Caregiving from my kitchen

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Creamy High Protein Red Pepper Soup

Creamy High Protein Red Pepper Soup

With both dairy and beans, this Red Pepper Soup is a powerhouse of both nutrition and flavor! Easy to make and to eat, it’s perfect for our elderly parents. As people reach their eighties and nineties, they often lose their appetites. They may lose their […]

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. […]

WIAW 200 – What They Eat

WIAW 200 – What They Eat

Wow. Two hundred What I Ate Wednesday posts! I’ve been writing them for four and a half years! (And yes, a little basic arithmetic tell you I’ve skipped weeks, here and there… ) I started this partly as a good way to get my blog […]

Banana Bread – Gluten Free, Sugar Optional

Banana Bread – Gluten Free, Sugar Optional

Gluten free banana bread – moist, rich, and only as sweet as you want it! Bake the version of the Sugar Optional recipe that suits your own family. For a variety of reasons I have not posted desserts or baked goods here for a while. […]

Spiralized Salad – and Seasons of My Life

Spiralized Salad – and Seasons of My Life

Cut long strands of vegetables with a spiralizer and toss them into a simple Spiralized Salad – tender-crisp, fresh, and easy to eat! So I finally broke down and bought a spiralizer… I’m not a fan of the “zoodles/courgetti” concept. Summer squash and pasta are […]