Recipes from the Podcast
Quarantine Pasta, from Episode One of “A Woman with a Very Large Knife.”
File under: “Oh God, Oh God, We’re All Going to Die Anyway, So Might As Well Go In A Pool Of Cheesy Bliss.”
Menopausal Smoothie, from Episode Two of “A Woman with a Very Large Knife.”
Now I kick off the covers of the bed only once or twice a night…
Applesauce Honey Bread, from Episode 3 of “A Woman with a Very Large Knife.”
This is a modified recipe from a book called Fruits of the Desert, by Sandal English.
Shirataki Noodle Stir-Fry from Episode 5 of “A Woman with a Very Large Knife.”
You may have already gotten the good word about them, but if not, shirataki noodles are the bomb.
Tomato Bisque, from Episode 6 of “A Woman with a Very Large Knife.”
Simple, creamy, perfect for a snowy April day.
Cranberry Orange Muffins
Yummy, portable breakfast stuff for the essential worker in your household.
Slightly Skewed Spinach Pancakes
This is an adaptation of the Great Jamie’s crepe-like pancakes for the Doctor Jekyll in you.
Grandma Neena’s Potato Chip Tuna Casserole
This pure Lutheran church-basement hot dish. From my People to Yours.
(Mentioned in Episode 9 of “A Woman with a Very Large Knife,” which you can find in the podcast section.) This is an adaptation from allrecipes.com. I adjusted the amounts and cooking time, because who is going to eat 20 cups of popcorn at one sitting? Yikes. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Ingredients • 10…
Pico de Gallo Sauce for Burritos or Lo Que Sea
Pico de Gallo Sauce for Burritos or Lo Que Sea (Whatever) I started making this because my sweetie was jonesin’ when Covid-19 shut down the fresh fixings bar for his morning gas station burrito. Burritos: I doubt you need me to tell you how to make a burrito. All I can say is, a burrito…
Devil’s Food Cake with Heavenly Vanilla Sauce
Very rich, but oh so lovely. Warm vanilla sauce poured over chocolate cake. Can she really do that? Yes she can.
Tuna Pasta Salad
(Mentioned in Episode 14 of “A Woman with a Very Large Knife,” which you can find in the podcast section. A Summer favorite, you can get around 8 servings out of this. Best if you make it the night before and let it chill. It’s très Betty Crocker. This is a variation of one we…