Ive started a new job-that has taken all my time the past two weeks so apologies Ive been MIA for some time. Boys have been living on take out. This was a yummy treat I threw together that really needs to be shared. I should call it "sorry mommas been busy" treat! So easy and… Continue reading Salted Caramel Pear and Green Apple Tart
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.
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!
Love Colored peppers but they are pricey! So when I find great deals with the seasons I load up and freeze! Peppers freeze so nice and ready for soups, stews, sauces and chopped ready to go.