The inspiration of land locked ceviche is from a Thug cookbook I proudly own. Found the recipe on the web: https://www.elle.com.au/culture/elle-recipes-landlocked-ceviche-8251 BUT being shelter in place my ingredients are: 2 old slices of lime saved from a Chipotle delivery order 1 orange 3/4 of a Meyer lemon from tree 1 jalapeño pepper diced (used ninja…… Continue reading Version of Land Lock Ceviche
Realized there were at least 4 cups of strawberries ripening to quickly and I didn’t want to bake anything. I love aqua de fresa and seldom find it unless I’m waiting for my order at Pancho Villa (can’t wait to go there after this virus is smashed to hell) on 16th Street in SF. I used…… Continue reading Need To Use Strawberries?
Has anybody went out to buy eggs and they were totally sold out? I probably eat to many eggs, but I like eggs. I try to keep a minimum of 1.5 dozen at all times. It suddenly hit me! Chia seeds can be used for an egg substitue when baking. (Love to make cornbread) Then…… Continue reading Egg Substitute
Solstice kicks in here on the west coast @ 8:19 pm tonight. The longest night of the year and POOF! The nights become shorter and Spring is around the corner. Been racking my brain for a menu and reading various articles. Decided after heading over to my small Saturday farmer’s market this morning to make…… Continue reading Happy Winter Solstice!
This is a great soup for cold nights! Got a baguette from Trader Joe’s that you crisp up in the oven to eat with it. Found it at cooking classy.com Made it tonight and I didn’t dice the zucchini, sliced it and it took longer to cook. Also, I added my own “zen” (meaning whatever…… Continue reading Lentil Soup (Italian Vegetables)
Thanksgiving is almost here. Can I tell you how thankful I am? I’m totally grateful for everything in my life. I know that sounds hippie-hippie, new age, etc., but I don’t think we appreciate what we have. I’m thinking of the fires here. Big Bear in Santa Cruz Mountains (which they put out), Camp Fire…… Continue reading Thanksgiving
I know I shouldn't use bottle dressing, but its SO EASY!! Thus, making a salad with wonderful Dirty Girl tomatoes and cucumbers from Monterey Market in Berkeley I thought, "Hell no!" I grabbed Alice Water's, The Art of Simple Food II and started looking. Of course my Meyer lemon tree didn't have any lemons ripe enough yet,… Continue reading Lemon Meyer Dressing
SOUTHERN FRIED CORN Serves 4-6 6 ears fresh corn ½ cup milk ½ cup water 1 teaspoon sugar 2 tablespoons bacon drippings Salt and Pepper Remove corn husks, breaking off steams. Remove silks with a stiff vegetable brush and ears in cold water. To cut kernels from cob, hold corn in a large shallow bowl… Continue reading SOUTHERN FRIED CORN
SIMPLE POTATO SALAD 2 ½ Pounds red or yellow potatoes cut into quarters ¼ large red onion, chopped fine ¼ bunch cilantro, chopped 1 cup mayonnaise 1 teaspoon pepper Boil the potatoes until tender and allow to cool before mixing. In a large mixing bowl, combine all the ingredients and toss until potatoes are well… Continue reading POTATO SALAD