Browsing Tag 'dinner recipes'

Jambalaya!

Oh Baby! It was hot and spicy here this weekend as I made Val’s husband’s recipe for Jambalaya. Jambalaya originated in the Caribbean Islands. The Spanish culture mixed with the native foods created what is known as Jambalaya. Jambalaya is traditionally made in three parts, with meats and vegetables, and is completed by adding stock […]

Ginger Chicken Lettuce Wraps

My weekend was a slippery slope for eating healthy starting with Friday night. We watched our 5 year old grandson for most of the weekend and we ate like 5 year olds! Pizza, cheeseburgers, strawberry shortcake pancakes, ice cream… I thought chasing my grandson around would burn the calories but that was wishful thinking. By […]

soup3

This is one of my favorite recipes and I can not believe it’s taken me this long to share it with you! It’s a hearty soup bursting with flavor and easy to make! This recipe came across my path many, many years ago from my single days. A group of my single friends would take […]

lobstermacncheese2

So while you were chowing down on wings, pizza and pulled pork sandwiches yesterday – we took a different approach to Superbowl Sunday. I don’t like to do what everyone else is doing and our Superbowl celebration is quite subdued compared to everyone else…in that, I’m not into it. Yes, I watch the commercials and […]

chicken picatta

Tonight we longed for something simple – flavorful but simple. It was a crazy weekend with a sleepover of 3 grandsons – all 5 years old! We had fun playing games, eating pizza and making banana splits. Now you can see why I craved simplicity. This recipe does the trick – chicken cutlets topped with […]

stirfry

Mmmmm….Sunday night suppers. You can enjoy them at the table, or casually on the couch or in your lap watching 6o Minutes. One of our favorite Sunday night indulgences is fried rice. We love all the veggies with the wholesomeness of brown rice, Asian flavors and the salty taste of pork. There are so many […]

pieforweb

Woot! It’s grandson sleepover night! Time for hugs, giggles, play… and holding onto every precious moment. When I was a young mother, I was too busy to hold onto every precious moment. Looking back now, I wish I could stop time and giggle more, hug more and play more… I couldn’t, I was a single […]

at the table

Typically this is the meal that I make when the snow is blowing and the fireplace is glowing. Today it made more sense to cook inside than to fight the heat of the day grilling outside. And when I run into these little beauties at Whole Foods who could resist? All this being said, I […]

Asian Baked Pork Chops

Our freezer is busting with boneless pork loin chops because of a special at our local grocery store. I’ve been playing with pork recipes all month. This is my favorite! One of my favorite ways to prepare boneless pork chops is to bread and bake them. Over the years I have had good experiences and […]

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