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.
Two things you might want to know about today’s recipe: This recipe is a “oldie goldie”. As a matter of fact, I almost posted it yesterday as a “Throwback Thursday” recipe. So, remove Thursday and just considered it “throwback”. We had severe thunderstorms yesterday and I have an aging Mini Schnauzer who has decided to
Recently I was asked a question about today’s recipe. I previously had adapted it from a recipe I had seen somewhere else. My original adaption didn’t quite reflect all the changes I made, so I thought I do an update and breakdown. We like a lot of garlic in this house, so, usually more is
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
Tall & Handsome and I are fortunate a lot of our favorite foods are healthy. We’re always looking for new ways to add tasty, healthy foods to our diet, or take some of our favorite foods and improve the health factor. We like variety – it staves off boredom, so we throw in those new
This recipe is one of Tall & Handsome’s new favorite side dishes. Lately we’ve been trying to opt for more healthy choices for sides keeping in mind some recent health issues. The goal has been to add more veggies, fruits and brown rice in place of white. I’m proud to say it seems to be
Today we’re tackling a side dish that is sure to please. I bet you read two words and thought, “Nope, I can’t eat that. Not for me!” Those words are: creamy and jalapeno. Creamy you’re thinking equals major health crisis and jalapeno equals five alarm fire. Well, let me offer a little assurance here. First,