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February 16th, 2010

Corned Beef Recipe’s: Crock Pot Corned Beef And Cabbage Recipe

One of my most favorite meals growing up was corned beef and cabbage. I still remember my mom standing over a hot stove all day whenever she made it…and often thought better her than me! With the crock pot, though, you can put everything in it and walk away for a hours!
This simple and delicious recipe is melt-in-your-mouth tender when it’s done, and only takes a short time to prepare.
An added bonus is there is virtually no clean up!
Give this one a try soon if you enjoy corned beef and cabbage!

Crock Pot Corned Beef And Cabbage Recipe

October 13th, 2009

Linguini with Sausage and Peppers

If you enjoy Italian food, you might like like this quick and easy version of peppers and sausage. In less than an hour, you can have a sauce that tastes and smells like it has been cooking all day. It’s wonderful over any pasta and easily adjustable to suit your taste. Give it a try!
Linguini with Sausage and Peppers Recipe

September 2nd, 2009

Mild Taco Seasoning Mix

Taco’s….sometimes I think my family believes them to be the *perfect food * and we used to use a lot of those pre-packaged mixes. One day I remembered that pre-made mixes weren’t always around and decided to search for my recipe from the 70’s. The only change I made was in the salt…kosher or sea salt seems to have so much more flavor! Give this a try, if you like it, just increase the amounts to double or triple the recipe and keep it on hand.
Mild Taco Seasoning Recipe

August 29th, 2009

Basic Asian Rub

If you’re looking to replicate that delicate, distinct taste you find in Asian restaurant food, or just in the mood to try something different, the recipe below is a must try! It’s a simple rub that will enhance any Asian meal, and has far more flavor than the pre-packaged mixes and rubs. Simply store with other spices once it’s made.
Basic Asian Rub Recipe

August 8th, 2009

Pico de Gallo

Pico de Gallo is a Mexican dip that is primarily made of fresh tomatoes, onions, and chili peppers. At our house, we always have a jar of freshly made Pico de Gallo in our fridge. We eat it on everything: from our eggs at breakfast to cheesy quesidillas to use with our BBQ burgers or steaks. We love it. The good news is that it’s quick and easy to make and stays well in the fridge!

pico de gallo

Pico de Gallo

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July 19th, 2009

15 Minute Burrito

Pressed for time to cook dinner? The recipe below is not only fast, it’s adaptable to any picky eater…from the “I don’t like spicy” folks to the “hotter the better” crowd. These burrito’s can be as bland as cardboard or set your tongue on fire, and they only take about 15 minutes to make.


15 Minute Burrito

It’s simple if you keep a few every day ingredients on hand, like Tabasco or some other hot sauce. I keep a separate container for package mixes, such as spaghetti, taco, chili, etc., just in case I happen to be out of the spice I need the most on a particular day.

Recipe for 15 Minute Burrito

June 28th, 2009

Shrimp Enchiladas

Our family eats a lot of mexican food and sometimes I like to try to branch out a wee bit with new and different recipes. This Shrimp Enchilada recipe did not disappoint!

Shrimp Enchiladas

Shrimp Enchiladas

These enchiladas are really delicious. They are cheesy and creamy with a subtle kick! Serve them with a fresh green salad and ice tea!

Recipe for Shrimp Enchiladas

June 7th, 2009

Wonton Chicken Salad

Try this wonderful Wonton Chicken Salad this summer. It’s a really light summer recipe that goes together pretty easy. I make it whenever the girls come over for our monthly bookclub and it’s always a hit.

Won Ton Chicken Salad

Wonton Chicken Salad

Serve this yummy asian salad with fresh fruit on the side, a tall glass of iced sweet tea, and a big fluffy dinner roll.

Recipe for Wonton Chicken Salad

June 6th, 2009

Veggie Stir Fry

As a veggie lover, nothing beats a light and simple stir-fry. Especially when the hot summer months come, where it’s too darn hot to even turn on the BBQ. You can’t go wrong with a single pan, lots of fresh veggies and about 20 minutes to make a delicious dish.

Veggie Stir Fry 1

Veggie Stir Fry

This recipe and it’s ingredients can certainly be altered to your own taste buds preference. As an example, leave off the snow peas and add shredded beats. Yummy.

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June 6th, 2009

Lamb Kabobs

It’s grilling time again, which usually means the standard hot dogs, hamburger and chicken fare. However, if you’re looking for something different, try these delicious lamb kabobs…the hardest part is waiting on them to marinate!

lamb kabobs

Lamb Kabobs

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