passed down to her from her mother, who lived in Wexford, Ireland. I like it much more than the sweet white bread version.
Even the grumpiest of mornings won’t last long when serving up a plate of these sweet little treats. Get clever with fruit toppings to ease the guilt of offering gooey morning buns to your kids. Hey… whatever it takes to make your AM...
Here is another one of my go-to recipes. You are lucky to get this recipe. Trust me, if you heard the story how I acquired it, you wouldn’t believe it. Sprinkle with green sugar and you have a St. Patrick’s day dessert.
Getting cabin fever? Come support your local businesses at the Bethpage Village Restoration Fair. They will be hosting the Gourmet Food and Handmade Market next Sat. March 18 from 11-3. This is not just your ordinary fair. You will find local handmade vendors such as: Handmade jewelry, Home decor, Crafts, Gifts, Scarves, Baby items, Delicious food, Frozen wontons, Sweets, Honey, oils, and more! Baked Black Bean […]