A salad that screams Spring.
Archives for February 2010
So tell me, are you a dipper or a smasher? It seems there’s been a small revival of Dippy Eggs, and my friend Vickie in Montana is responsible. She recently went to California to stay with her Grandson for a week and posted a great piece about their daily breakfast, Mad Dippy Eggs. You can take a look
You want to know how easy this recipe is? It’s such an easy fix that you can prepare this at an altitude of 10,000 feet at a rustic Colorado campsite, after having three glasses of high alcohol content red wine, on an empty stomach…nuff said. Of course I must admit I did some pre-prep at a home altitude of 5,280
Did I ever tell you that we have a son who lives in Tucson that’s a trained Chef??? That’s right, about 20 years ago we loaded him up on Amtrak and sent him West to Portland, Oregon to Culinary School! Even though he’s not currently using his skills in the restaurant arena, he loves to cook and you can
Pungent, earthy, cleverly spiced, complex, and just full of unexpected little delights, this soup will not disappoint. Give this Mexican Meatball Soup a try. It’s hearty and broth all at the same time.
Pork tenderloin, pounded, drenched in buttermilk, dredged in panko crumbs. Makes a great pork tenderloin slider sandwich.
Our Valentines Day, by choice. was very low-key. Quiet and relaxing. I can give or take the pomp and circumstance and am also perfectly happy just to go out for a good burger as long as I’m with Bob This year I was going to make steak and shrimp, but that Chipolte Buffalo Chili from
Bison Chili with lime crema, flavored with chipotle and lime flavored sour cream. A delicious riff on a traditional dish.
This was the first place winner at a Denver Chili competition.
As promised, I’m posting the recipe for the salad our friend Teri brought to our Super Bowl Party. Wanting to contribute a Louisiana-themed salad she turned to our friend Google and came up with this tasty recipe from the Palace Cafe in New Orleans, Louisiana Sunburst Salad.
The first part of this week was spent enjoying leftovers from my Super Bowl party. Man was that jambalaya good. Thursday demanded that I try to use some things lingering in the fridge. I found this recipe over at Foodandwine.com. I had everything on hand. Don’t you love it when that happens? With a chicken breast in the freezer, feta cheese