I hope by now that this post finds everyone stuffed and enjoying turkey sandwiches. On Thanksgiving day, we were invited over to our friends Greg and Cauleen’s house along with our friend Mike. Traditional turkey, mashed potatoes, dressing and gravy were on the table, but I wanted to share a couple of unique side dishes that found
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Old Fashioned Sunday Pot Roast. Surrounded by potatoes, carrots, onions and celery. This was on our table every Sunday when I was growing up. So many memories.
This old fashioned Taco Salad recipe is an easy weeknight fix. All you need is ground beef, chile beans, some Catalina dressing and Fritos.
Curry, an explosion of flavors and an easy weeknight fix.
Ever been to Santa Fe? Even though it’s just a hop skip and jump away from Denver, it’s been years since we’ve been. It’s a wonderful town bustling with lots of art and unique New Mexican cuisine. But wait a minute, just what makes New Mexico style food different from Tex-Mex or Mexican? This popular form
Is there anything better than a bowl of steaming hot Chicken Noodle Soup on a cold evening?
Coyote corn. So delicious the pack will be howling for more. Bold and earthy sundried tomatoes surprise themselves by complimenting the sweetness of the corn and pickles, the jalapenos bring the excitement.
I’m a Best of Food Blogs Cookbook contest winner! Foodista and Andrews McMeel Publishing are thrilled to announce the winners of The Foodista Best of Food Blogs Cookbook contest! From December 1, 2009 through February 28, 2010, food bloggers worldwide were invited to submit their favorite blog posts, recipes, and photos to compete for a spot in a