This is quick, delicious and somewhat healthy little soup. A spanish soup with chorizo and cabbage and packed full of flavor.
Archives for December 2009
How about a little bit of South of the Border Tapas? Chorizo sausage turns a deviled egg into an exciting and different appetizer.
I can’t believe I’m nearing my 100th post. To celebrate, I’ll be giving away one of my favorite cookbooks, Colorado Cache. The Junior League of Denver has been putting out some very popular and highly sought after cookbooks since 1978. The first being Colorado Cache. Proceeds from the sale of these cookbooks are all returned to our
This award winning fudge recipe has been in our family for as long as I can remember. I think it started out as my mom’s recipe and then perfected by my Aunt Lois. It’s an old fashioned fudge recipe and I have many fond memories of mom making this fudge and placing it in pretty
Potatoes cooked in banana leaves. Steamy and served with melted Ementhaler cheese and onions. A fabulous way to serve potatoes.
I’ve been meaning to post this for days now, but it appears I’ve become slammed! Not sure how it happened so quickly; slammed with work, slammed with entertaining my mom while she’s here; slammed with preparing for the holidays; throw in a few parties and my poor little blog has been swept into the corner.
There are a couple of directions I could go for a clever opening to this post using references to “orange”. First of all, it’s 5 degrees and snowing in Denver, so 1) I could reference dreaming of Florida sunshine and Sunkist oranges… 2) Yesterday the Broncos played Kansas City, c’mon orange you glad you cheered for the Orange and Blue since we beat the Chiefs
Pear, walnut, Maytag blue cheese salad with Cranberry Vinaigrette. A perfect salad for the holidays. A few weeks ago, we were invited to our friends Tom and Kathy’s house for a dinner party. This is the scene of last Summer’s “Burb’s BBQ”, a blog post that you can review by clicking HERE. You really should