Life with Canine Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia

A few weeks ago, I made a post about how I got our dog to start eating again by giving her buttermilk. In it, I revealed Canine Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia. Now, this has been one of my top recent posts (yes, WordPress, I do look at my Dashboard!), so I thought a follow-up post isContinue reading “Life with Canine Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia”

Savory 3 Cheese, Herb, and Nut Mini Muffins

This recipe was first made for the MUW Sigma Tau Delta initiation ceremony this year. It is heavily adapted from the Basic Whole Wheat Muffin recipe in Ed Brown’s original Tassajara Bread Book, along with the Tassajara Cooking one of my original cooking bibles that I get out occasionally when I really need a basicContinue reading “Savory 3 Cheese, Herb, and Nut Mini Muffins”

Mushroom Stroganoff recipe

Here’s a quick recipe for mushroom stroganoff (plus the variation I made tonight). The basic recipe is easy with simple ingredients: Mushrooms Onion Garlic Olive Oil and butter Buttermilk (and/or milk, sour cream, cream, etc.) Flour Salt Sesame seeds (optional) Egg noodles (or other pasta) I think that’s all I used the last time IContinue reading “Mushroom Stroganoff recipe”

Garlic Mashed Potato Recipe

Tonight we had leftovers from Chistmas, but since the garlic mashed potatoes were so popular, we needed to make more, so I duplicated the recipe I created the other day. Undoubtedly this has been done before by others, but here’s how I decided to make them. Ingredients: Yukon Gold Potatoes (or other potatoes for mashing)Continue reading “Garlic Mashed Potato Recipe”

Broccoli Casserole Recipe

It has turned cold again in Mississippi. Okay, I know it’s not really cold, even though we had a chance of snow last night and it’s supposed to get down below freezing tonight. That’s nothing for most of the country, but for Mississippi, it seems like winter is knocking at our door, and it’s aContinue reading “Broccoli Casserole Recipe”

Muscadine Sherbet

I’ll admit it; I really ought to measure when making up new recipes, but I rarely do. Today was no exception. Having some muscadine grapes from the farmer’s market that really needed to be used, I decided to boil 2-3 cups of them in a cup or less of water. I filled a pan halfContinue reading “Muscadine Sherbet”