Caregiving from my kitchen

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Creamy Tomato and Navy Bean Soup

Creamy Tomato and Navy Bean Soup

Creamy Tomato and Navy Bean Soup has become a staple for lunch in our house! The parents enjoy it, and find it easy to eat, and I can throw it together from pantry ingredients in no time! Going through the posts from the last year, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 – […]

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 […]