Browsing Tag 'cooking'

meat loaf

Because… It’s Sunday and we just got back from vacation. Because… We indulged way too much on vacation. Because… I’m glad to be home. Because… Our parents need a home-cooked meal this week.   I bring you my simple but delicious meatloaf recipe. Now don’t you go rolling your eyes thinking that you have a […]

brussel sprouts

I have a new pan! Okay, okay – I can already hear you… You call that a new pan? I have my grandmother’s pan…and my great, great grandmother’s pan…. Well so did I and I never appreciated it before. In fact, about three moves ago – I tossed it out. Yes, I was the fool. […]

Chicken

My bird was too big! Oh, I had the best intentions of giving you my beautiful roasted chicken recipe complete with finished pictures today. It was a lovely rainy Sunday afternoon and everyone in the house was watching movies. I had the kitchen to myself with this wonderful beauty of a chicken in front of […]

bacon

It’s Monday night and  the day after Mother’s Day, I wanted something simple for dinner. I opened the refrigerator and found a big hunk of bacon staring at me. Mmmmm….bacon. I had a smoothie for breakfast and a salad for lunch. Why not? And I do have my new panini machine…why not? Ingredients: Crispy bacon, […]

It’s a wrap

It’s Friday night and tonight, I really want wings. Why is it that I love all the things that are not good for me? On Friday nights, you don’t care what’s good for you… This time though, I came up with a healthy alternative to my wing craving… I took some thin boneless chicken breasts… […]

cookbooks

Because… This is the new home of my new blog I want you to follow me by subscribing to this blog I’m crazy over cookbooks and found some cute ones this week You are my friend and I want more friends You took the time to subscribe to my old blog (thank you! thank you! […]

all wrapped up

To appropriately prepare this meal…you need to plan 4 hours in advance for marinating the meat   It’s the night before the two-day holiday cooking marathon. I didn’t want to go out to eat tonight but wanted something tasty and easy to make.   Fajita night!   I found this recipe a few weeks ago […]

Sugar Snap Pea Quinoa Salad

As promised, here’s the wonderful side salad/dish that I made to go with last night’s halibut. It’s an easy to make spring dish that would go so easily with any entree.  The original recipe came from Food and Wine but I switched it up a bit….of course. Quinoa is my new favorite grain. It’s so […]

Just for the Halibut

I’m not a big fish eater. In fact, I’m a very picky fish eater…let alone cooking it. I don’t like the skin. I don’t like bones. I don’t like the smell of fish…. So what’s one to do? Halibut. Just for the halibut. (okay, okay, I’ll stop with the corny jokes starting now) I do […]

cabbageround

This is a family recipe. Easy to make and makes a colorful dish to pork chops…in my favorite color – PURPLE! Get yourself a nice little purple head of cabbage. You’ll need 4 cups of chopped cabbage. In a skillet, heat 1 tbsp. vegetable oil; 2 tbsp. vinegar (I use white, red or cider depending […]

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