Home Made Simple

WARM HAVARTI AND TURKEY SANDWICH: A TASTY WAY TO USE UP THANKSGIVING LEFTOVERS

 

Recipe courtesy of Home Made Simple (See our review of Home Made Simple in our San Diego Bookshelf section—and scroll down for this scrumptious recipe!)


November 6, 2010 (San Diego’s East County) – One of the first things we associate comfort with is warm, homemade food. Nothing feels better than making meals your family will love. This Thanksgiving season, cozy up with this new leftover turkey recipe that will show your friends and family just how much you care. This tasty turkey recipe is sure to become a new Thanksgiving favorite at your table--served open-face on warm, homemade bread and topped with sweet and simple Mango Chutney.

BOOK REVIEW: HOME MADE SIMPLE IS ESSENTIAL FOR YOUR HOME

 

Home Made Simple, By Proctor & Gamble (St. Martins Press, New York, N.Y., 2010, 328 pages.)



Book Review by Dennis Moore

 

November 6, 2010 (San Diego’s East County) -- Proctor & Gamble has now delved into the book writing business with Home Made Simple, a how-to book for everyone on organizing and simplifying tasks, be it preparing delicious foods or cleaning window blinds.

MAKE MERRY THIS SEASON WITH MANGO CHUTNEY

 

Recipe courtesy of Home Made Simple (See our review of the Home Made Simple book in our San 

Diego Bookshelf section--and scroll down for this sweetly simple recipe.)

  

 

November 6, 2010 – Chutney, a sweet and spicy relish originally from India, was imported to merry old England in the 17th century, where it swiftly gained popularity. Jelly-like in consistency, chutney is customarily made with fruits, vinegar, and spices of East India.  Now you can brighten up your holiday table with these festive flavors!

 

 

MMMM.....PUMPKIN-BLACK BEAN SOUP RECIPE

 

Recipe courtesy of Home Made Simple

 

November 6, 2010 (San Diego’s East County)—The flavors of fall abound in this tasty autumn dish provided by the publisher of Home Made Simple. See our San Diego Bookshelf section for a review of this new book—but first, scroll down for the authors’ flavorful recipe for pumpkin-black bean soup.