This is from the side of a KITCHEN BASIC stock box, but my kids love it. I decided I should try to live up to the name of my blog and post some recipes. I am always trying to get my kids to eat protein and they like basic food, so these recipes are old […]

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  • burgundy wines - Burgundy Wine
    Planted grape varieties in Burgundy

    Pinot noir
    Some other less important grape varieties may be found, buy they are grown in marginal quantities and little used :
    Sauvignon and grey Sauvignon from which the Saint-Bris aoc (109 h) is produced.
    Tressot and Cesar for Burgundy for white Burgundy grand ordinaire aoc in the Yonne district .
    You can more information on the Burgundy Wine in:

Another family favorite. This is reminiscent of the tacos you make from a “spice” packet–without the MSG. 1pound ground beef1 large onion, chopped finely1 clove garlic, minced1 t. cumin1 t. oregano1 T. cooking oil1 c. crushed tomatoes (optional)1 tsp salt (or to taste) and pepper Heat oil in pan over medium heat. Add onion and […]

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  • Alina - Quick and EASY, my whole family loved it, w never missed the cheese and sour cream we used to have on it !!! we added lettuce, tomatoe and green peppers to the top…. THANKSReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Thanks for the explaination of what Gluten is.Thanks for the recipes and listing your favorite GF foods. I’ve already wasted alot of $ on bad GF.

  • Chef Jay - Those in need of gluten-free diet will surely love this. I'll try one this holiday to match my very own canning salsa recipes. Thank you. :)ReplyCancel

I make these with corn tortillas, but this recipe is also good over rice. My friend Lauren gave me this recipe a few months ago and it quickly became a family favorite 1/3 c. vegetable oil1/4 c. lime juice4 garlic cloves, minced1 T fresh parsley, chopped fine1 tsp ground cumin1/2 tsp salt1/4 tsp pepper4 pieces […]

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I went to the United Nations today to a panel discussion on “Global Awareness of Autism: Challenges, Responsibilities and Actions.” Bob Wright, a cofounder of Autism Speaks said “no country can afford to stand by and watch it lose 1% of their male population” to what once was a rare, isolated mental illness. The State […]

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  • journeytocrunchville - I would have LOVED to go to this. And I think the points you make about gluten and some of the autism spectrum disorders could be very very spot on. Just as I am witnessing so many children being mistakingly diagnosed as having ADHD and other diseases who simply were chemically sensitive to dyes and preservatives in their food. At this point I don’t have any reason to suspect gluten intolerance in our family but should new symptoms arise you can bet it would be the first (along with dairy) to be tested and eliminated. I believe most of the diseases we deal with are at some level (current or previous) related to our diet.ReplyCancel

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