Posts Tagged ‘Onions’

teaching me patience. This is for you D ! I hear your voice every-time I make this which is often!!!
Heat a small Skillet to a low heat with about a 1/2 Tablespoon of high-quality Butter once melted.  Add 1 sliced Onion. Want to make more use a bigger Skillet, more Butter and Onions. Technique is the same.

Gently toss/stir in the Onion with the Butter. Ignore for a bit. repeat til done to your liking 🙂

Til next time……Enjoy 🙂

I’m getting ready for winter.

Osage Orange($1),Red Onions, Sweet Peppers, Poblanos, Various Beans(Wax, Italian and Pole), Grape Tomatoes, Summer Squash, Roma Tomatoes, Potatoes.


Picture from the other side of the Chopping Board. I am starting to buy extra to put away for Winter. My Farmer’s Market is open from the first weekend in May til the Weekend prior to the US Thanksgiving. That means I attempt to put away what I can for December thru April. This year I have an advantage over the past few years. Since I bought the largest Refrigerator we could squeeze into our Kitchen 🙂 Seriously just squeezed into the space.


Til next time…more on how I store my Farmer’s Market finds for winter.

I think I’m falling in love. The first time I tried Coconut Oil. My Kid had made Popcorn with it. Oh My, if you haven’t tried it you have got to.  YUM.  Slightly sweet with a hint of Coconut.

We all know by now  that I am a LA transplant to Virginia. That I grew up with Trader Joe’s so you will often see ingredients from there. Between the prices, the customer service and the quality it is my go to place. Always has been.


TJ’s Coconut Oil and some slice Onions. Not sure what’s up with the Onions 🙂


Beautiful Farmer’s Market fresh Green Beans. sautéed in Coconut Oil. Yes, they tasted as good as they look. Maybe even better.


I so want to apologize for sharing lots. I mean lots of Fried New Potatoes. But, come on it’s Farmer’s Market time and they call my name when I walk by a stand.


You have to admit they do look yummy. AWE, that’s why I had sliced Onions in that picture 🙂

Til next time….I’m going to my room

FYI: Remember Recipes are Road maps. Make them your own