I always made my grandma's recipe for hot cocoa. Tried and true, and loved by all, it contained cocoa powder, powdered sugar, and dry non-dairy (but chock full o' chemicals) coffee creamer. Mix with hot milk or water and voilá! Grandma's house in a cup. That's probably why it took me so long to overhaul hot cocoa after we started avoiding dairy. At first I just … Continue reading the story "Vermont Hot Cocoa"
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Football-watching food: Wings. Duh. However, traditional buffalo wings contain... (I know. You're thinking "buffalo." But that is incorrect.) ...chicken. And chickens are happier running around eating bugs and seeds than they are being pan-fried. But you may be on this veggie diet to shed a few pounds and stay healthy, so you are more concerned about avoiding the greasy skin & … Continue reading the story "Buffalo Wings"
I'm not sure how many of my loyal readers have had this simple dish, but when I was growing up, it was a staple in my house. Usually served with ground beef mixed in, we have since found that it is perfectly delicious without the meat. And it's a very kid-friendly dish; I am always serving seconds to my chitlins. In fact, today I made … Continue reading the story "Goulash"