2 bone in Canadian pork chops, at least 1 inch thick 2 cloves garlic Fresh thyme, rosemary Salt and black pepper to taste Heat cast iron fry pan to medium high and add a couple tablespoons of fat to the pan. I repeated the bacon drippings and duck fat because it was readily available and … Continue reading Easy any day Pork Chops
I 9" pie crust premade or recipe of choice 1 cup precooked ham, chopped 4 slices provolone cheese 1 cup cheese sauce (see recipe for Spicy Jack Queso) 1 small onion halved, sliced thin 1/2 green pepper sliced thin 3 garlic cloves sliced 1 celery stick, sliced thin egg wash 3 tbsp. grated Parmesan Cheese … Continue reading Ham and Cheese Galette
Sometimes Sunday dinner needs to be a simple affair. I’m usually down with the time consuming, meaningful moments, but this week I gave myself the weekend off, not just Sunday I included Saturday and Monday too. I made up my mind to spend time doing nothing, my life was screaming for a time out and … Continue reading No epic Sunday meal this week!
I’m not very good at following recipes, yet I’m always reading recipes for food inspiration; from time to time I actually Google a recipe with the intention of trying it out. Today was one of those days. The intention was there when I searched for lemon blueberry muffins. The first recipe at the top of … Continue reading A little Sunday Inspiration from Martha Stewart
At my house turkey is for more than holidays. Turkey is my husband’s favorite dinner and since he suffers my favorite - steak, much more frequently than I suffer his I try and make his turkey dinner special every time. The high point to turkey dinner is that without a doubt there will always be … Continue reading Turkey is for any Sunday!
I had a junk food craving this weekend and I didn’t really want to give into it. I looked around my kitchen and decided to indulge my love of cheese instead of my love for delivery apps on my phone. It was a hard sell, but I put my all into it and surprise surprise … Continue reading Grilled Cheese of my Dreams
Leftovers can be boring. Dry and boring so when I’m planning my week I always like to include a plan that reinvents the leftovers and makes them seem like a whole new meal. This week’s Sunday dinner is no exception. The Roast Aux Deux deserved to be reinvented as something amazing. I started by chopping … Continue reading Leftovers reimagined is the way to go!