Why Cooking Is Beneficial To Your Health And Marriage

Thanks to Michael Pollan, I now have confirmation for something I’ve been having a hunch for some time. According to his article “Out of the Kitchen, onto the Couch”, which appeared in the NYT magazine this past weekend, people who cook and eat at home weigh less and are happier. Voila, hadn’t I been saying this for years, just not quite as eloquently and elegantly as Michael Pollan, which surely must have to do with English not being my first language. I love that excuse…

Roasted Tomato Soup Recipe

photo credit: bhamsandwich Heirloom Tomatoes, Wonderful Ingredients for a Hearty Soup A Recipe by Andrea Milstein I came up with this very intensely flavored tomato soup after logging home a bushel of tomatoes from the farmers’ market one late day in summer. After a few days of incorporating tomatoes into pretty much any dish I could [...]

Spelt Waffles & Pancakes, the Low Glycemic Alternative for Diabetics

Last week, HartkeisOnline! Contributor Andrea Milstein told us about the special properties of an ancient grain, Spelt. Here is the recipe she promised for her Spelt Pancakes and Waffle batter! Andrea Milstein’s Waffles and Pancakes from Spelt photo credit: manray3 This recipe is definitely as easy as using a pancake mix but a lot more [...]

Spelt: An Ancient Grain for Moderns

photo credit: Rowan of Ravara SPELT - what’s the big deal? by HartkeisOnline contributor, Andrea Milstein I get repeated questions on spelt and I thought I would do a little write-up on it since not all that many people know what it is. Back in ol’ Austria (which is where I’m from) almost nobody bothers [...]

Andrea Milstein’s Raspberry Rollade with Spelt Flour

Andrea Milstein is a regular contributor to Hartke is Online! blog. Right when Andrea Milstein had pretty much exhausted all possibilities of using spelt, she had this flash-back to something her mother used to whip up during berry season.

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