I originally saw a warm mushroom salad on Chucks Day Off (Chuck Hughes) and it looked soooo good. I’ve made it quite a few times since then and it tastes great every time. And there are so many mushrooms you
Both the Hubby and I love focaccia and one of our favorite varieties is jalapeno cheddar focaccia. Unfortunately, due to my lactose intolerance, I can’t have any made instore. I was watching a cooking show yesterday and was inspired to
There is a Korean restaurant right across the street from us and they make the most spectacular kimchi. I was inspired to make it, but it wasn’t even close to the style the restaurant makes. I wanted a “saucy and
I wanted to make some scalloped potatoes, old school style, but of course, kicked up a notch. I looked up Julia Child’s recipe, but it looked to be a bit of fuss to make and ended up settling on scalloped
I find nuts and bolts a great treat to have out on the table as the sweets come out in force at Christmas, and after your umpteenth Christmas function, most people have reached their sugar limit. I have to admit
I love deviled eggs… actually it may be more of an addiction. Somewhere on the level of my love of chicken wings. I’ve had a few varieties of deviled eggs, but I like the classic style best. Feel free to
I love au gratin potatoes, but with a lactose intolerance I can’t take the easy way out and buy the boxed version. Which I fully admit is a guilty pleasure, or rather, was. These au gratin potatoes are cheesy, saucy,
I consider myself a decent cook, but I have never mastered cooking rice (with the exception of paella). Either burnt, gloppy, uncooked, and bizarre combinations of all three. But I recently took a gamble and tried microwaving my coconut rice.