Healthy Living A to Z: C is for Cauliflower

When we think of cauliflower it’s often raw florets with dip or cooked swimming in cheese sauce, right?  There is so much more you can do with this wonderful vegetable. First a few Nutrition Facts.  Cauliflower is a good source of Protein, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Magnesium and Phosphorus, and a very good source of DietaryContinue reading “Healthy Living A to Z: C is for Cauliflower”

Zucchini Bread

Last week I found myself at a small town farmer’s market.  One of the things that came home with me was a zucchini.  Some of it went into zucchini and tomatoes and the rest found it’s way into the lovely loaf of gluten free zucchini bread pictured above. I used my mother’s zucchini bread recipe with my usualContinue reading “Zucchini Bread”

Time to Kill the Fatted Pumpkin

Every year around this time I go through the autumn tradition I call killing the fatted pumpkin.  This is when I cook wonderful fresh pie pumpkins and freeze the puree for  the rest of the year. Cooking fresh pumpkin is easy: 1.  Choose a nice orange pie pumpkin. 2.  Cut pumpkin in half. 3.  Scoop outContinue reading “Time to Kill the Fatted Pumpkin”