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Zucchini Bread (Gluten-free)

Started Jul 10 0 Replies

Recipe Idea:Our neighbors gave us some BIG zucchini, the kind that is terrific for Zucchini Bread, so I made some. When I bake cakes and cookies, I keep trying to figure out the right combination of…Continue

Tags: gluten free, zucchini cake, zucchini, zucchini bread

Roasted Lemon and Garlic Broccoli

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lois Carter Crawford Jul 10. 2 Replies

Recipe Idea: Who ever thought vegetables could taste this good? This broccoli recipe is one of our granddaughter Madeline’s favorites. It’s easy to make and abundantly flavorful.…Continue

Tags: vegetables, veggies, side dish, roasted vegetables, broccoli with lemon and garlic

Moroccan Chickpea Stew (Vegan, Gluten-free, Dairy-free)

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Moroccan Chickpea Stew (Vegan, Gluten-free, Dairy-free)Recipe Idea: I love trying new recipes and bringing them to work to share. Today we had a surprise baby shower for one of my coworkers, and I…Continue

Tags: crockpot, pot, slow cooker, green beans, olives

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Lois Carter Crawford replied to Lois Carter Crawford's discussion Roasted Lemon and Garlic Broccoli
"I agree, Keith, but Broccoli Salad is also right up there in my favorites! http://recipeideashop.ning.com/forum/topics/broccoli-salad"
Jul 10
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Zucchini Bread (Gluten-free)

Recipe Idea:Our neighbors gave us some BIG zucchini, the kind that is terrific for Zucchini Bread, so I made some. When I bake cakes and cookies, I keep trying to figure out the right combination of gluten-free flours to get the right texture. This was perfect!The bread is not overly sweet and has a wonderful spicy flavor. It is moist, more like a cake, but I bake it in loaf pans and eat it toasted or plain with butter. It's amazing!…See More
Jul 10
Keith replied to Lois Carter Crawford's discussion Roasted Lemon and Garlic Broccoli
"Best broccoli dish I ever put a lip on!"
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Roasted Lemon and Garlic Broccoli

Recipe Idea: Who ever thought vegetables could taste this good? This broccoli recipe is one of our granddaughter Madeline’s favorites. It’s easy to make and abundantly flavorful.…See More
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Roasted Mushroom & White Bean Soup

Recipe Idea:A colleague at work recently had some surgery and was restricted to eating "soft" foods. I volunteered to bring him some soup and found this original recipe by Amy Johnson of She Wears Many Hats. It was very flavorful.Of course, I adjusted the recipe to suit my desire to create a dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan version using ingredients I had on hand, as well as a soup that would be easy to eat…See More
Apr 27
Lois Carter Crawford replied to Don Crawford's discussion Dairy and Gluten Free Chicken Stroganoff
"Deliciious!"
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Swiss Steak

Recipe Idea:If you know what to combine in a recipe, you can make an amazing dinner even if you don't have most of the ingredients. On Sunday, I wanted to make Swiss Steak. The Joy of Cooking recipe called for carrots and celery, and suggested serving it over mashed potatoes. I had none of those ingredients, but our supper was delicious. I wouldn't exactly call it Swiss Steak; it's more like a Beef Burgundy, but it was very good!…See More
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I enjoy cooking, sharing recipes and talking about food. I learned to cook by watching my mother cook; she seldom cooked from a recipe. Mom had a natural talent (as do I) regarding what foods will taste good together. I try to cook healthy, organic foods whenever I can, but sometimes I just want chocolate cake! Don't you?

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Smell The Coffee: Exciting News!

Posted on January 17, 2012 at 9:00pm 0 Comments

I am so happy to tell you that people are JOINING our network. We finally got several invitations out to friends, family and associates and people are starting to respond. I feel just like Sallie Field (You like me)!

Did you know that you can invite people to join the network, too? Just click on Invite Friends in the navigation bar. Then you can invite people individually, or import a .csv file. The bad part is that the…

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Smell The Coffee: If You Can

Posted on January 7, 2012 at 6:36pm 0 Comments

I have had a cold for nearly a week so I haven't been posting much of anything, including recipes. I did add some photos today. Check out Abbi Clissold's Wisconsin Kringle and Don's delicious Waffles! 

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Smell the Coffee: Thanksgiving Visit

Posted on November 27, 2011 at 8:30pm 0 Comments

Smell the Coffee

Don and I had a lovely Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, just the two of us. Since we had celebrated the holiday the week before with our two daughters from Williamsburg, we had ham instead of Turkey and later watched the latest Pirates of the Caribean film. It was relaxing.

On Friday, we got up, packed and drove to Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, where we had a wonderful weekend and spent all of Saturday with Don's mom, Momma Betty. (I…

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It's almost Thanksgiving. What are you thankful for?

Posted on November 10, 2011 at 6:23pm 0 Comments

I have so many reasons to be thankful. I'm thankful for my family, especially my children, grandchildren and husband. They all give me such joy (though sometimes I'm joyful to stop pulling out my hair with their craziness!). I'm also thankful I'm healthy, employed and live a good life.

Tomorrow is Veteran's Day. I would be remiss if I didn't mention I'm especially thankful for all the good men and women who are willing to serve in our armed forces. My brother Steve, who passed away in…

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At 5:16pm on June 17, 2012, henry mcgrew said…

Hey lois, i added a few things. hope you like them.  :))

At 1:56pm on February 28, 2012, Ishaq Israr said…

Thankyou lois, I enjoyed your cooking last year, and this year I am sure I will taste them again. 

Yes I am coming in May inshaALLAH...:)

At 11:36am on January 17, 2012, Elizabeth H. Cottrell said…

I'm just realizing that Don's comment about missing me was actually a note to you two months ago. The reason I thought it was a message to me is because I saw that he was online when I joined last night. I'll figure this out eventually.

Yes, the family cookbook was a labor of love. My mother was a fabulous cook...she still is, but at age 88 and living in a retirement community, she doesn't cook as much as she used to. Her abiding talent was making fabulous things out of whatever was on hand!

How cool that you can display recipes from this site on your Nook. I have a Kindle. Can I do it there too?

At 11:30am on January 17, 2012, Elizabeth H. Cottrell said…

Sorry I missed you, Don -- My computer is on 24/7, so I must have walked away.

Lois, my family cookbook project was all done "in-house" since I have a home-based desktop publishing business. It was a simple, spiral-bound book, intended primarily for family members. If I ever want to create a cookbook that is the quality for selling, I'd love to know from you and others what experience they've had along this line.

At 10:39pm on January 16, 2012, Elizabeth H. Cottrell said…

Thanks, Lois. I do enjoy cooking and sharing recipes -- putting together a family cookbook a few years ago was a wonderful project. I responded to your nice invitation to see what this group is all about. If I don't feel it's a good match, I'll withdraw, but am looking forward to sharing with others.

At 9:08pm on November 8, 2011, Don Crawford said…

Hi new RIS friend. I tried chatting with you but got no answer.

At 11:40am on September 28, 2011, Diane Salkeld Bayer said…
Thanks, I'll try to keep up.
At 8:03pm on August 28, 2011, Catherine Clissold said…
Added my first (easy) recipe!  :)  So far everything has been VERY easy to manipulate....looks GREAT and I am excited to explore and learn more!  Hope all is going well
 
 
 

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