Bragging Good Beef Enchiladas Bake

We don’t go long in this house without whipping up a good Mexican or Tex-Mex dish. When you marry a New Mexican, it’s kind of par for the course. But, I do have to admit we have an eclectic taste for good food – we like variety and ethnic food. Just a little Burch history:

Pierogi Style Baked Potatoes – A Fairy Tale

Once upon a time a boy and a girl discovered a rare delicacy called a pierogi. It was an uncommon food not typically found in their land known as The South. It was the boy who actually discovered this treasure at an exotic ritual called a “food tasting and sample event” at the local market.

Bev’s Family Meatloaf

Over the years I have noticed there are certain foods that men typically love. I’m not trying to be stereotypical, but it’s based on personal experience. Two that come swiftly to mind are Deviled Eggs and Meatloaf. My Tall and Handsome falls into the category “Meatloaf and Devil Eggs were here.” He acknowledges this statement

Nouveau Greek Pasta Salad

Since ancient times there has been what is known as the “Mediterranean triad” in Greek cooking. That triad is made up of wheat, olive oil and wine. This recipe makes use of two of those standards. Greek cuisine has about a 4,000 year tradition and Greeks were savvy enough to incorporate food elements from other

Apple Curry Roasted Chicken

At some point in time someone, somewhere decided it was genius to stick the south end of a chicken on a can of beer and then set the chicken with a highly flammable liquid over a burning fire. It was the birth of “beer can chicken”. I can’t give you a count of injuries sustained

Bacon and Asparagus Quiche

I learned several years ago real men do eat quiche. As a matter of fact, if it’s the right quiche, they find it down right appetizing. Today’s recipe combines one of my favorite ingredients (bacon) and one of T & H’s favorite foods – asparagus – to create Bacon and Asparagus Quiche. No wrong turns