Tag: Old Recipes

  • Maisy’s Cheeseburger Macaroni

    The Meat Base 2 lbs. ground beef (organic, grass fed, if can find) (or 1 lb. if necessary) 1 large onion, diced fine 1 can/jar tomato paste (approx. 7 oz.) 1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper 2 tsp Ancho Chili Powder Dash of Tabasco Sauce (to taste) In a large pot (Dutch Oven size) start the onions […]

  • Penne Pasta & other dishes

    I had a box of Penne pasta I’d gotten at Costco a long time ago, never used any of it since I like the Capellini pasta with my homemade version of meat sauce often, and didn’t want to add another tomato sauce dish into the mix. (All my life I made meatballs to go with […]

  • Spelt Bread (food)

    I’ve ignored my Sourdough cultures of late. I’ve taken to this process: Day 1: Put 1 1/2 cups of whole grain spelt in a bowl, and mix into that 1 cup of yoghurt. Cover with plastic well, and sit that bowl on a shelf until sometime the next day, to make bread with it. I […]

  • Sourdough and Spelt, Soaking, bread (food)

    I put my original sourdough culture in the fridge the other day, as well as a small batch of some from that which I had started to add only white spelt to. They both seemed to be going along fine, so into the fridge with them was my choice. I was reading further in my […]

  • New Meals inspired by Food TV (food)

    I was watching Food TV yesterday, and Paula Dean’s show was on. It caught my undivided attention because she was using recipes for crockpots and slow cooking, particularly the first recipe, Creamy Macaroni and Cheese for the crockpot … which is something that she said they use in their restaurant (in Savannah, GA) a lot. […]

  • Grinding Meat (food)

    I made spaghetti for dinner last evening. I didn’t make fresh Kamut pasta, my preference –what I haven’t done much in the past, but am trying to get going regularly now, but I did use Spelt pasta, bought at Whole Foods, a VitaSpelt product (Purity). It’s a dry boxed pasta, Angel Hair being my favorite […]

  • St. Patty eats (food)

    Tomorrow is “St. Patty Day” … I have Irish in my family tree (many, many years ago); and I had a beloved Aunt who was married to my blood-uncle — she was 100% Irish (as far as I know) but born (I think) in the USA, and raised in the USA. I like having the […]