I haven’t made a cheese ball in years! But when I saw Lisa’s creation over at Homesick Texan, I knew the hiatus was over and this had to be included somewhere in my Holiday Menus. I decided to make this part of my contribution for a Christmas Day Dinner at our friend’s Greg and Cauleen’s.
I hope this post finds everyone basking in the wonderful Holiday Season. I picture all of you enjoying the postmortem of the season; browsing through new cookbooks, playing with gifted electronics, fiddling with new kitchen gadgets, grazing on leftovers and most importantly, enjoying family. I know one thing for sure, I don’t remember feeling one
Bacon Wrapped Date Appetizer. Absolutely delicious and a “must order” at JaJa French Bistro Back in August, our California friends Nancy and Neal were coming to Denver for a few days before we all headed up to Grand Lake for a mountain get away vacation. Once I knew they were coming, I started
Curry Roasted Chicken, Adapted from Real Simple Magazine Preheat Oven to 400 Degrees. Rub curry powder all over 4 chicken legs, sprinkle with salt and pepper. In a skillet, sear chicken in hot oil until browned all over. Remove from skillet and saute halved new potatoes in oil just long enough to coat with flavor.
Are you a Hot and Sour or an Egg Drop person? Seems like that’s the only two soup selections offered in our Americanized Asian restaurants. I order Hot and Sour and quite frankly many times find myself on the receiving end of a heavy gelatinous bowl of brown soup. Other times in higher end establishments,
For the holiday, I smuggled a car load of groceries across the state line and cooked Thanksgiving dinner in Kansas for my family. We were there for five days and not once did I open my laptop nor grab my camera to snap a single photo. I regret not taking any photos, but please follow