It’s Saturday morning the sun is shining, may garden needs weeding, my lawn needs mowing and my house needs cleaning. Fuck it, I made a resolution to do more blogging and I’m sticking to it. Especially since I have so many posts to do! I’ve traveled to LA for the IACP conference, went to San […]
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I never imagined that I would ever create a recipe using leftover lobster, because we have never had lobster leftover! However, getting such two large lobsters from lobsteranyhere.com changed that! What a special luxury to have lobster for breakfast; especially in the mountains of Montana. I would bet we were the only people in Montana […]
Some things have become a quest for me, perfect mac-n-cheese, the best pie crust and a buttery yet light biscuit. It seems that I goof around with recipes, tweaking them here and there hoping to hit that sweet spot of right ingredients and technique. By what I mean when I say technique is: can I […]
I frequently hear from people that they struggle making their own sausages, regardless if they process and grind their own wild game or get ground meat from a processor. The chief complaint is the meat is gamey or dry/poor texture. I can empathize. My sausage making has been a ‘want to do/failure/sometimes okay/randomly good’ cycle. […]
I’ve really taken advantage of this summer, like no other. Twenty two years in the military, three years in management, a year of floundering around, and school last year and really never the time to really enjoy a summer. This year I feel as if I’m headed on a path, my keel starting to even […]
Remember when I received all that dill in my Bountiful Basket? I posted these deviled ham eggs and then I posted the Flounder Olympia (which you need to try if you haven’t yet). But that’s not all baby! I made this fantabulous quiche also. Actually I made quite a bit more but didn’t photograph it […]
This is the last in my series of recipes for Breakfast in Bed. In my opinion, I saved the best for last. But then again, it’s no secret, my love for all things citrusy. It’s a simple easy dish, there are very few ingredients that make up this dish, which is always a winner in […]
In my last post, I mentioned that I was going to be doing a “Breakfast in Bed” cooking class; on the menu was Chocolate Covered Cherry Cordials, Glazed Grapefruit, Sunrise Champagne Cocktail and this French Toast. My ‘adopted’ grandkids loved this, as a matter of fact they ate more than McGyver and I did! What […]
Raise your hand if you grew up with a box of Bisquick in your pantry. We used it for biscuits, pancakes and the popular Impossible pie.
When Easter is hopping around the corner the first food that comes to mind for me is always eggs. More than any other food, eggs represent Easter. Colorfully dyed eggs, plastic filled eggs, cheap shiny grass as a nest for them. Eggs are a birth, a beginning so is Easter and so is Spring.