Simple dinner night that feels so decadent. This is a dinner that takes me to a fine brunch on the east coast with sweet tea and big hats! Easy grilled sandwich with a touch of sweetness. French bread Honey ham Smoked turkey Swiss cheese Mayonnaise Eggs Powdered sugar Warm jam (strawberry or raspberry) Build sandwich… Continue reading Monte Cristo Nite!
Whats better then left over tacos after an amazing taco dinner. Taco Pie! So Im so blessed with a dear friend that sent home amazing amounts of leftovers. MaryLou makes the best traditional tacos in all of Oregon! She sent me home with her amazing chicken filling, rice and beans plus much much more. So… Continue reading Leftover nite-Taco Pie
I cant take full credit for this one - but when you see kids cooking amazing filets in Master Chef Jr. - I got over my fear and got out the skillet. Starting with a good cut of meat-Im blessed to have access to Sinking Creek Grass Fed beef. Sinking Creek Beef Grass fed has… Continue reading Perfect Grass-fed Beef-Filet.
One thing I grew up with, going to florida so much as a child, was a love for seafood! Nothing like crableg feasts at the beach. And then the coquina soup with oyster crackers our PopPop would make after we caught hundreds of tini coquina on the ocean day outings. Once I moved to Oregon-… Continue reading Seafood Chowder – yum overload!
Yum nothing says warm comfort food to this Irish girl than lamb Shepards pie. With its flaky butter crust, warm brown gravy with rich cheesy mashers on top. When I was a kid my older sister has a boyfriend that introduced me to this home-cooked dish Scottish style with out the pie crust. He would… Continue reading Shepards Pie and Cottage Pie- company is coming!
Goodness in a bowl with white beans and roasted chicken. Keep mild for the light spice people or add a dash of tobasco to spice it up. Roasted chicken - deboned 1 red pepper sm yellow onion 1 crused chopped garlic glove three cans whitebeans 1 can white canolli beans 1 can fire roasted red… Continue reading Chicken Tortilla Soup
Growing up I thought I was the richest kid on earth with the meals Momma would whip up. We never had the fancy cereals or cookies posted on TV. She did everything from scratch... even when the options got slim. She could whip up a feast. She always called this end of month soup or… Continue reading Momma’s Potato Soup