Disclaimer! We are not gourmet chefs. Our recipes are designed to be delicious, yes, however, the purpose of this list of recipes is to help us and, hopefully, others in a situation like ours, to gain more self-reliance through creating a food process that allows them more free time in the evenings to create art. These recipes, combined with our advice about business and domestic harmony, are designed to facilitate the growth and sustainability of our company by allowing us to sustain ourselves as we grow as artists.
This basic biscuit recipe was adapted from the Better Homes and Gardens New Cookbook, 12th edition.
Cream of broccoli soup is a delicious use for broccoli stalks and meatless broths.
This baked falafel is perfect for a light, nutritious meal whether served hot or cold. Adapted from Sean’s Falafel and Cucumber Sauce.
Our fried rice turns leftover ham into a delicious, one-bowl meal.
Our easy lasagna is tastiest when prepared ahead of time and baked the following day.
When fresh tomatoes are not in season, this tomato based pasta sauce from generic canned tomatoes makes an easy, inexpensive alternative to store bought sauces.
This easy sausage gravy makes an excellent topping for buttermilk biscuits.
Our tartar sauce is fast and easy to make using ingredients you may already have around the house.