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poorhouse pie, a recipe
poorhouse pie, a recipe
When most of my bills are a month over due, my husband has developed a tubercular quality cough and we can't afford his asthma medication* or flea medicine for the animals or new pants for the kid it feels a little Irish around here. It puts me in the mood for cabbage. It makes me want to get earthy and reminds me that the answer to all my problems comes from the same source I did and if I embrace this experience and stop fighting it I will find something soul satisfying in it. Perhaps I'm feeling philosophical because I know that some significant relief will be on its way by the end of the month (in the form of a first pay check from my new job). But I think there's more to it. Ingredients: Enough calzone dough for 8 calzones 1.5 lbs of cabbage, shredded or diced big 1.5 lbs of button (or any other) mushrooms, sliced 1 yellow onion, diced 2 tbsp olive oil (or butter if you prefer) 2 tsp salt many grinds of pepper 1 tbsp dried marjoram 8 tbsp stone ground mustard 8 ounces feta cheese (or other cheese of your choice) Method: Preheat oven to 425 degrees In a large saute pan heat up the olive oil on med/high heat; then add the onion and cook until it begins to sweat. Add the mushrooms and cook for about five minutes. Add the cabbage, salt, pepper, and marjoram. Cook until the cabbage is cooked all the way through. About ten minutes. Cut your dough into 8 pieces. Roll each one out and on one half of it spread out a table spoon of the mustard. Add the cheese on top of the mustard. Then heap about a half a cup of the cabbage mushroom mixture on top of the cheese. Now pull the other half of the dough over the filing and seal the edges of the dough together. You may need to slightly wet the edges of the dough to make it stick well. Take the edges and tuck them up so that the filling won't ooze out during cooking. Place on a baking sheet and proceed the same way to fill the rest. Sprinkle some cornmeal on the baking sheet if you have some handy. It helps to keep the dough from sticking. Cook the pies for ten minutes (if you use a pita dough like I did, if not, cook for as long as your calzone dough recipe calls for). *If it weren't for credit cards it would have been Angela's Ashes for us a long time ago. Philip is waiting to get free asthma supplies from the companies that make them. If you're poor enough they'll sometimes give them out.
Decadent PB & Jelly Pancake Tower
Decadent PB & Jelly Pancake Tower
I thought it was a masterpiece...haha...not. This is great for kids. This is like my super breakfast treat (I had french toast for dinner yesterday. I've been craving sweet things these last days; don't know why, because I'm a savory girl.) Anyway...I was looking for a vegan recipe for pancakes, but didn't find one that could convince me. By that I mean...this ain't vegan and it IS decadent, so change the recipe at your likeness if you're trying to eat vegan and healthy. I could give you the exact recipe, but I didn't measure anything except the flour and milk. Anyway, I'll try... 1/2 cup whole wheat flour 1/4 tsp salt 1 tps baking powder 1/4 cup unsweetened applesauce 1 large egg Splenda 1/4 cup milk (I used cow's milk, but I bet vanilla soy milk would have been better for tasting.) 1 tsp vanilla extract 1/4 tsp of almond extract Cinnamon Dollop Sugar-Free Pancake Syrup 1 drop Sugar Free Chocolate Syrup Lots of butter flavor cooking spray **This do like 4 large pancakes (but in the picture I only used three because I ate the first one I did for tasting) **Here in my house we use lots of sugar-free stuff because of my dad, but feel free to do it with the real thing. **The pancakes aren't fluffly, I just don't know what to do to make that happen. Any reasons why? Presentation: Put one pancake and spread 1 1/2 tablespoon of SF Strawberry preserve. Slice one HUGE banana and cover pancake surface. Add another pancake and spread about 1 tbsp of crunchy Peanut Butter and put some Chocolate syrup. Add more banana slices. [If you do four pancakes, the other tower might be with preserve too or with real strawberries.] Put the last pancake and garnish with the last banana slices (add strawberries too, please) and a dollop of Cool Whip. (It comes in a Sugar-Free version if you have an almost diabetic family member like me.) Pour 1/4 cup of Pancake Syrup. [I think I used more than that. :p) Sprinkle with cinnamon. EAT! I had a mocca-coffe sans the whip-cream to pair it up. I need to go to the grocery store.

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