Getting Ready for Thanksgiving 2016

If your house has been as hectic as ours this year you may not have time to do a lot of menu planning, shopping or cooking. Now, I can’t do the cooking or shopping for you, but I can help with the menu planning. I’ve decided to look back at some of our Thanksgivings and


It’s Tuscan Good Soup

This is my absolutely favorite time of the year. Seems like this is when we can bring out the good-for-you, hearty comfort foods. Usually when we get the first good cool chill of the season I make our first pot of Posole. The rest of the time we enjoy dining on soups, chowders and stews


Tex – Mex Bacon Meatloaf

Today’s recipe comes from a reader who has contributed a tasty recipe before. Joan’s recipe today is Tex – Mex Meatloaf. Does that sound great or what? Tex – Mex Bacon Meatloaf You will LOVE how this taste Texas and Mexico flavors in this meatloaf. When you are able to perfect a meatloaf recipe to


Knock-Your-Socks-Off Granola

The buzz words in eating nowadays are words like “clean eating”, “organic” and  plethora of other words that are suppose to convince us a particular way of eating is the best. I’ve always been of the school of thought that common sense, moderation, knowledge, education and avoiding junk science and fad eating will do right


Slow Cooker Shepherd’s Pie

For years Tall & Handsome has been extolling the wonders of Shepherd’s Pie. I on the other hand – not so much. I had never delved into the cuisine that conjured up visions of chopped up whatever, eaten while setting amidst a herd of sheep while dressed like a renegade shepherd from the town nativity.


Burch Hacienda Fantastico Rice

Rice feeds half of the world’s population and makes up about 20% of the world’s total calorie intake. It was originally cultivated in China and from there it spread through Asia and the Indian subcontinent to other parts of the globe. I will be eternally grateful for the migration of the wonderful grain to our