Since baking bread is apparently all the rage during this pandemic, I thought I would share my mom’s tried and true buttermilk bread recipe. In my opinion, it is a fairly easy recipe to follow and tastes great with soups or toasted with jam for breakfast. Continue reading “Buttermilk Bread”
So, I’ve been a vegetarian on and off since I was about nine years old. At this point in my life, I probably just qualify as a picky eater, but my family and I still joke that I’m a “part-time vegetarian.” I’m extremely grateful to my mom – who cooked for the family basically every night growing up – for working around my pickiness and experimenting with new recipes to find things I could eat.
One of those recipes is this one for quinoa burgers, which let me enjoy all the condiments and sides of cookouts without having to eat hamburgers and hot-dogs. It’s a personal favorite of mine and I decided to make it this week because it’s something I know I’d be happy to eat for days, which can be great when you’re trying not to go to the grocery store as often during the pandemic. Continue reading “Quinoa Burgers”