Monthly Archives: March 2019

Slum gullion from leftovers

As my hemoglibin A1c level has been increasing and I need to eat lower glycemic index foods and I had some leftover bucatini, cabbage and Red Gold no-added-sugar tomato sauce I thought I could whip up a slum gullion with … Continue reading

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Quinoa con Gondules

I checked out Forks over Knives Flavor! by Darshana Thacker with Carolynn Carreño at the Richmond library and headed to the store to get annatto and pigeon peas to make quinoa con gondules. The blended sweet red pepper, onion and … Continue reading

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Sourdough sorghum, rye, buckwheat…

I was looking at the jar of sorghum grain on a rainy day and decided to continue on the sourdough discovery trail by incorporating some sorghum “flour” (made by grinding the harvested grain in the coffee mill) into a rye-based … Continue reading

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Miso cabbage soup

Nearly twenty years ago, following chemo for colon cancer, I started making this fabulous miso cabbage soup from one of Dr. Andrew Weil’s books. This time I added a bit of kale and of course spiced it up with Crystal … Continue reading

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Serious Bakery, Bay St. Louis, MS

The return trip from New Orleans brought us to the sourdough-centric Seriou Bakery off the beaten path in Bay St. Louis, MS where we enjoyed some egg and ham and cheese paninis on sourdough bread. The eating area had a … Continue reading

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Guy’s Poboys

Preparing for the Brass Band Fest at Louis Armstrong Park we checked out Guy’s Poboys on Magazine St. in Uptown. I had to order “The Bomb” poboy jampacked with grilled catfish and shrimp. And there was also an order for … Continue reading

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Kolache Kitchen

Hearkening back to Kolacky Days (Montgomery, MN) we headed to The Kolache Kitchen on Freret for some of the those simple, fruity Czech pastries (Koláčky). Bacon, cheese, peach and strawberry and cheese. Very yummy and not as sweet as American … Continue reading

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