This is a fabulous brown sugar, horseradish glaze for grilled ham steak. Great for breakfast or a quick and easy dinner.
Archives for May 2012
Chimichurri Sauce and Flank Steak make for a simple and delicious Summer Meal
Chile Cheese Cake, a great Southwestern appetizer recipe. It’s prepared in a spring form pan like a cheese cake, it looks like a cheese cake, but loaded up with southwestern ingredients, this appetizer served with tortilla chips is a unique and wonderful crowd pleasing recipe.
Luscious, lemony and lively, Lemon Zucchini Bread with Lemon Glaze = LOVE.
Made with a Boulder Beer Planet Porter, a beer whose flavors reminds one of a good quality strong coffee mixed with a bite of dark berry serves as a great platform for a robust bowl of stew. A long simmer in this flavorful broth, chunky vegetables, buffalo top round steak, all infused with lots of
This South of the Border cocktail, with it’s “usual suspect” lineup of fresh and spicy Southwestern ingredients, results in an intoxicating dish. It’s similar to ceviche, however, the seafood is cooked, not brined. We loved it, and it’ll have a permanent spot in my recipe database.
Cherry BBQ sauce. Hubs couldn’t quit talking about it. A wonderful twist on traditional BBQ Sauce. It’s complicated in flavor. Savouring each bite, the palate sorts through a myriad of flavors as you start thinking about everything in sight that you could possibly drizzle this on. Tart, sweet, sticky AND savory, it would be a
Colorful with pink grapefruit, orange orange and green kiwi, you just feel good eating it. The dressing is a cousin to a Catalina and a perfect match for the fruit and the peppery greens.
Just a short intermission from recipes and cooking. After all, the way I cook (and eat) exercise is something that can’t be skipped. We’ve been enjoying perfect Spring weather here in the Rockies, which recently found us on a 2.5 mile hike close to home. Roxborough State Park is just a few miles Southwest of
Chicken and Broccoli, beef and broccoli, shrimp and broccoli, seems a natural combination for stir fry recipes. Sherry and Sesame Oil are the secrets to this no-fail asian classic. When I try to use common sense and hit the refrigerator door hauling out soy sauce, sesame oil, hoisin, etc., I’m just not intuitively coming up