Roaming the grocery store one day, Andrea tried a sample of their purple cabbage salad. She liked it so much, that she asked if we could please buy some for lunch. We told her to get some.
Later, we attempted to duplicate the recipe. The dressing is the not the same, but we get many compliments on this very easy recipe.
The ingredient amounts are not exact. Adjust them to your liking. Adding warm honey mustard sauce is great too.
Adrian has been working on perfecting his party mix for years. This is the best mixture yet!
I do not remember where we got this recipe, but we use it often. Feel free to replace some of the cayenne pepper with ground chipotle peppers if you would like.
I am not sure where we found this recipe. I have played with it and adapted it some to our tastes.
Many years ago, Andrea discovered “creamy puffs”. After her first taste she insisted that she wanted to learn how to make them. So, at the age of 9, Andrea learned how to make “
Years later, Andrea still loves cream puffs and insisted that we make them to celebrate National Cream Puff Day (2 Jan).
Fill the puffs with vanilla ice cream for french profiteroles. Filling with whipped cream makes them cream puffs. Either way is wonderful!
Gluten Free Cream Puff
If you want to make these gluten free, substitute the flour with your favorite gluten free flour*. They do not puff up as nicely, and they did not brown the same, but they taste great!
Many years ago, we had a friend visit. Morsal taught Mark how to make Pekoura. These coated potato slices are wonderful. You can serve as is, but they are best with plain yogurt or yogurt with cilantro added to it.
I first discovered tiramisu when we went to an unschooling home school event at a waterpark. Mark had pointed out a desert that he thought looked good, it looked like pudding in a chocolate bowl.
Later that day, Allan asked me what special treat I wanted. So many looked good, but I decided to try Mark’s suggestion. I have been hooked ever since.
We have tried different recipes, but this is our favorite version of it. It works with either regular or
gluten free lady fingers.
Kahlua is a coffee flavored liqueur that is used in tiramisu. I am sure that it is used in many other recipes, but tiramisu is our favorite way to use it.
Andrea commented that she really wanted tiramisu for dessert. We looked in three stores before finding lady finger cookies. We did not find gluten free ones at all. So we decided to try to make our own.
The recipe we tried was very easy. The cookies crisped up and are wonderful for dunking in hot drinks or just eating plain.