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Quick Chipotle Peanut Sauce

Quick Chipotle Peanut Sauce

  Fix this quick chipotle peanut sauce very easily, and then keep it on hand to use in many recipes! An easy way to add flavor, moisture, and nutrition for our elderly parents! I originally wrote this three years ago. I thought sauce was useful […]

Mostly Mindless Slow Cooker Pasta Sauce

Mostly Mindless Slow Cooker Pasta Sauce

The easiest way I’ve ever cooked pasta sauce in a crockpot turns out to be the most flavorful. Our elderly parents love it, and eat it with no problem!

Curried Chicken Salad

Curried Chicken Salad

Our elderly parents enjoy this spicy sweet curried chicken salad –  moist and easy to eat, with flavors they can taste, and crunch!     Before we moved here to help them, Dad figured out several ways to put food on the table. (Mom had […]

Ham in Mustard Sauce

Ham in Mustard Sauce

Ham in Mustard Sauce – an easy and quick way to prepare cooked ham. With the spicy sauce and the bite sized pieces it’s appealing to our aging parents. I had a difficult day, between caregiving and my own migraine, so I started dinner late, […]

Freezing Tofu

Freezing Tofu

Freezing tofu gives it an appealing chewy texture, still easy for our aging parents to eat. And it absorbs sauce and flavor wonderfully! I updated this old post about an extremely useful technique. When I did the Proteins post, I didn’t happen to have any […]