by: The Chahrour Family Lucy, Nolan and Isla’s grandfather, Chaker, is from Lebanon. Although we eat Lebanese food pretty regularly, when we drive to Wisconsin every Christmas and celebrate with some of our family, we always make some there too. Source: Lucy, Isla, and Nolan’s grandfather Chaker Ingredients Eggplant Lemon Garlic Tahini (optional) Salt olive oil/za’atar (optional) Recipe Steps Preheat your oven to 350 degrees (or up to 400 if you are making other things). If you can, use a grill – it tastes way better from the grill – to a medium high heat. Wash the eggplant and prick it with a fork or a knife all over – if you don’t your eggplant will explode and you will have a mess and no baba ganoush, and no one wants that. Put in on the grill or in the READ MORE
by: Mr. Solof (Kindergarten Teacher) I love spicy food! This is a fairly quick and easy recipe that works for a snack, appetizer or meal! Source: I found the recipe online but haven’t made it the same way twice. The best part is you don’t have to be too particular with it, my only guideline is that it’s better to overcook them than undercook them! Ingredients Head of CauliflowerBuffalo SauceBlue Cheese or Ranch optional Recipe Steps Preheat oven to 400 degrees F Rinse and dry cauliflower Chop cauliflower into bite sized pieces Toss cauliflower in a bowl with your favorite buffalo sauce Spread cauliflower bites onto a baking sheet Bake in oven for at least 30 minutes. I often let them go longer and broil them for a few minutes at the end because I like them crispy! Remove, READ MORE
3 Ingredient Strawberry Jam
by: Mrs. Tucker (1st grade teacher) A few years ago, I took a jam making class with my mom and my niece. I had never made jam before and felt a little intimidated because I knew we’d have to boil it just right and was worried about ruining it. It ended up being such a fun class and a great way to spend quality family time. This recipe is not the same one I learned in that class, but it’s a much simpler version and I think is something any family could make at home! Source: I found this recipe on the website: https://www.scatteredthoughtsofacraftymom.com/quick-homemade-strawberry-jam/ Ingredients 16 oz strawberries3/4 cup white sugar2 tbs lemon juice Recipe Steps Hull and coarsely chop your strawberries and save them to the side. In a heavy bottom saucepan, mix strawberries, sugar, and lemon juice. Stir READ MORE
Look Whooo’s Cooking!
From our kitchens to yours! We are excited to announce our new virtual community cookbook, Look Whooo’s Cooking! Underwood staff have compiled some of their favorite recipes to share with all of you as a way to connect across the distance. We have a wonderful mix of newly discovered recipes, old family favorites, holiday traditions, and more! Take a look and then add a recipe that your family loves…we can’t wait to see what you cook up! Connecting Kitchens: Watch this introduction video to hear about the project and take a tour of the cookbook. See what’s cooking: Browse the recipes by clicking on the green button below. Contribute: Fill out this google form to submit a recipe from your kitchen! We look forward to teaching and learning together through this experience, and are excited to see this community recipe READ MORE