Tag Archives: Vegetables

What’s Cookin’ – Stir Fried Angel Hair Cole Slaw

Cabbage is one of those vegetables that has fallen out of favor over the years.  It is a very hardy vegetable, easy to grow and store and has high yields thus making it one of the most widely eaten vegetables … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – This Ain’t Your Grandma’s Green Bean Casserole

A few years ago, I ran across a “gourmet” version of the classic Green Bean Casserole on Cook’s Illustrated.  I adapted the Cream of Mushroom Soup sauce so that it was gluten free and use it in place of the … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Steamed Broccoli

When I was growing up, I thought that there were only three choices when it came to vegetables – green beans, peas, and corn.  Meals included a meat, a potato, and one of these three vegetables.  I would eat corn … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Jalapeños Three Different Ways

I love jalapeños, and I love growing them along with other stuff in my garden. My jalapeño plants this past May. The gardening season this year started out wet and cool.  We then went to wet and hot.  Now we … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Mock Mashed Potatoes (Cauliflower)

A very popular recipe on low carb diets is one for mashed cauliflower.  The South Beach Diet has one.  Weight Watchers has one.  There are a number of ways to make them with varying amounts of herbs, garlic, onions, and … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Texas Hash Browns

This is one of our family’s favorite potato recipes.  This recipe appears in many church cookbooks and has many names. The original recipe has been around for a long time, but it was designed for a potato package size of … Continue reading

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What’s Cookin’ – Rosemary Roasted Potatoes

Roasting is becoming a very popular way of preparing vegetables.  For those of us who grew up eating green beans, peas, and corn out of a can, roasting vegetables adds a new dimension to eating things like broccoli, cauliflower, potatoes, … Continue reading

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