Posts Tagged ‘recipe’

Garlic: strength, health, protection, and flavor

Garlic bulbs

Garlic has long been my favorite vegetable.  I love it so much that, in college, I used to eat raw cloves.  My roommate’s mother, a Taiwanese lady who rarely spoke to me when she visited, made a point to call me out on it one day. “You eat garlic like the Red Army.  They’re strong, […]

Ghee Whiz – an “almost-butter” alternative for the dairy intolerant

How to Make Savory Ghee from @Maoomba

I’ve been on a food book binge lately: biographies, non-fiction overviews of specific foods, recipe books, etc.  One that I picked up is called Milk: The Surprising Story of Milk Through the Ages by Anne Mendelson. It’s a strange selection for me – I don’t drink milk.  In fact, I have avoided milk for several years […]

Fancy some meatloaf?

Place baking sheet in oven and cook for about 50 minutes, or until bacon is crisp and inside temperature has reached 180 degrees F. (Note, if you use beef or pork, cook to safe internal temperature for those meats instead.)

As a kid, I hated meatloaf.  I think it was the ketchup.  I had a bad experience with it and avoided it well into my 20s.  Unfortunately, it meant I never developed a taste for dishes that included it. This week, I decided to test my taste buds and pulled out an old copy of […]

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