on December 31st, 2009
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year little Veggie Chopper
‘Twas the night before New Years, when all through the house Not a utensil was stirring, not even a knife; The knives were hung by the stove with care, In hopes that my lady soon would be there; Everyone was nestled all snug in their beds, [...]
on December 27th, 2009
Beautiful little wonton with a spicy bite.
I never ate tuna any way other than out of a can until just a few years ago. When we were first married back in 1969 I think I was really into cooking or at least trying to learn to cook. I remember ordering a computerized menu plan [...]
on December 21st, 2009
Merry Christmas to anyone that ever asked for this recipe. Years ago this little recipe went by another name — ARKANSAS DIP. That name didn’t explain what it was. Maybe it just described where it came from. My sister gave me this recipe over 10 years ago, I kept it for a couple [...]
on December 16th, 2009
What is a parsnip anyway? And do you know what pork belly is???
Our second course in our “American Tasting Feast” menu after Thanksgiving.
According to “cookthink.com” — “A parsnip is a pale, homely and under-loved root vegetable that looks something like an anemic carrot. Parsnips have a slightly sweet flavor that peaks during the [...]
on December 14th, 2009
Another www.daringkitchen.com challenges and I’m pleased with the results.
The 2009 Daring Cooks challenge was hosted by Simone of Junglefrog Cooking. Simone chose Salmon en Croute (or alternative recipes for Beef Wellington or Vegetable en Croute) from Good Food Online.
I’m really getting into these challenges. This one is the “cook’s” challenge and they are [...]