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Sunday, January 2, 2011

Whole Grain cooking!

Hi everyone! I have been laying low this past week with the holidays and the kid being out of school. I have come upon the name of Lorna Sass, who has a few cookbooks out in regards to eating Whole Grains. I found one of them, at least partially ONLINE, for free (never got to the end), with many really fantastic sounding recipes, HERE! Her book is called Whole Grains for Busy People.

The way I came upon finding her, is that I had found a good looking recipe I will be making tomorrow, for both my house, and my friend, who brought us a 9 x 13 of the best mac n cheese for Christmas!!! I wanted to fill her 9 x 13 with something wonderful to take back to her! My Organic Gardening magazine had a recipe for a black bean casserole that just happened to be written by this gal, Lorna Sass!

If you want to see what I will be making, you can check it out here at Nature's Path. I sure hope it tastes as good as I think it will. I bought a tiny container of sour cream for each house, too, to go along with it for a garnish! Some guacamole would be the perfect touch as well...and a few Margaritas!

4 comments:

Lisa at Greenbow said...

This sounds yummy. Pass the marguritas. :)

Bobbie Lynn said...

Happy New Year's Julie. Good luck on you black bean casserole. I like your pinecone drawing. You did great on the detail. Well, heres to a new gardening year. All the best to you, your family, Doozey and to your garden. : )
Blessing!

deepazartz said...

My dear Julie

A very Happy New Year!
I am back and I am glad...
Missed you all very much...

Thanks and Love you
Deepa

Judi said...

Happy New Year Julie!
I hope it was a really wonderfully happy Christmas and holidays for you.
Soooooo how WAS the casserole? Do tell. The recipe does sound very good with the corn, beans and the tomatoes and yum....I wonder how much heat was in it with the cheese. I hope you took pics. That was a really nice way to return your friend's dish to her.

Have a great week!

Judi