Monthly Archives: July 2011

Something new for garden greens.

I will venture to guess that Fresh Herb Kuku Sabzi will be new for almost all readers. We have a friend in Elkins who recently married a man from Iran. The cuisine of Iran is esteemed world-wide. This is the first Persian … Continue reading

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A Zucchini Explosion

With our vegetable gardens beginning to flourish, we might be finding ourselves with zucchini and squash coming out of our ears! Well, maybe not quite yet, but soon. VERY soon! If you are like me you look everywhere possible for … Continue reading

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July is for transparent applesauce.

When I moved to West Virginia one of the things I learned was how to make the most of the foods that are available. I had friends who were always canning windfalls of one thing or another, and this includes … Continue reading

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Laurie’s Apple Pie

Laurie’s Apple Pie A different twist on an all American favorite for the 4th of July…It’s apple crisp in a pie shell… Recipe from Cross Country Cooking; White Grass Café’s first cookbook published in 1996. 8 medium baking apples (Granny … Continue reading

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