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:
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
We eat our fair share of chicken, lean pork, lean ground beef and meatless meals. But, every once in a while we like to sink our teeth into something a little more “meaty”. This recipe fits that bill. With the right recipe, lean uncooked beef tips can be turned into a lot of great dishes
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
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.
As you’ve probably figured out we love ethnic food in the Burch house – especially Mexican and Tex – Mex food. That has a lot to do with the fact I’m married to a native New Mexican. And, if it has green chilies more the better as far as Tall & Handsome is concerned. The
Unofficially summer begins this weekend. We’re a day behind everyone else because our weekend is Sunday and Monday – every week. This weekend is Memorial Day weekend. For many folks this weekend begins the grilling season, but as you well know, Tall & Handsome grills year round. Yes, as the song say, “winter, spring, summer