A summer twist to bring a bright refreshing taste to a herb goat cheese and fresh basil from the garden and balsamic reduction drizzle. The fresh melon really sweetens up the combo and I serve as a single bite. Be creative and serve larger as a sharable watermelon steak. Happy Summer!
Fresh summer side- or stuff a half for a light meal. A lighter alternative to the bread version. Makes a fabulous side or appetizer- fast and simple. Salad- Sweet Heirloom cherry tomatoes -halved Soft mozzarella cheese in small cubes or the small ball version. Fresh ribbon cut sweet basil Olive oil Balsamic vinegar reduction Fresh… Continue reading Caprese salad stuffed avocado
I have an all new respect for camping, cooking and filling the grumbling stomachs of hard working ranch hands after a day on the trails. Just having lived a 8 full days in the Bob Marshal Wilderness on horse back you gain a new respect for food, clean water and a good mattress pad. Memories… Continue reading “Dinner-Come and Get it!”
So easy and so delicious. An easy fast replacement for french toast that pleases many. 6 eggs 1/4 cup cream or milk Tsp vanilla 2 tsp cinnamon 1/2 loaf bread slices. French or white best. 1 banana diced 1/4 cup chopped pecans - optional 1 Tbs brown sugar for top Preheat oven to 375 degrees… Continue reading Sunday Morning Banana nut bread pudding.
Working with the wonderful grass fed beef from Sinking Creek Beef Company... I thought skirt steak... fajitas!! Yum Skirt steak is really lean and can be tough if overcooked. So don't leave it on the grille- it cooks fast. Marinade 1/3cup olive oil 2 tsp chopped/ minced garlic 1 tsp chili powder 2 tsp cumin… Continue reading Skirt Steak Fajitas – get the grille out.
Growing up steak was a weekly item that always tasted so amazing. Mom wouldcook them up in a cast iron with butter garlic and mushrooms. Over time I just couldn't get steak to ever have that amazing flavor until I discovered grass fed. They are so tender, and juicey you can cut with a fork. … Continue reading Celebration with Steaks!
Mom would make big pots of spaghetti and meatballs to fill us farm kids up. She dump it in a huge bowl on the table and we would get our fill of big meatloafy meatballs and cheese from a green shake can. Years later I added the chicken for a alternative to beef. This meal… Continue reading Chicken Parmesan -my kids favorite…my easy go to meal.