Last Monday I contributed for the Guacamole add on, and started to dream about rich, creamy guacamole. On Saturday I picked up my Guacamole pack and looked through the bag; avocados, green onion, jalapenos, cilantro, limes and another bag. Inside that bag was a treasure that I was not expecting; […]
by Lisa Y Occasionally we are fortunate to have the option of adding an herb pack to our Bountiful Baskets. One thing I noticed the last time we had this offering was the hesitation of so many who have never used fresh herbs, either because of fear of the unknown, […]
People say “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach”. In my experience the way to my man’s heart was through his mother’s stomach. My Mother-In-Law is one of my favorite people. An Idaho farm girl, she is a whiz at making the homey comfort foods of her […]
It’s alluring… It could be savory, or sweet, but seems somewhat risky in comparison to whipping together a regular pico de gallo. It sounds very sophisticated, but you may be still intimidated. We are here to help you untangle the anatomy of a mango salsa!
One of the blessings I’ve gotten from participating with Bountiful Baskets is the ability to change my family’s opinion about food. In the three years that I’ve been participating and volunteering (and running my own site, and facilitating many other sites in my state), my family has stopped eating at […]
Have you ever participated in a food swap? This idea is something I first came across on the Bountiful Baskets Facebook Page. Someone had mentioned starting one up in Texas, and it got me a bit curious, so I started googling “Food Swap“. It turns out that food swapping is […]
Jeanne Gibbons shared this recipe on the Bountiful Baskets Recipes board: PrintChili Sauce IngredientsChili Sauce (spicy) Makes about 6 pints. 2 cups sweet green peppers, chopped 2 cups chopped onions 24 large tomatoes(4 quarts peeled, cored, chopped) 1 tsp ground allspice 1 tbsp salt 1 1/4 cup vinegar 1 1/2 […]