Fresh peach pie made from sweet ripe peaches is a great late summer treat.
One of our summer garden favorites is yellow crookneck squash. They are good in many dishes or just sauteed with onions and a seasoning salt. This recipe is so simple that it only has three ingredients.
These extra sweet oatmeal cookies are delicious with chocolate chips, carob chips, raisins, or tiny date granules.
This is a fun tofu recipe: a natural side with stir-fried vegetables or good for sandwiches or pocket breads.
French Fries remain a favorite at our house. We went from deep fried to baked without skipping a beat–still delicious and easy to make. Here is a simple recipe you can tweak to suit yourself, even using sweet potatoes.
These two healthy whole grains work together well with the walnuts and seasonings contributing to it’s special flavor. Keep frozen cooked grains in your freezer for making quick meals.
An easy, delicious cashew-based gravy with a good depth of flavor–great for potatoes, patties and entrees. A real asset to any cook’s collection of recipes.
Minestrone has always been a favorite soup, especially with some whole-wheat bread sticks. Add a nice big salad and you have an easy, delightful, nutritious meal.
This spinach-basil pesto uses green ripe olives in place of the oil that you find in most recipes. It is delicious on pasta, new boiled potatoes or added to marinara or pizza. It only takes minutes to make and leftovers freeze well.