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Mashed Potatoes (with Peel)

Mashed Potatoes (with Peel)

Mashed potatoes with peel and a little Greek yogurt are easy and tasty, and do contribute to the nutrition in a meal.¬†Comfort food at its best!     When I started Inhabited Kitchen five years ago, I shared some of my most useful, most basic […]

Berry Protein Smoothie

Berry Protein Smoothie

Our parents enjoy a creamy, slightly sweet Berry Protein Smoothie as an afternoon snack. And we enjoy knowing they’re getting protein and good nutrition! I have mentioned that many elderly people lose their appetite. Perhaps they lose some of their ability to taste. Perhaps chewing, […]

Easy Pesto Hummus

Easy Pesto Hummus

Make this incredibly easy Pesto Hummus in five minutes! Then serve with crackers or vegetable stick dippers, or pack and carry for an easy snack or part of a packed meal. What if you take two great ideas – in this case, great recipes – […]

An Introduction to Sauce: A Roundup of Flavor

An Introduction to Sauce: A Roundup of Flavor

A wide assortment of sauces have become a fundamental tool in my kitchen, making delicious meals easy, and appealing to our elderly parents. Now that Rich and I live with his parents, I have had to gradually change some of my cooking style, and recipes. […]

Meatballs in Tomato Sauce – Pressure Cooker Freezer Meal

Meatballs in Tomato Sauce – Pressure Cooker Freezer Meal

Freezer meals for the pressure cooker! Toss frozen Meatballs in Tomato Sauce into the pressure cooker, set and forget for an easy dinner. For years I have looked at the pictures and posts about once a month cooking, and making big batches of freezer meals […]