Don’t you just love a bowl of hearty, hot soup when the chill of fall (or even winter) is in the air?
Food reflections and recipes from local columnist Cathie Campbell.
Recently, I looked up the origin of the word squash. Most sources indicate it comes from the Narragansett Native American word, askutasquash.
We hear a lot about garlic bread, but don't often hear much about onion bread.
It can be in several different forms, but one thing is the same in all onion bread recipes: it tastes delicious!
I admit that corn chips don’t usually pop into my mind when I am thinking of cooking ingredients.
The day I typed this, I had just returned from trout fishing at Bass Lake.
Thanks to my sister who lives on a ranch over in Gilroy, I have been enjoying a supply of good, old-fashioned fruits, nuts and veggies.
Even though my dad used to grow barley in his hay fields, I don’t remember having that grain on the dinner table, except for an occasional ingredient in soup.