Category: Food and nutrition

What do I do with … questionable produce

What do I do with … questionable produce

What do you have Produce that is at its prime but ready to start turning rotten. Potatoes with gashes in them from the farm equipment. Broccoli with a hint of yellow. Think the stuff the grocery store puts on sale to get it out the door quickly. Before you cook Go through the produce and … Continue reading What do I do with … questionable produce

Too much of a good? thing

Too much of a good? thing

There's too much bananas, B-a-n-a-n-a-s, What can I make with, B-a-n-a-n-a-s?     As a running household, we keep bananas at our house. We also get them from my kids' school every week. I loathe bananas, at least when they're by themselves. At races, these fruits full of great recovery vitamins, such as potassium, are … Continue reading Too much of a good? thing

Semi-failed experiment: Cranberry, maple syrup bread

Semi-failed experiment: Cranberry, maple syrup bread

Mountain Kid 3 and I made this with our Thanksgiving leftovers. I added some cranberry jelly (stuff you buy in a can) but didn't add it here. Our first load was a little too runny and was semi-burned on the bottom when it was done. This should be the right recipe. If you cut the … Continue reading Semi-failed experiment: Cranberry, maple syrup bread