Growing up we were a meat and potatoes kind of family so when I was asked to review Nasoya tofu I was a little bit hesitant. I thought tofu was for river lickers and bark eaters. You know, earthy crunchy people. But then I saw an episode of Trisha Yearwood’s home cooking show and she […]
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I am blowing up the kitchen with zucchini recipes. I whipped up this zucchini sauté in just a matter of minutes and it was delicious. Great as a side dish or to eat alone as a light dinner.
So much zucchini and so little time. I have so much zucchini that I have to keep coming up with different ways to serve it. I concocted this zucchini boat recipe and it was a huge hit with my dinner guests. Of course, I topped it with bacon and who doesn’t like anything topped with […]
Once again I have more Roma tomatoes then I know what to do with. What came to my mind? Chocolate. Chocolate always comes to my mind. I digress. Mmmmm……chocolate. Anyhow, salsa came to my husbands mind so I made up this easy and fresh tomato salsa recipe then grabbed a Hershey’s bar. Life is so […]
I like things hot and spicy and I’m not just talking about my chicken wings. I bet you didn’t think I was talking about pasta salad either. Well, I was! My Buffalo Chicken Pasta Salad Recipe is perfect for a summer cookout or a 4th of July party. Try it, you’ll like it.
My sausage stuffing for Turkey is made with store-bought cornbread and Grands biscuits. The blend of the two breads along with spices and sage sausage make this absolutely perfect. I could sit at the dinner table and eat a whole plate of it. I made this ahead of time and froze it so all I […]
My husband loves to sit and watch a football game with crackers, pepperoni, and cheese. He also loves spaghetti salad so I figured why not combine the two? Poof, a new addition to my tailgating/game day recipes. Spaghetti salad with pepperoni and pepper jack cheese is a perfect combination. The longer it sits the better […]
There is nothing like fresh locally grown vegetables but you just can’t get them in the winter time. Canning them is the next best thing. Since it is a little late in the season I picked up half a bushel of green beans dirt cheap and spent my Saturday canning. Now in the winter I […]
It’s football season! This spaghetti salad will become one of your go to easy tailgating recipes. It’s simple, inexpensive, and can be thrown in the cooler. Best of all there are no ingredients that will spoil while you spend a couple of hours partying and cheering on your team. Take this to your next tailgating […]
Are you ready for some football? Whether you are looking for easy football food recipes or an easy tailgating recipe this is a winner! Here in Maryland Old Bay is a staple in our kitchen and chicken wings are a must during a game. These wings are a football snack hit, especially with my blue […]