In a KitchenAid mixing bowl add: 4 cups hard red winter wheat flour (fresh ground from 3 cups of wheat berries) 3 cups Einkorn wheat flour (fresh ground from 2 cups of wheat berries) 4 tsp. of salt In a 4-cup measuring cup add and stir: 3 cups water 1 cup sourdough starter Pour the […]
Like folk music, cooking borrows inspiration from all over. This recipe was an attempt to clean out my pantry and refrigerator before moving into a new house. It was inspired by the Hearty Vegan Navy Bean Soup by Meghan but evolved into something uniquely Larry. You can throw this delicious soup together in 30 minutes. […]
I’ve often made the dark pumpernickel bread from Donna Rathmell German’s excellent The Bread Machine Cookbook. It’s good, but not as good as the pumpernickel from When Pigs Fly Bakery. And I think I’ve figured out the difference. I tweaked Donna’s recipe a little and then added some fennel seeds for the special flavor I […]
The first time I ever had cashew chili was back in the late 1970’s at the Moosewood Restaurant in Ithaca, New York. I’ve never forgotten just how good it tasted and how a simple twist can change a meat-based classic into something deliciously vegan. I’m not sure if this is the recipe the Moosewood chef […]
I made up this recipe today for a potluck I was going to. Of course, the inspiration for this salad is the classic corn, bean salad made with a vinaigrette dressing. But lately I’ve been on an edamame kick, so I just HAD to put some in here. Once I did that, the idea of […]
My JanSport backpack and I have travelled everywhere together – all across the United States, Germany, Scotland, Italy and right here in lovely Sunderland, Massachusetts. I use it a lot as a ride my bicycle around town to do work and run errands. I often throw a laptop, a few folders or some boxes to […]
Joe was really using his head during yesterday’s game against Holyoke Catholic. This photograph appeared in the Springfield Republican newspaper and online at MassLive.com.