12 Kitchen Safety Tips for Handling Poultry

It's summer and barbecue time, and let's face it, chicken goes on the grill right behind hamburgers and hot dogs.  Chicken, however, is not as safe to handle as beef (although beef certainly can carry bacteria as well, and most of the same rules apply to other eat besides chicken).  So here are some tips [...]

Easy Date Nut Bread

One of the things I buy in bulk is dates.  I love them.  And they are terribly expensive in the little packs at my grocery store, but when I buy dates in bulk on line , the price per pound is much less than the tiny pack in the store.  They keep well in the [...]

Making Yogurt at home with a cooler

For the last few years I have been making my own yogurt.  It's easy, I can make as much or as little as I might need, and it is totally fresh without preservatives or added sugar.  It's great in a smoothie, or just dished up with fresh fruit.  Use it anyway you would use a [...]

Old Fashioned Rhubarb makes great Rhubarb Roll Ups

Rhubarb is one of those "old time" vegetables.  My family ALWAYS had rhubarb growing, and I took some roots from the farm when I left, and still have it growing in my garden today.  Many people, though, have never eaten the tart plant. It is probably best known in pies and crumbles, although it can [...]