Author Archives: Kellie
Every year around the holidays, Bates College dining services sells traditional French Canadian meat pies, also known as Tortiere. I must say that, as far as meat pies go, this one was pretty good. I think we will make it … Continue reading
Every time I have had dinner at DaVinci’s I leave so full that dessert just isn’t an option. Last time we went, the whole point of our visit was to finally try their desserts with coffee for an afternoon date … Continue reading
Well, I have certainly been slacking off on the blog. Here’s a picture of my Memere’s soup, which we all call “Memere Soup” since it’s her specialty. I have no recipe to share at this time, but I will see … Continue reading
This bean salad is easy to prepare with a few fresh ingredients a can of black beans, and a bag of frozen edamame. It makes a nice side dish with grilled chicken or fish, and a side of rice. The … Continue reading
My “cooking” has been quite minimal as of late. We seem to be falling into a pattern of easy protein with a side of veggies and rice or pasta. On other days we have soup and sandwiches. On occasion a … Continue reading
I have had the recipe for these biscuits hanging in my kitchen for months, and finally gave it a try this morning. Only three ingredients are needed: self-rising flour, Greek yogurt, and salt. The results are some pretty good tasting … Continue reading
This recipe is not only easy and convenient, but very tasty and filling. It can also be made with “leftover” chicken and rice. In our case, we grilled chicken for dinner, but threw on a couple of extra pieces to … Continue reading
This is a great broccoli salad recipe, and it is easy to make! It is one of my favorites, though this is really the first time I’ve made it myself.
This pasta salad is easy to make and makes an easy lunch or side dish with dinner. When I have it for lunch, I like to serve it on a bed of lettuce.