Quick Pickled Watermelon Rind with Baking Spice

Summer is the season of watermelon. Most of the time we simply throw out the rinds. Why not find a use for some of this leftover produce?

This recipe is really simple and creates a slightly tart, slightly sweet snack. Pickled watermelon rind makes a fine addition to a charcuterie Continue reading “Quick Pickled Watermelon Rind with Baking Spice”

Mushrooms filled with cheese, spinach and garlic

Stuffed mushrooms are a popular appetizer. They are easy to make at home and can be filled with so many different ingredients. For today’s recipe, I wanted to make an appetizer that leaned toward healthy. Goat cheese is the optimal choice for this. It’s lower in calories than many cheeses Continue reading “Mushrooms filled with cheese, spinach and garlic”

Strawberry whoopie pies with a secret ingredient

It’s almost strawberry season in New Hampshire. While we await their arrival, let’s make something full of strawberry flavor that doesn’t need fresh produce!

The key to the flavor in these whoopie pies is the freeze-dried strawberries and strawberry Jell-o powder. Freeze-dried berries are a go-to ingredient for me, but Continue reading “Strawberry whoopie pies with a secret ingredient”

Handheld tarts bursting with blueberries

It isn’t quite blueberry season in New Hampshire, but there’s no reason to delay planning. Never mind that you probably can find some decent berries that were grown elsewhere available in the produce department of your grocery store.

These tarts are easy to make; the cooking portion is done in Continue reading “Handheld tarts bursting with blueberries”

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