NOT HIGH ON MY LIST OF THINGS TO DO IS PEELING A BUTTERNUT SQUASH. BUT ONCE YOU’RE DONE WITH THE LABORIOUS TASK OF PEELING, SEEDING AND HACKING AWAY AT THAT UNCOOKED GOURD, THIS BEAUTIFULLY FLAVORED SOUP IS YOUR REWARD. This is hands down the best butternut squash soup recipe that we’ve ever had. EVER. My
Pork sausage and plums are glazed with a combination of Sandhill plum and orange juice and grilled. Served alongside country fried potatoes topped with a sunny side up egg and you got a delicious and quick breakfast.
Quail eggs, dainty and beautiful with speckles, are one of those ingredients that I wish I had on hand more often. About the size of a walnut, they can add an accent to a dish without overwhelming it, and they have a subtler taste than chicken eggs. Great for appetizers.
This recipe comes from Sid’s Sea Palm Cooking Blog. While browsing Sid’s recipes, one thing I quickly learned is that Sid loves to share good food with friends. Hosting a monthly Tapas night and once a month attending a boat club pot luck gathering, it becomes evident that the saying “enough food to feed an army”
Top Dogs from around our country. No doubt about it, American’s love their Hot Dogs.
Remember my little baking adventure? The one where I made Jalapeno, cheddar, chive biscuits while following along with Joy the Baker Cookbook challenge? My floured-up kitchen mess and the time it took to restore it back to it’s pristine condition is quite clear in my memory. Anyway, that recipe made quite a large batch, so
One Pan Italian Sausage Meal. So easy you don’t need a recipe, Italian Sausage with Potato and Bell Pepper, all fried together for a wonderful quick dinner.
Sprinkling flour over the meat mixture turns this soup into a creamier and thicker broth. Toss in a a bay leaf and a sprig of rosemary makes this a savory delight.