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April 16, 2018

It’s that time of year for Asparagus to start popping up and one of my favorites in Asparagus on Toast. Your classic white sauce with fish, and some of your favorite bread toasted. 

I always add the rue element to any gravy or sauces. Browning the flour always gives it...

April 15, 2018

My Grandmother always made fresh cranberries for us. Never did like that canned cranberry sauce.

We can make a better version without the cup of processed sugar.

Stuff You Need:

1 bag, fresh cranberries (12 ounce bag.)

Instead of the 1 cup of water use ½ cup pineapple juic...

July 7, 2016

June to mid-July is prime Blueberry season.      

The Blueberry is a plant native to North America.  There are several states known for their Blueberries and Michigan is one. Maine is at the top of the list.

Native Americans used the entire plant, in many ways....

March 18, 2015

Asparagus sprouts begin to pop in April or as soil temperatures’ reach 50 degrees and lasts until the stems become large and woody

. During harvest time the spears are picked every 2 to 4 days.

I enjoy it fresh and really don’t care for the canned version.  It’s over coo...

March 14, 2015

I like days like this. It’s Learn About Butterflies Day.


The weather is warming up and I just want to be outside. It doesn’t take much to keep an idiot happy because I can’t wait to mow the lawn.


I moved the swing and chairs out of the garage yesterday.


Bout time to ha...

March 13, 2015

I love this at breakfast, Baby Spinach in a two egg omelet.


Wilt the Baby Spinach in a little olive oil, only takes a minute.

Whip up your two eggs with a tablespoon of water.

Never use milk in your scrambled eggs because milk toughens the egg.


Sprinkle a dash of cayenne...