Navy Beans & Honey

Navy beans are those plump white beans you often find in soups. They have a lovely flavor that lends itself to ham & bacon in soup and chili. These days, most people buy their beans “presoaked” in a can so they will be able to make their dish faster. But if you like to buy … Continue reading

Meatless Cabbage Rolls

There are many types of cabbage rolls from all over the world. Some have a sauce and others don’t. This particular one does not have a sauce but I think you could add one fairly easily to suit your taste. You will notice that this recipe also does not have a lot of instructions, only … Continue reading

Eggplant Parmigiana

When prepared well, eggplant can be a lovely addition to a dish. Eggplant Parm is very popular here, but if the ingredients are out of balance, you wind up with a bit of a slimy mess. While I have not made this particular recipe, but it seems like it might be just about right. Eggplant … Continue reading

Corn-Spinach Parmesan

I do love these uber 70s recipe cards we have been seeing. They are cheerful and bright, easy to find in the box. This recipe appears to be a side dish casserole. In general, spinach and creamed corn aren’t my favorite things, but maybe combined this could be good? Corn-Spinach Parmesan (Bert) Saute 1/4 c … Continue reading

Baked Lentils

This was filed as a casserole although maybe it could be a side dish? It sounds sweet and savory, sort of like baked beans. A few notes – after the lentils boil 30 minutes, remove the onion stuck with the cloves & the bay leaf. Place everything into a casserole dish (I’m not sure of … Continue reading