The Lemon Tart! Wow, what can I say, this is a great flavored tart with spunk! It is classic Barefoot Contessa, great flavor, intense color, and EASY. The approximate cost of this meal is $10/person and it will feed 6-8 people. So, I hope you have enjoyed my first holiday series along with the recipes, grocery list and approximate food cost. Have a wonderful holiday weekend, and I will meet you back at the table very soon to help your family use dairy creatively and tastefully in new and delicious recipes.
Nutrition is critical while training for a mini marathon, a full marathon, or any kind of athletic event. But what are you supposed to eat? There are a million different tips and tricks people try in order to increase their performance. You don’t need to spend tons of money buying the newest product on the shelf. Believe it or not, you can (and should) eat REAL food like fruit, vegetables, milk, whole grains, and lean meats.
Last week I gave you the menu and first set of recipes to prepare for a great Easter meal. This week we’ll work on the Stuffed Dinner Rolls, Bourban Ham, and 3-D Mashed Potatoes. All of these recipes are listed on the “Recipes” tab of this page, but if you keep reading here, you will find the recipe tips. Next week we’ll practice the dessert. Meanwhile, remember that it is time for everyone to come back to the table and help in the kitchen. So, try to include everyone as this is where you learn what’s going on in each other’s lives.
To celebrate here are three quick and easy recipes! Let us know which one is your favorite!
I introduced Leontien Van de Laar to you in my last post. For those of you that might not have had the chance to read it talks about her struggle overcoming cancer in a new country. I promised I would have more of Leontien’s amazing story so here it is! Imagine a little blond girl, [...]
Calling all cooking novices and culinarians, it has been a long and cold winter this year, regardless of where you live. So let’s celebrate Spring with a delicious and dairy laced Sunday dinner. So let me try to explain what I hope to do over the next few weeks to help you make the perfect Easter dinner. From the menu to the shopping to the mise-en-place, my goal is to make you look like the Super Bunny of Easter!
While completing a Mini Marathon can be difficult, properly preparing for the race will make this important goal much easier to accomplish. I am preaching to you that you NEED to train ahead of time and get proper rest, nutrition, shoes, and apparel.
March 20th marks the first day of spring. It falls during National Ag Week, March 14-20, 2010, a time when producers, agricultural associations, corporations, universities, government agencies and countless others across America gather to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by American agriculture.
March is National Athletic Training Month, and we need to acknowledge the people that help us get back on our feet (or our back, or shoulder, or arm…).