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.
Let’s set the stage for this. In your mind play a good Texas two step. Better yet, put on the Gatlin Brothers, The Lady Takes the Cowboy Every time. Now, you have the perfect setting for today’s recipe – and if a recipe could taste like a song, that’s the song I’d pick for today’s
I have to say this recipe has been one of my most pinned and repinned recipes on Pinterest. Before I started self-hosting my blog at my old location I counted the recipe had been pinned over 1,000 times. While this may seem like a re-blog, it’s not. Years ago I studied Chinese cooking at UAB
I don’t know if you’ve noticed a theme going on here lately, but I’ll give you a clue – slow cooker! I explained a few posts back Tall & Handsome and I have had a rough few months dealing with the crude that has run rampant through the family. It’s like a tick – it
It just seems like a few nights ago Tall & Handsome and I were ushering in 2016, yet here it is almost February! We have a southwestern New Year’s tradition in our house and welcome the New Year with a pot of Posole. But, like many of you, I do like my black-eyed peas and
Today I want to challenge you to try something you might not ordinarily try. And, that would be adding fruit to an otherwise savory dish or a food you would think of as fruitless. Let me tell you, fruit can add depth and unbelievable flavor to a dish that is out of this world. A
I apologize because it’s been way too long since I’ve been able to post something. The spring and summer of 2014 have been ultra crazy. I’ve been very sick, was in an auto accident that totaled my vehicle, my 82 year daddy’s been sick and my 81 year old mom’s not been doing well either.