Even though we’ve had Spring weather for about the past two weeks, much of the time the wind has been howling, gusting, tossing patio furniture about the yard and in general just being pesky enough that grilling hasn’t seemed a fun option.
In a fry pan and In olive oil (I used basil flavored oil) Saute’ par-boiled cubed potatoes until starting to brown Add wedges of yellow and green bell pepper Add broken up pieces of Italian Sausage Flavor with a couple of good pinches of Italian Seasoning (I used a Tuscan blend that contains flakes of
We’ve been doing a little “branding” here on The Ranch. As you can see, I’ve got a whole new look and feel. I’ll certainly miss my bright vivid orange and green Mango leaf design, but let’s face it, I’m not sitting around on a beach overlooking the ocean in Hawaii sucking down umbrella’d cocktails while
For St. Patrick’s Day, I threw a corned beef tri-tip roast in the crock pot along with some potatoes, onions, and cabbage and we enjoyed a traditional Irish holiday dinner. Sunday morning we turned the leftovers into this unique corned beef breakfast sandwich. A corned beef sandwich dressed up with a fried egg and
“Call up a couple of friends that share your love of wine and invite them over. Tell them that you have been waiting to open these bottles and that you couldn’t think of anyone that you’d rather share them with. Fine wine, like life, is meant to be enjoyed.” Loosely quoted from Matt Kramer,
A shot at our booth, a lunch outing at Patsy’s Inn, the oldest Italian Restaurant in Denver. My husband is a Denver native and grew up in what we affectionately call “the old country” and officially known as the “Little Italy“. In recent years, the area has undergone a renovation and now is part
This is what one would officially refer to as “hauling out the big guns”. I’m sharing my award winning Chili Recipe. About five years ago, I won 2nd Place with my chili recipe in a Douglas County Chili Cook-off down in Castle Rock. I had to come up with a name for it when