I roasted a chicken for dinner tonight. I needed a side dish, and after mulling over a few options I decided to make risotto, and use Gruyere cheese that I happened to have in the fridge, and caramelized onions that I happened to have in […]
Month: February 2016
My summer herb pot really produced last summer. One of the things I did with the herbs was make compound butter (on the blog, here)
Sear the chops 2-3 minutes on each side, then place in a 450 Fahrenheit oven for 5-6 minutes. Look at those grill marks along with the sizzling steam.
The kitchen hasn’t had a lot of activity late. Because of some health issues I’m on a very restricted diet. That makes trying and making new recipes a bit of a challenge, although I have done some. I broke up with the restrictions some yesterday, […]
It sounded like a winner. Pork tenderloin, bacon, sage…
I grew up in the Pacific Northwest. When I married, we moved to Northeast Missouri. And that was my introduction to Old Settlers Days. It seems like all the small towns had them, celebrating the people who had settled their community. I assume this baked […]
I had this recipe bookmarked for a long time. So long that the recipe writer had a completely new web site! In case you want to skip right to it, here is the link: http://thecreeksidecook.com/crash-hot-sweet-potatoes/#axzz3x6BAimGi I love sweet potatoes in many forms so I gathered […]