Changing Tracks 2022: A recipe for Jen – Drive

Well today has been interesting. All day the web has been down. We live on an isolated farm and even a cloudy day can see us without internet. Last night I had started a batch of tomato relish with an online recipe. Then I remembered a bunch of somewhat ancient recipe books my friend Norma … Read more

DIVAS ON A DIME: Vintage strawberries, cream cake recipe could be summer go-to dessert | Community Living

May is National Strawberry month, and on May 21 we celebrate National Strawberries and Cream Day, bringing together two favorites: fresh ripe strawberries and homemade whipped cream. While that alone makes a divine dessert, let’s add a mildly sweet, vanilla-fragranced cake, and we’ve just won at life. This cake is a classic Great Depression-era recipe … Read more

8 best pescatarian meal kits

Many meal kit subscription services have amazing, healthy options for busy people who eat meat and don’t need to avoid any particular ingredients like dairy or grains. But those who do have stricter diets have to consider which subscription gives them more of what they want and need, whether they’re vegetarian, gluten-free, or pescatarian. Pescatarians … Read more

Rethinking the ‘mom doesn’t do measurements’ recipe trope

It’s the third time my mom’s overseeing my attempt at making some iteration of Grandma’s braised pork belly and lotus root. First and second generation immigrant kids can probably guess what the initial process of getting the recipe from mom was like. It’s become a trope at this point, repeated in cookbooks written by chefs … Read more

Rethinking the ‘mom doesn’t do measurements’ recipe trope

It’s the third time my mom’s overseeing my attempt at making some iteration of Grandma’s braised pork belly and lotus root. First and second generation immigrant kids can probably guess what the initial process of getting the recipe from mom was like. It’s become a trope at this point, repeated in cookbooks written by chefs … Read more

Rethinking the ‘mom doesn’t do measurements’ recipe trope

It’s the third time my mom’s overseeing my attempt at making some iteration of Grandma’s braised pork belly and lotus root. First and second generation immigrant kids can probably guess what the initial process of getting the recipe from mom was like. It’s become a trope at this point, repeated in cookbooks written by chefs … Read more