Less time at the stove = more time for stitching

After cooking dinner for 40 plus years, I try to find new ways to reduce that time spent at the stove as much as I can. Of course, if I am inviting dinner guests, that’s a different story and, as you probably know, is an all day event between shopping, cooking, cleaning and setting a beautiful table. Here I want to talk about shortening the time for every day cooking that is still healthy and delicious. I hope you will share your recipes that accomplish the same thing and I look forward to them.

Recipe Sources

I will try to give the source whenever I can and expect everyone contributing to do the same so we don’t get in trouble with copyrighted material. If I give a recipe for which I do not have a source and you know who the originator is, please, please, reply so I can fix it.

2 Responses to Recipes

  1. Pingback: cross-point recipes – Summer | SDA cross-point blog

  2. linda oldham says:

    I just made a fab gazpacho with the usual diced 3 beefsteak tomatoes, 2 cukes,2 red peppers, 1/2 onion and 2-3 garlic. Instead of the sherry vinegar and hot sauce, substitute

    2 TB minced chipotle chiles en adobo, make sure to get the sauce with the 2TB. Hot and smoky.

    6 TB lime juice

    2 Tsp lime zest

    fresh cilanto (1/4 cup)

    avacado to garnish

    along with the # cups of tomato juice (Welch’s the best) 2-5

    6 ice cubes

    Let it sit 4 hours at least.

    Serve with avacado on the top.



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