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.
When a family dinner rolls (maybe a wee bit of pun intended) around, where the main meat is turkey, it’s mandatory to have dinner buns. Dinner buns are the basis for midnight turkey sandwiches! And for those of you who
This past weekend, Saturday was a cool summer day, full of rain. When the weather is gloomy, I always get in the mood for a roast. Besides a tender roast beef, I love cooking lamb. Lamb and beans is not
When we were in Hawaii (Big Island), we made a very lucky discovery of a small restaurant called the Rebel Kitchen. It was some of the best food on the Island, and we ate there a couple times. The first