Do you want the taste of smoked meat but don't have one of those fancy smokers? Well, I have a recipe for you using simple equipment and ingredients you already have in your home: Tea Smoked Pork Chops. I made this for our monthly Crazy Ingredient Challenge post. Each month the bloggers in the… Continue reading Tea Smoked Pork Chops – Crazy Ingredient Challenge
April 19th is National Garlic Day. Another day another national food celebration. But this is garlic! The stinking rose. Definitely celebration worthy in my book. I use plenty of garlic in my day to day cooking and could have compiled a much longer list for you of great garlic recipes. Instead a culled it down… Continue reading 12 Glorious Garlic Recipes for National Garlic Day
If you are looking for an easy and simply delicious recipe for your kids to bake for lunch or even dinner, I have a fun one for you today: Pepperoni Rolls. I first heard about these on an episode of Barnwood Builders on DIY Network. They proclaimed them a West Virginia staple. So I asked the only… Continue reading Kids Can Bake: Pepperoni Rolls
Easter is nearly here and that means it is time to start thinking about your menu. The Easter weekend gives us plenty of opportunities for feasting whether it’s appetizers before the big Easter Sunday meal or family brunches during the weekend. Several bloggers have gotten together to bring you our Favorite Easter Recipes. From delicious… Continue reading 24 Favorite Easter Recipes Round Up
In case you still need some good luck this year, may I suggest making some Crepes on February 2 with a piece of gold in hand for La Chandeleur, aka Crepe Day, aka Candlemas. February 2nd is a celebration of the presentation of the child Jesus in the Christian faith. It is celebrated differently in… Continue reading Crepes for La Chandeleur (Crepe Day)
Asian Steamed Pork Buns - fluffy dough stuffed with flavorful pork and mushrooms with optional sausage and eggs. So easy to make!
Cajun Gumbo. Simple Cajun stew with chicken and or shrimp and okra in a thick gravy like base. Paul Prudhomme's browned flour roux substitute.
Happy National Coffee Day, America!!! Caff-eine Caff-eine Caff-eine YEAH! Perhaps I might have had a little too much before writing this post. But it was only one cup... I am a coffee drinker. Home brewed usually, or at a local coffee shop with friends (I'm too cheap for THE coffee place). Usually just one cup in the… Continue reading Red Eye Gravy plus other Coffee Recipes (and Tasty Tuesdays Link Up Party)