Articles tagged as food

Image Lentil Soup
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.

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Image Evolution, Revolution . . . Women & Food
By Arlene Marshall on July 1, 2010

I have fond memories of my Swedish grandmother working in her farm kitchen, always wearing an apron, and a long wooden spoon in hand. Her hands were never idle and she shared many cozy visits with me as she labored. At the age of 10, I was sent to stay with her to help her out. She had broken both of her wrists and could do nothing. I learned from her how to cook, do laundry, clean house and pick eggs. Working in the kitchen was my grandmother’s job. Women have always worked, especially those women who are in the minority and those of lower economic levels. In the early years of our country, there weren’t many jobs easily available to women, except domestic positions.

With the arrival of World War II, women and the home kitchen forever changed.

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Image Searching the YumYum Diva Recipe Box
By Arlene Marshall on July 15, 2010

Don't be intimidated by the word Database . . . it's just a "Recipe Box". Where do you keep YOUR recipes? Hmmm . . . I'm going to make banana bread today. Now where is that recipe? Do you find it in the glovebox of your car? How about under your bed? Or maybe it's in the Ice Box. . .

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Image Putting a Recipe in the YumYum Recipe Box
By Arlene Marshall on July 15, 2010

Have you been hesitant to try your hand at putting a recipe in the database? Yes, it can be a challenge to try something new . . . but think of the benefits.

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Image Adult Friendly Kid Food – Or how to liven up your side of the dinner table
By Lance Gardner on November 26, 2010

My son, like many children, has a few favorite meals that are rather plain, simple, and not really that full flavored or nutritious. I have found some ways, however, to keep him happy and well fed, both nutritionally and in wanting to have more. I have also discovered some ways to add in flavor and nutrition to my own helpings of his favorite foods, so we can both look forward to having dinner. There is also a bonus morning recipe.

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