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Who Me?? Cook From Scratch?? – The Ease of Cooking Real Food

Who me cook from scratch__ (1) from SherryLee39   Yumm! (Savoring every bite.) How often can you sit down to a meal and experience this knowing you are eating something good for your body? As convenience foods have become the main source of our nutrition over the last 4 or 5 decades, obesity, diabetes, food allergies, and digestive problems haveRead the Rest…


Quick, Johnny spit it Out – If You Can’t Pronounce it, Don’t Put it in Your Mouth

It’s hard to remember when the taste of our food was so satisfying that we didn’t need to overeat. As a ten year old child, I lived in the San Fernando Valley in Southern California.  Back then there were a lot of small farms in this community near the Hansen Dam. When it was harvest time for the strawberries, allRead the Rest…


Childhood Big Money Memory

I stole a ten dollar bill! “What was the most prominent big money memory from your childhood?” I read this question in a magazine a few years ago and thought back to my criminal act as a nine year old child. Now, in my 70s this memory makes me think of how often this incident influenced my behavior throughout theRead the Rest…


When is it Enough? (or Too Much)

wounded taste buds

If a little is good, then a lot is better. Right? How often have we heard this phrase?  Is it true? Do you believe it? Is it ever true? It must be what my son was thinking one day while I was at work. He wanted to surprise me and cook dinner for us. He chose a family favorite recipe,Read the Rest…


You Don’t Look a Day Over Old Enough! – When old is too old (food that is)

It may be a personal quirk, but I get a little testy when I‘ve spent my energy and produced a flop.The age of an ingredient can play an important part in the success or failure of an otherwise great recipe. A little bit of prep work and you can be sure that your efforts are well rewarded. That said let’sRead the Rest…


My good friend, Sherry Pope, has for many years been known to me as a superb culinary artist. Through her EASY SEE, EASY COOK she has transmitted her many and varied food preparation skills in a manner easily seen and uniquely understandable. Fading eyesight is now more manageable in the kitchen. Jane Goodman
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