Very seldom do I get excited about something and I never endorse products. Any advertisements placed on this blog are put here by WordPress so they can make a few bucks off my work. It’s rather irritating but I agreed to their terms and conditions when I started this blog. This is a food blog so I try to keep it focused on food. With this post, however, I am making the only exception to my unwritten rule.
Another tasty seafood dish for your enjoyment. This is probably my Dad’s favorite Mexican dish. It also is probably the best known Mexican seafood dish. Do you want to learn how to make it?
This is a wonderful salad, packed full of flavor. It is soooooooo good. Everyone loved it and commented how the cherries cut through the smokiness of the meat and balanced out the salad. The hazelnuts gave it a nutty flavor and nice textural crunch. This is a salad you will definitely like.
My, oh my…This is absolutely delicious. Want some?? You’ll have to make it yourself because we ate all of it. :) Continue reading Jalapeño Gravlax Cheesecake
Today we present to you a simple cajun dish, Cajun Seasoned Grouper Sous Vide topped with Crawfish & Shrimp Sauce. Might tasty dish that we all enjoyed. Looks good, too. :)
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 members of the family, Jack Earle (pronounced Early) Frost and Sam Elmo’s Fyre, born August 29, 2014. Sam is the one on top. They are Coton de Tulear- “the Royal Dog of Madagascar.” When they are fully grown they will be 12″ tall, 18″ long,15 lb bundles of long flowing white hair, mustache and beard. They do not shed, are hypoallergenic, easily trained (they use them as circus dogs) and have a wonderful disposition. They will come home with us around Halloween and everyone is very excited to have them home. Of course, there is a lot of work to do to make the house puppy proof and puppy ready. :o