Recipes posted one year ago:
My oldest daughter asked me to make cinnamon rolls. Those of you who have no flour in your house at all know this can be tough. I admit that I do miss cinnamon rolls…sometimes, but working at a local donut shop when I was in high school pretty much cured me from craving such things too often. I found a great recipe here at the Cavewoman’s Kitchen and modified a bit with what I had. The result was fantastic and kid approved!
Recipes posted a year ago:
I have three tiny apple trees in my yard. They are too small yet to produce fruit. Maybe I would have gotten a few apples this year if the deer hadn’t taken a few (understatement) nibbles? I don’t know. Hopefully they will be more established next year and the deer will stay away? I can dream, right? So, I need some apples to make applesauce. What is a girl to do? Get on Facebook and make an announcement, that’s what! Therefore, because of Uncle John and my friend Jim down at the gym, I was able to get some nice, crisp apples for my applesauce. They in return get some applesauce and/or a delicious apple treat like crisp or pie (you just keep this in mind for next year if you are finding yourself with some apples you want to part with) 🙂
While on vacation, it definitely can be a challenge to eat well. Stopping at restaurants for meals can get old. You never know what will be available when you are hungry, plus the pocketbook takes a beating. Our trip took us through Nevada, a state with a lot of lonely roads (and in case you are wondering, we didn’t see any UFOs although we did look for some. I did see Elvis, however).
Posted in Fish & Seafood, Lunch, Poultry, Recipes, Secrets of a Primal Cook
Tagged applesauce, chicken, ham, snacks, to go, travel, turkey