There’s still plenty of time to brew up something tasty in the ol’ kitchen cauldron. Even if you don’t celebrate Halloween or Day of the Dead, you might like to nibble on some quick-to-make treats.
Food reflections and recipes from local columnist Cathie Campbell.
Don’t you just love a bowl of hearty, hot soup when the chill of fall (or even winter) is in the air?
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.