Purple Brussels sprouts are unique. You can’t find these babies in the store! These were grown right here in my garden, and when roasted with a little olive oil, salt, and pepper, they couldn’t be better. We added a little gremolata for a zesty kick.
Hot Chocolate Popcorn
Spicy Ginger-Lime Popcorn
Today’s recipe, MaryJane’s Homemade Marshmallows, is another sneak-peek recipe from my book, Glamping with MaryJane. (Actually, in my book, my basic recipe below ends up with a host of yummy, unlikely ingredients added, but I’ll save those surprises for you until you have my book in your hands!)
Remember last month’s recipe?
Sweet & Smoky Salmon Zucchini Rolls
Oh goodness. The name alone starts a mind-blowing seismic-flavor-tastebud-overload.
But today is all about celebrating the tasty white, round, and fluffy balls of sugar-sweetness dubbed Marshmallow … because it’s National S’more Day!
And let’s not forget their partner, the homemade graham cracker, which will be part two of this recipe series, right here tomorrow. Don’t forget to check back.
Happy s’more day to you and yours. And s’more to you, and you, and you …
Today’s recipe, Sweet & Smoky Salmon Zucchini Rolls, is a doozy. It’s a sneak-peek recipe from my book, Glamping with MaryJane, available now for pre-order on Amazon. Hunky hubby went fishing over the weekend and brought home a boat-load of that oh-so-delicious land-locked Kokanee Salmon. If you’re able to use fresh-smoked salmon for this recipe, do! But first, instructions for smoking your prized catch. (Hopefully, you’ve either caught the fishing bug yourself or caught a partner who has.)
This recipe for smoking fish is perfect for your summer glamping adventures. However, when you’re out and about, you most likely won’t have the convenience of an electric smoker like I used here. In the last issue of my magazine, “Best of Show” Aug/Sep 2012 issue, I also suggested purchasing a William Sonoma Stainless Steel Grill Top Smoker Box for your on-the-go food smoking needs. It sits right atop your grill! So load the kids, pack up the glamper. (Don’t forget your pink necktie and cowgirl boots!)
Wondering who I am? I’m Merit Badge Awardee Jane (MBA Jane for short). In my former life …
After the trauma I endured turning off all my electronics in my last badge attempt, I decided to try a merit badge that would be a little less on the stressful side, a little more on the yummy side: namely, the Unprocessed Kitchen badge—purchasing a guilty pleasure item at the grocery store and then replicating it (organically, of course) at home.
Now, I’ve never been much of a cook, but I am motivated by some things, and salt and vinegar potato chips are one of them! Nothing has put me in the gym faster than a midnight binge of salty, greasy goodness. Maintaining my figure would be a heck of a lot easier without them, you know what I’m saying? They may, in fact, be …
Adding cottage cheese to pancakes gives them a texture and flavor you’ll love. The flavor is very similar to a true sourdough pancake. When Mom worked as a wilderness ranger in the ’70s, one of her staples was freeze-dried cottage cheese. She added it to just about everything she could think of. Adding it to her campfire griddle cakes one day was a discovery that ended up becoming a family favorite.