Sixty-two fun filled, delicious gluten and allergy free recipes! Fresh from your back porch garden, or the local farmers market, field to table in less than an hour.
Safely grow, cook, and enjoy your childhood favorites – beans, squash, corn, and potatoes. A simple garden that produces enough vegetables for a year isn’t very large. It doesn’t have to be much larger than your living room to fill your freezer and pantry with plenty. In fact, there are so many vertical growing options these days, that the amount of space needed to grow a year’s supply of vegetables can be considerably less.
Fresh vegetables can be canned, or frozen. It is often easier, safer, and quicker to simply chop and freeze them as they ripen. Even dried beans can be frozen in single serving bags or containers. Aluminum foil packets work well, when labeled.
Grill recipes included. Vegetables can be delightful on the grill. Some aluminum pans on the grill add an off flavor, if so, learn to make grill packets.
A vegetable casserole is included at the end, without gluten or allergens.
Available recipes include:
Beans: Grilled Baked Beans, Oven Baked Beans, Pan Baked Beans, Fresh Black Beans, Frozen Black Beans, Baked Dragon Beans, Boiled Dragon Beans, Baked Green Beans, Baked Green Beans, Squash, and Ham, Boiled Green Beans, Green Bean Casserole, Green Beans and Potatoes, Grilled Green Beans, Baked Pinto Beans and Cornbread, Baked Pinto Beans and Onions, Boiled Pinto Beans, Fried Pinto Beans, Bean Salad.
Broccoli: Baked Broccoli, Boiled Broccoli, Grilled Broccoli, Raw Broccoli.
Broccoli and Cauliflower: Baked Broccoli and Cauliflower, Boiled Broccoli and Cauliflower, Grilled Broccoli and Cauliflower, Raw Broccoli and Cauliflower.
Carrots: Baked Carrots, Boiled Carrots, Raw Carrots, Sweet Carrots.
Cauliflower: Baked Cauliflower, Boiled Cauliflower, Grilled Cauliflower, Raw Cauliflower.
Corn: Baked Corn on the Cob, Boiled Corn, Boiled Corn on the Cob, Grilled Corn on the Cob.
Greens: Asparagus, Spinach, Turnip Greens, Turnips.
Onions and Mushrooms.
Potatoes: Baked Potatoes, Baked Sweet Potatoes, Baked Sweet Potato Chips, Boiled Sweet Potatoes, Boiled Potatoes, Grilled Potatoes, Grilled Sweet Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes, Potato Soup.
Peas: Boiled Peas, Boiled Peas and Carrots, Ham and Peas, Pea Salad.
Squash: Baked Yellow Squash, Baked Zucchini, Boiled Yellow Squash, Boiled Zucchini, Grilled Yellow Squash, Grilled Zucchini, Squash and Bean Casserole, Squash and Meat Casserole.
Full Length: 944 pages – 111,850 words
Desserts and Grains – 237 pages – Arial size 14.
Meats – 341 pages – Arial size 14
Vegetables – 269 pages – Arial size 14
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April Brown’s fascination with history, science, and social science lead her on a quest to uncover forgotten societal mythology. New solutions to old queries will be uncovered in the future, through studies of the past. Her novels and novellas, while adventures, are written in a more classical style, without extreme action, romance, or violence. Characters think before they act. Sometimes, this leads to trouble.
Her nonfiction is often written at the request of others. Gluten (and allergy) free cookbooks, include tips for tricks for people with multiple common disabilities, including poor memory, low vision, and limited dexterity. Journey Through Life Lists was written at the request of friends with serious memory loss planning their future, and desperate to remember their past. VoiceOver with the Brailliant Braille Display was designed for personal use, when there was no written manual for learning to use a screen reader for the first time as a middle aged adult.
The clear path April Brown dreamed of as a child had roadblocks no one could foresee. Of those, the loss of memory caused far more concern, than the loss of hearing and vision. Deafblind and doing fine, most of the time. After all, vision, and hearing, can be internal, as well as external. With the help of her husband, cats, and dogs, she wanders along the path that unfolds slowly before her. The one she tried to push away as a teen. Writing doesn’t come as easy now as then. Though, it seems far more impactful. Full of hidden vision, wonder, and forgotten sounds and odors.
Crosswinds: Past, Present, and Future Combine
Life After Life: Three Paranormal Short Stories
Bending the Bars
Coffee, Tea, and Gluten Free: The Novel
The Stork Mis-Delivered – Twice
Trails Series: Through the Fault Lines, Through the Volcano, Through the Tales, Through the Garbage Mines
Cookbook: Coffee, Tea, and Gluten Free – Whole, Desserts and Grains, Meat, Vegetables
Journey Through Life Lists
VoiceOver With the Brailliant Braille Display
April Brown’s books can be found at: http://uncoveredmyths.wix.com/uncoveredmyths.
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