Souffléd Zucchini

A soufflé can be sweet or savory, in this case it’s savory. Made by combining two components – flavors and beaten egg whites – it takes its name from the French and means something like “breathed into.” This makes sense as the egg whites are beaten to soft peaks to provide lift and there is … Continue reading

Sauerkraut & Tomato Casserole (good)

For me, this one would be a pass. I don’t love sauerkraut and I really don’t love tomatoes. BUT, someone might enjoy this. It seems a bit like a dish pulled together by looking at what was in the cupboard and getting creative. Maybe a Depression Era casserole to feed a hungry family. The note … Continue reading

Rice-Broccoli Casserole

This is a simple side dish casserole. Use frozen broccoli and if you can’t find exactly 10 oz packages, you can just weigh it out and save the rest for another meal. I personally would chop the broccoli fine. Rice-Broccoli Casserole 350 1 hour 1 10 oz pkg chopped broccoli 1 c long grain rice … Continue reading

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