It’s that time again, and whew I made it! Last month I was a week off and totally messed up my Secret Recipe Club reveal. For those of you visiting the first time. SRC is a food bloggers club where we are secretly assigned another blog and make one of their recipes. Then we all […]
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Let’s just say, it’s no secret to Mariel and Mary Ann that I’m a big fan of theirs. I started following Feast on the Cheap when they were just a baby blog 😉 As a point of interest, it was their blog where I first heard about Secret Recipe Club! Ahh-yup, my very first […]
Are you a football fan? Do you watch the game just to be social or because you are afraid that you may be the only one who isn’t watching the game? Do you love all the action or just the commercials? Regardless if football is your thing or not, it’s undeniably a huge event in […]
It seems like everyone has a dish that they judge a restaurant by. For some it’s hamburgers, or steaks or seafood and in the case of my son-in-law Jodus daughter Leah, it’s the Cobb Salad (evidently my memory is going faster than I thought, my daughter corrected me, she’s the one that judges by it…see […]
In the package that I received from Bella Sun Luci were julienned sun dried tomatoes and red peppers. My sun dried tomato cooking usually leans towards Mediterranean cooking, but when I saw this package with the red peppers, I went South of the Border for inspiration.
In the world of olives, the poor California ripe olive has taken a back seat to the amazing olive selection at the olive bars that are so readily available now. Truth is, even with all the exotic olive choices I have (even here in Great Falls, MT), the California ripe olive will always hold a […]
There is so much to do between now and the up coming holidays. Especially since I hate shopping and put it off to the last moment! There is also a lot more entertaining going on this time of year (which I love) so I’ve compiled six easy appetizers to stave off starving guests. Brie en […]
Are you making a big pot of chili? Maybe some pork chops or pinto beans? Head on over to Pig of the Month for my posting on the tastiest cornbread ever. I also would like to thank Taylor Takes a Taste for all the helpful photography tips and inspiration.
I remember when I was a child, my mom would always put out a bowl of ripe olives during the holidays. I would take the olives and place one on each of my fingers and for you smarty pants, my thumbs too. Then I’d eat them one at a time. My fingers were the perfect […]
This post is dedicated to my not daughter. Unbeliever of grilled pizzas. Recently on Facebook, she announced that she was going to make homemade pizza… Naturally I had to post a grilled pizza recipe. I took photo’s of all the steps, it’s good for the kids. We were at the cabin so I made […]