Wildcard Wednesday: Lemon Butter Garlic Chicken.

After years of receiving Better Homes & Gardens I had a long list of recipes, tips and ideas to try. I started with this Lemon Butter Chicken, but I added garlic into the mix and didn't bother with flour and pounding. Too much work. It's easy to make & yummy to eat. Lemons remind me of … Continue reading Wildcard Wednesday: Lemon Butter Garlic Chicken.

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Manic Monday: Giada’s Farro.

I had been watching Giada on the Food Network and she made farro with cheese.  I would have NEVER tried this recipe if I had not watched her make it. I had never tried farro, saw it in the store, or even heard of it.  I would have assumed it was along the line something  like … Continue reading Manic Monday: Giada’s Farro.

Sunday Special: Buffalo Ring.

Part 2 of this rings & things. Also based on a recipe from Pillsbury but changed a bit, is a Buffalo Chicken Crescent Ring. It's a fast and easy way to get supper on the table. Plus its spicy and delicious. You'll need two cans of crescent rolls. I cheated and grabbed a can of Chick … Continue reading Sunday Special: Buffalo Ring.

Sunday Special. Rings & Things.

Hi stranger. Long time no chat. Lets jump back into some grub & stuff. Today's special is a double feature. Crescent rolls are so easy to incorporate into a meal. Its a side, its a main dish, you can stuff it, flatten it, roll it up. The buttery taste and fluffy texture really hits home. … Continue reading Sunday Special. Rings & Things.

Skinny? Not so much. Delicious? Of Course!

No I will admit it, I am no size 2, or 4, or 6. But if i can eat something that looks good, taste good, and is easy as heck to cook, I am going to do just that, when is healthy is a great bonus. There are many meals that I have made that … Continue reading Skinny? Not so much. Delicious? Of Course!

When In France.

I couldn't put down this cookbook. "To build the living room before the kitchen of the house would be ruin." - Count of Neufchateau French Country Cooking by Mimi Thorisoon is fantastic. Its a thick, and by thick I mean I almost lost a limb when I picked it up. It's 336 pages of photos, … Continue reading When In France.

Lassen Sie uns backen!

What does an American living in Germany do? Learn to bake like a true German. This baking book is incredible. Really. Not only is there a pronunciation guide in the back of book, so you know what the heck it is your reading, but a guide for the measurements.  I have googled, mL to oz … Continue reading Lassen Sie uns backen!