Spring Is Here! Spring has sprung, the flowers are still hidden under the snow, and winter boots are still a thing but, the weather will change soon. I must say when Monday comes around, I no longer dread it. The weekend may be over but my week isn't too bad. It is my longest day … Continue reading Manic Monday! Hello Spring & 1 Pot Risotto.
Chicken Pot Pies were something we had when I was a child and we didn't plan a dinner. A comfort meal thats hearty, homey, and fills up the tummy is what I associated them with. I would scrape the insides out, eat the veggies first then the chicken and finally the crust. I simply destroyed the meal. … Continue reading Tasty Tuesday: Chicken Pot Pie Bake
The London Cookbook by Aleksandra Crapanzano This book is the adventures of the author Aleksandra Crapanzano in London.In search of tahini cookies, she ended up with a fantastic book filled with delicious recipes. It has so many dishes from the top restaurants, cafes, and hole in the walls. I couldn't wait to try some of these! … Continue reading Where in London?
I love carrots! Especially the rainbow ones. I know there isn't much of a difference, if there even is one besides the colors. But they are so much brighter! This was a perfect dish for today. The recipe I used is from Recipe Critic. Ingredients ¼ cup butter 2 cloves garlic, minced 2lb bag … Continue reading Brown Butter Carrots.
There are endless leftovers during thanksgiving. I know for our friends giving last year we sent each person home with enough for 2 meals. It is better to have too much instead of not enough. I am going to try to make a pizza with my leftovers this year. Until then, here are 100 different … Continue reading Leftovers.
It's officially shotgun season, and of course this is when I look for recipies in case Ricky gets a deer. We still had a bit of ground venison left, so yesterday I used some up to clear room. Hopefully that gives him some good luck. I don't really care for this chili but if mixed … Continue reading CowBoy Deer Chili.
It's almost time to bring out the fancy dishes, and the fabric tablecloths. A time when you can express all day how thankful you are for everything in your life. Then a few hours later, go crazy to buy things you don't need. Yes, I am a black Friday shopper, proud of it. I really do … Continue reading Thanksgiving Week.
Welcome to the last day of Soup Week. Here is the last soup: Veggie and Noodle Soup. Ingredients 2 1/2 Tbsp olive oil 4 cloves garlic, minced 3 (14.5 oz) cans chicken broth or vegetable broth 2 cans diced tomatoes (undrained) 1 box of noodles. I used these little ones. I think elbow would be … Continue reading Soup Week Day 7 : Veggie & Noodle Soup
Welcome to day 5 of Soup Week: Summer Stew. I know it's November and there is no reason to even mention Summer. But, this soup does not have to be made only in the summer. It's just a lighter soup. I found this recipe on Better Homes & Gardens Summer Stew Ingredients 17 ounce package … Continue reading Day 5 of Soup Week : Summer Stew. Yes, Summer.
Welcome to Soup Week day 2. Today is a good one, if your into cabbage. Cabbage Soup. Fun Fact: I do not like cabbage, or sauerkraut. I can handle a little on a ruben if I can't scrape it off, but no thank you. Yet again this was a soup make for my family. They … Continue reading Day 2 of Soup Week: Cabbage Soup.