All posts tagged GERD recipes

Bass with pouring salt

Fish Three Ways: Chapter Two SALT

One evening in Barcelona about 1983, my good friend Juan Antonio took me to a small, dimly lit restaurant in some small barrio. It was mysterious and seemed at the …

Zucchini ingredients 2

The Best Laid Schemes o’ Mice an’ Men

Maybe I am not blogging because I am busy developing recipes! I look back at the earlier posts and I have 3-4 each month until summer hit and it is …

Watermelon

Watermelon cooler and summer et al

I admire bloggers who have one post per week that arrives exactly on time. I guess I am not that blogger…..yet! It’s been a very busy summer and all the …

Oysters with chorizo

New ideas for grilling

June is here and the miracle of this beautiful planet Earth is so apparent as I wonder every day that Earth can be so brilliantly and achingly emerald green after …

Ramblas Vegie market

Eat your vegetables!

I have to eat vegetables, lots of them, cruciferous guys and dark greens being at the top of the list. Whenever I eat something that doesn’t agree with me, the …

Finished Scarpello

Chicken scarpiello

Spring can still be very cold and I am sometimes loathe to leave all of my winter comfort food behind. As April roars out (Mother Nature taunting us yet again), …

Asparagus for Easter

Easter menu

Easter is a great day for feasting! I have so many wonderful memories of fabulous Easter meals living in Switzerland. This dinner menu is a tribute to the wonderful fresh …

Slow cooker steel oats ingredients

Breakfast: Slow cooker steel-cut oats

As promised, here is that oatmeal recipe for those just starting a GERD diet. Why steel-cut and not instant? Granted, instant oatmeal is so quick. 90 seconds in the microwave …

Eggs with spoon

Breakfast: Hazelnut pancakes

In the beginning stages of GERD, I ate oatmeal almost exclusively for breakfast, alternating with an occasional omelet. This was a vast improvement from my days of an espresso and …

Lamb Tagine ingredients

Lamb Tagine with Apricots

I just read an article about why we are still in sub zero temperatures. Apparently there is a big ridge of high pressure that has created a hot and dry …