Articles tagged as cubits
By Arlene Marshall on March 26, 2010
Remember the first serious cookbook you ever got your hands on? At the time, I thought mine was "AnneMarie's Personal Cookbook" by AnneMarie Huste. I found this recipe, and never having tasted lentils, presumed it must be something really extra special. After making the recipe, with great success, I was on a mission to make every recipe of hers that I could.
By Arlene Marshall on April 19, 2010
This is a cooking method that we have been doing for years but never could find a name for it. So I have coined a new cooking method term-"Smoked Grill-BQ" A big Thank-You to AlwaysWeeding for coming up with the term.
Banana Bread 101|
By Arlene Marshall on April 28, 2010
Why is it that all Banana Bread is NOT created equal?
Who Is Arlene Marshall ?|
By Brenda Essig on May 1, 2010
Those of us who have been watching the progress of the Yum Yum Divas Cubit have discovered that it is a fast growing database filled with over a thousand recipes and growing. Many of these recipes are Arlene's, although she has also been aided in this enormous effort by several other great cooks. But who is Arlene? She is a woman who has managed to be successful in two very different fields and I have come to admire greatly. If you are as curious about this remarkable lady as I am, you will enjoy this article from her home town.
Strawberries are in Season!|
By Arlene Marshall on May 3, 2010
Raspakakas . . . A tribute to a cook who "kicked it up a notch" before we ever heard of that other guy . . .|
By Arlene Marshall on May 5, 2010
For those of you who have lost a mother our hearts go out to you. This is not an unusual story. Our mother (Swedish) married our father (Norwegian) and to please her man learned to make the Norwegian dishes he enjoyed. But that is where the tale takes a turn.
Who hasn't enjoyed Stuffed Bell Peppers?|
By Arlene Marshall on June 1, 2010
Bell peppers for some have been a comfort food. But my friend Moby (Mary) gave me an idea how to kick it up a notch.
Get Out of the Kitchen with Simple Baked Chicken|
By Arlene Marshall on June 13, 2010
Much more flavorful than poached chicken . . . with the busy & hot, humid days of summer, bake in the cooler hours of the day and refrigerate for using in salads, sandwiches, or just pull out and nibble. As a main course, fresh steamed green beans, tossed salad, and bread round out the meal. Rice also goes well with it.