My Instant Pot Matzoh Ball Soup recipe is an adaptation of a friend's traditional family recipe. This recipe requires a lot of spoons to prepare, even with my adaptation that greatly reduces cooking time.
Just in case you want to eat Matzoh balls as their own snack or want to know how many calories you are adding or eliminating if you want to serve Matzoh Ball Soup without the balls or with extra balls.
After 11 weeks of growing in my AeroGarden Farm Plus, I harvested my second jalapeno pepper! Now, I have 4 jalapeno peppers, 3 bell peppers, 3 Manitoba tomatoes, and 4 purple super hots! I also changed the way I layout my journal.
My Instant Pot Thai Chicken Massaman Curry recipe is another one of my recipes that is for pressure canning or freezing. It's an extremely easy recipe, even if there is a fair amount of time under pressure.
Meal prep can take so much time, especially if you’re disabled. Wouldn’t it be nice if meal prep was easier? I often find myself reading recipes that say, “10 minutes prep time”, and the reality ends up being at least three times that amount because...
After 12 weeks of growing herbs in my second AeroGarden Sprout LED, I think it's pretty amazing how quickly my chives are growing now. My mint has been doing great for weeks. But, finally, the chives are really bulking out and it is the cause for having to extend the lights to max height every week.
After 7 weeks of growing in my AeroGarden Farm Plus, I have come to realise that I've greatly underestimated how much time it takes to maintain 18 plants in one garden. The good news is that the maintenance remains low spoons and for me, replenishes my spoons.
This Instant Pot Chicken Soup recipe is perfect for pressure canning or freezing if you don't have a pressure canner or the spoons for canning. It's an extremely easy dump and cook recipe with only 4 steps for the cook phase.
A number of my recipes can either be canned -- both pressure canning and water-bath canning -- or frozen. If you're disabled and considering canning, you may be wondering, "Canning vs Freezing: Which is more disability-friendly?" The short answer is, it depends. The longer answer required going through the pros and cons of each method of food preservation.