My sweet Hispanic friend, Alma, gave me this simple salsa years ago. Yesterday I was cruising through this blog and couldn’t find it. Even though it is on my all time favorites list. You just do it in 5 minutes in a blender. Alma’s Salsa 1 can tomatoes (Alma insisted on S&W, but you can’t … More Alma’s Salsa…..omigosh! I’ve never blogged it! What was I thinking?
I have a feeling this post will be almost as popular as my post last year on Chicken Liver Pate. In other words, NOT. However, in Arizona we have so much citrus that we are always looking for ways to use it. I always freeze the juice in ice cube trays, and then keep the … More PRESERVED LEMONS…..Why????? And what do I do with them?
We love ham at Christmas and Easter especially. But I always like to make some kind of topping and sauce for it, and especially if you serve rice or potatoes on the side you can drizzle the delicious juice over it. Here are two yummy choices, both easy and SO tasty! Bake the ham … More EASTER HAM? Make a topping. And use some jam!
Tomorrow is Christmas, and believe it or not, I forgot someone. My “Go To” is always food, and I am always looking for something easy that looks hard. I always thought jams seemed complicated and difficult, and kind of mysterious. But I learned that they are really pretty simple. Just choose a vegetable … More IN A JAM? MAKE JAM!
Recently my kids went to Italy. Almost every day they sent me a picture of something delectable that they were eating. One of the most intriguing sounding dishes was one that Laurie described. Something like this: “I just had the best mushroom pasta! It was SO simple. I think it was only mushrooms, olive oil, … More MUSHROOM BUSINESS…ever seen these?
We had quite an international night recently with our Philippino friends and food. I made chicken enchiladas, and Les made curried chicken. The extent of my curry cooking experience consists of a Curry soup I made years ago in my Thai Phase. I do like it at restaurants, but Les’s version makes me want … More CURRIED CHICKEN…another great one from Les and Tess
BEEF SKEWERS (marinade) 1 cup soy sauce 1/2 cup Banana Catsup (see below) 1 Tbsp. Black Pepper 1 head garlic, crushed 1 tsp. Paprika Mix all above—-WHHHAAATTT? Banana Catsup? Believe me, I thought I had seen it all. Never heard of this ingredient. Welcome to Google! It seems that this is a very popular ingredient … More Beef Skewers/Philippino Style! And, I learned something new! You can too.