on August 20th, 2012
No mayonnaise in this potato salad.
What would a picnic be without some type of potato salad. It’s a given we will probably have some ants, flies, and a few mosquitoes; and I’m just as sure that there will be someone bringing potato salad. I mean, who doesn’t like the creamy stuff and this would would be great for a Labor Day cookout.
I’m sure everyone has had their favorite potato salad recipe that they have prepared for years. Seems like you never go to a backyard bbq that there does appear at least 2 varieties of potato salad […]
on July 3rd, 2012
Corn for the 4th of July
A squirt of lime makes this even more delicious.
What is it a backyard bbq without some type of corn. Whether it is corn on the cob, corn relish, corn casserole, corn fritters, or corn and black bean salsa…. I could go on and on about the many uses of corn.
Don’t you just love the summer months where so much of your time is spent outside either tending your flowers, gardens or getting ready for a party. I tend to go overboard in the amounts of food I prepare but what the […]
on June 25th, 2012
Bok, Bok, Bok, doesn’t that sounds like some kind of strange bird?
Ok, so it isn’t a bird. I don’t think I have ever eaten this vegetable until back in February when we had our annual dinner of golf husbands and their wives. Our golfers have come to call this “wife appreciation dinner” because we let them play so much golf. Not that they really need our permission to do so, but it’s always nice of them to take us to dinner.
(I’ve been saving a few recipes so while I’m having the knee surgery and the first couple of […]
on May 5th, 2012
Inspired by French cooking class to try this recipe.
My favorite part of France was walking around the markets that were in our neighborhood in Paris and also in the small towns we visited while in Provence.
It is hard for me to imagine (except I was there and saw it) what it would be like to shop daily for your food, to see just picked vegetables and know that they probably still have an earthy smell to them. One day we saw the most beautiful turnips (see picture below), they still had green stems attached and looked just […]