This is a very tasty breakfast/brunch item that is off the beaten path just a touch. We had it for dinner and loved it. You will, too. :)
Not a food post but we’re proud to introduce our newest member of the family, Jack Earle (pronounced Early) Frost, born August 29, 2014. He is a Coton de Tulear- “the Royal Dog of Madagascar.” When he is fully grown he will be a 12″ tall, 18″ long,15 lb bundle of long flowing white hair, mustache and beard. They do not shed, are easily trained (they use them as circus dogs) and have a wonderful disposition. He will come home with us around Halloween and everyone is very excited to have him home.
This looks soooo tasty and it was. :) Your family and guests will really love this dish; so, give it a try. We did and loved it.
This is one of those delightfully refreshing desserts that is perfect for summertime. It’s also peach season. Doesn’t this look good??? It is. :) Continue reading
This is such a festive dish. It’s simple, inexpensive, very filling and darn tasty. How can you go wrong with this? You can’t.
This post has been a loooonnngggg time coming :o but better late than never. Part of the delay is that I’ve made this dish at least 4 different times but never got the plating shot I wanted. While still not quite what I wanted, this one will work. So, without any further ado, now let me tell you the story behind the dish. :) Continue reading
One of the things I really enjoy is grilling. There is something I just love about primal cooking over direct fire, even if it is the modern convenience of a gas grill. :o I love the outdoors, the fresh smell of nature and the joy of watching all the little critters that visit our little backyard. So, when we get the opportunity, we grill and dine on the porch under the arbor. Grilled tuna chalupas with crazy corn (Baby Lady’s name for Mexican Style Grilled Corn on the Cob (Elotes Asados)) and grilled green onions. Pretty nice spread, don’t you think?