Oatmeal Drop Biscuits; going organic

Oatmeal Drop Biscuits

I may have mentioned that I love soup. Mon mari likes (not loves) soup for lunch with his sandwich, but if I serve it for dinner, which I normally do the day I make it, he has to be bribed with bread. Because he, according to him and in his own words, has ‘no willpower … Continue reading…

Bean Soup with Ham; farewell Morocco

I have always loved soup. I ate a lot of soup for lunch when I was a child – usually the condensed kind that came in the red and white cans. I loved them all (except mushroom; that was just gross….) My favorite was Bean with Bacon. I have no idea if I would like … Continue reading…

Quinoa Drop Biscuits, mouse stories

It’s soup season. For me there are only two things that make winter tolerable. The first is that I don’t have a long list of outdoor chores every day – no hoeing and mowing and trimming and all that sort of stuff. The second is the soup. I love soup. Mon mari accepts soup…. As … Continue reading…

Cheddar Scones, news and strange bits

It's important (so I'm told) to keep one's brain in tip-top shape by learning new things. Here are some odd bits from the week – things I've learned and things in the news: French news:  In July it becomes law in France that every car has to have a breath test kit so that one … Continue reading…

Popovers – easiest bread possible! Really!

There are times when I wonder if I'm missing something regarding certain techniques and / or recipes. I started making risotto before the craze hit the US and it was officially declared difficult / tricky / complicated / doomed to failure. It's easy – at least, I've always thought so.  I could be wrong, of … Continue reading…

2 Drop Biscuits: Cheese; Oatmeal

In case you haven't noticed, I'm basically a lazy cook. Not so lazy that I will stoop to using prepared or processed foods, but still, lazy. I like things that are easy. I have a food processor, but it's too much effort to get it out so I never use it.  Well, if I used … Continue reading…