Classic chicken soup with a little surprise. Add some chunks of sweet potato for a change.
Archives for January 2012
This week Google will be inundated with recipe searches for every kind of snack food imaginable, dips, salsas, wings, sliders…all of those delicious foods that will fill our party tables and define watching the Superbowl. Pin246 Yum Stumble4 Tweet Share1 +1Shares 251
Creamy Great Northern Beans, smoky salty chunks of ham, sweet and spicy corn bread and you’ve got a winning comfort food combination. Pin Yum Stumble4 Tweet Share1 +1Shares 5
Spicy paella. How can you go wrong with andouille sausage, shrimp, hot chiles, cumin, cilantro and lime….and that’s only a partial line up.
Savory, buttery and Parmesan-y these really are wonderful. Serve them with some salty olives and and a good red wine, a spot on combo. You can also substitute rosemary for the sage. Some of the Wine Time carrying-on-ers and Z I made them this last week for our January Wine Time gathering and everyone
“You can pickle a beet, but you can’t beat a pickle” My Aunt used to say that all the time. We’re well into week two of “eat the freezer”. I’ve vowed to use up the stock pile of food that has congregated on every possible shelf in my kitchen exercising minimal trips to grocery
Mahi Mahi in Mustard Tarragon Sauce. So easy there’s no Recipe Required.
It seems our refrigerator, freezer and pantry have banded together over the past couple of months and become an unruly o-u-t of control trio . To combat them, I’ve declared “eat the freezer” week. I banned myself from visiting any store that sold any type of groceries and vowed to prepare meals morning, noon
That’s a handsome male Yellow-bellied Sapsucker. A great photo taken by our friend, and fellow birdwatcher, Glenn Walbek. Pin Yum Stumble Tweet Share +1Shares 0