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
I’m a big fan of Chicken Curry – especially Thai Curry. I first fell in love with it at a little place in the Birmingham area called Thai Gardens. When Tall & Handsome’s work carried us out of state for a few years we were fortunate to find Thai restaurants that served my favorite wherever
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
May was a super busy month in our house. It’s like Spring blew up and all of a sudden it’s Summer and there is exponentially more to do. We just had a wonderful visit from our “adopted” son and I think we all were worn out by trying to pack as much into the visit
I like cabbage…no, really I do, even though I know it’s suppose to be good for you. And, I like stuffed cabbage rolls. But, what I don’t like is trying to make stuffed cabbage rolls. For me it’s a tedious job that’s about as much fun as a root canal without anesthetic. So, a recipe
Today’s recipe is another recipe that’s a blast from the past. I was going through my burgeoning collection of recipes and cookbooks and rediscovered this one. I knew it would be one Tall & Handsome would enjoy. Of course, it’s a recipe I dabbled with some to give it a little more flavor…I just can’t
Do you like stuffed cabbage? If the answer is yes, but you hate the time consuming effort it takes to stuff and roll individual cabbage leaves, then this is a recipe for you! I love stuffed cabbage. I guess I happen to be one of those individuals who really appreciates what cabbage has to offer.