I first made these rolls a few years (6) ago. We loved them. I try to make them a few times every summer and just made them last week.
I decided it was time to re-post the recipe in Google-friendly format.
I like to share…..…
Continue reading..... “Stuffed Zucchini Rolls, ghostly sunflowers”
First the food, then the plea for help.
I may have complained about our cold spring but I have not complained about the abundance of cold weather vegetables the spring produced.
It’s been an incredible year for artichokes, both colors of asparagus and green garlic.…
Continue reading..... “Red Pepper and Olive Mini Pizzas; help, please”
The first time I made lasagne was when I was first living on my own – probably for a dinner party.
I made it according to a recipe that was making the circuit at the time and that I still see making the circuit on …
Continue reading..... “Beef, Spinach, Ricotta Lasagne”
Pumpkins & Puppies Week: Siblings.
I grew these miniature pumpkins 2 years ago.
They were perfect single serving size and just demanded being stuffed.
This is based on a photo I saw on Google+ a few weeks ago.
It was in Italian, but I was able to figure out the ingredients…. sort of.
I had to try it, though – it looked so good.
My apologies to the Italian …
Continue reading..... “Spinach Ricotta Rolls, Rain”
Do you use a Béchamel sauce when you make lasagne?
Back in my younger days, when I lived in the US, I made lasagne with ground beef, cottage cheese and tomato sauce.
Well, that and onions, garlic, oregano, and a sprinkling of Parmesan (from the …
Continue reading..... “Chicken and Spinach Lasagne”
This weekend I cleaned the house, found the Christmas decorations, decorated the house, and baked Christmas breads (cranberry and pumpkin).
After all that I needed comfort food.
I could call this Three Cheese Lasagne but Turkey and Leek sounds so much healthier, doesn’t it?
As it’s almost past time for me to be making gnocchi and pasta (spring and the annual switch to summer cooking on the horizon) and I know you are all on pins and needles to know how I finished the butternut squash….
Here it is.…
Continue reading..... “Making gnocchi – it’s easy! Butternut Squash Gnocchi; Spinach Gnocchi”
It was a busy week, as they all are, but with a bit more variety (and tragedy).
Mon mari is still working on the ceiling in the second bedroom but should be finished soon.
In preparation we've laid out the next project: the second bathroom.…
Continue reading..... “Egg Crêpes Stuffed with Spinach and Ricotta; the update”
I make everything from scratch.
I pride myself (harrumph) on not using prepared foods.
You will never see a Tator Tot soaked in Cream of Mushroom Soup cross my lips.
I don't buy frozen pizzas or canned soups or bottled salad dressings.
I am above …
Continue reading..... “Chicken and Ricotta Enchiladas; deviant behavior; weekly menu”