Caregiving from my kitchen

Tag: vegetables

Instant Cream of Spinach Soup

Instant Cream of Spinach Soup

Instant soup doesn’t have to come out of a can or box. You can make Instant Cream of Spinach Soup from scratch for a quick cup with lunch! Several factors came together to create this soup. I have started making protein smoothies for the parents. […]

Mirepoix

Mirepoix

Make a batch of mirepoix, the classic French blend of aromatics, and keep it on hand in the freezer to easily and quickly flavor meals.   I originally published this post in September of 2014. This is a repost with new pictures and some slight […]

Ratatouille with Italian Sausage

Ratatouille with Italian Sausage

Add Italian Sausage to Ratatouille for a different skillet meal starring the glorious vegetables available in high summer! When we first knew that we would move from New York City to Raleigh, we of course wondered about the changes that would bring to our lives. […]

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. […]

Double Corn Fritters

Double Corn Fritters

Double Corn Fritters, made with cornmeal, have twice the corn flavor, and no gluten! Crisp, but also tender and moist from the corn and other vegetables! Are you frittering away your corn? You should be! I mean… I’m sorry, I couldn’t help it… I originally […]