I’ve been fiddling around with the idea of resurrecting my fondue pot this year. The one I received as a gift in the 70’s and have used 3 times. The promise of a great fondue party sounds so appealing. Friends gathered around bubbling pots of liquid things, served fireside, drizzling and dipping. But do we
Hatch green chile, bacon and lots of cheese come together for this Southwestern brunch or breakfast recipe. With just the right amount of chile heat, this is a crowd pleasing recipe.
Kansas Old Fashioned Green Beans. With bacon and a sweet and sour dressing, you can’t help but ask for 2nd’s.
It’s nearing 100 degrees in Denver this weekend, and even though Father’s Day is riddled with grilling recipe ideas, I’ve opted to hole up in my air-conditioned kitchen rather than sear myself on the back patio over a smoky hot grill. In other words, our little tree needs to grow taller to provide a little
Toasted hominy bacon and eggs. With shallot, garlic and thyme this is a perfect breakfast served with a fried or poached egg.
Fresh, crisp, and made special with Wild American Caught Shrimp, this is a healthy salad meal with a big dose of flavor from a Bacon Jam Vinaigrette.
Paralyzed by the thought of lowering an egg into water? Poaching a perfect egg is one of the joys of life and it’s not all that hard. Then enjoy this toast topped with smashed avocado, poached eggs and crispy bacon crumbles.
This post isn’t about Larry’s ribs or chicken wings (in the back ground), which were the best I’ve ever tasted…ever. This post is about the side dish that I served as for that BBQ meal. Potato Casserole with Bacon and Onion.
While reading this recipe, I said to myself right from the get-go “Use pork instead of steak”. But Better Homes and Gardens has been such a trustworthy resource over the years, I decided to stick to their recommendations. It was really pretty good. I love the idea of steak, love the idea of peach steak sauce, love the
After a full meal with many delicious offerings Bob and I enjoy a ritual of asking “what was the best thing on the plate?” 99% of the time we’ll agree that the potatoes, no matter how they were prepared, win the contest. This Sunday Brunch post mortem ended up with quite a different scenario. Our God