Monthly Archives: February 2014

Breakfast Loaf

This is moist and yummy, and with all the nutritious things in it, makes a good addition to breakfast. If you won’t be eating both loaves quickly, be sure to freeze one–I found out the hard way that a week in the cupboard is too long! Dry ingredients 1 cup whole wheat flour 2-1/2 cups bread or all-purpose flour 1… (more…)

Budget on A Chalkboard

We’ve tried all sorts of things to get us to stick to a budget. It isn’t so much about controlling our spending–though that’s part of it–but rather about knowing exactly where everything is going. It’s a very good feeling to know what’s in your bank account without looking. Bills are done monthly, and don’t factor in to this trick. Gas… (more…)

Falafel Burgers with Teriyaki Slaw

Dinner tonight had a very different flavor profile from my usual. But that’s why I explore recipes–to expand my horizons. I modified both recipes, because that’s what I do. Falafel (modified from this recipe by Shiksa in The Kitchen) Ingredients 2 cups garbanzo beans, soaked overnight 1 small onion, chopped 1/4 cup Italian parsley 2 cloves garlic 2 eggs  (I… (more…)