We go to an absolutely adorable and yummy little restaurant in Pinetop/Lakeside Arizona called “The Bistro at Annie’s”. Justin and Heather run a homey, delicious, friendly restaurant which is mostly lunch, but open 3 nights for dinner. One of my favorite things there are their salad dressings. My favorite is Prickly Pear Ranch, with Apple … More HOME HOME ON THE RANCH…. fun recipes with Ranch Dressing!
I want to be sure I give TOTAL credit for this idea and recipe to Rachel Ray. Just happened to catch her show after the Kitchen one day. When I saw this recipe my mind went Bazooka! Of course I can make this as she did it, but just think of the FUN ideas you … More BUFFALO CHICKEN SALAD thanks to Rachel Ray (and my tweaks)…
To the cool guy at the bar the other night, Jeff, (don’t get excited….his gorgeous wife Dara was there too). I was picking up food to bring home and tasting Rose, and ended up staying two hours talking food with this cute couple. (We laughed a little too). Jeff asked if I could make a … More COUNTRY CREAMY POTATO SOUP thanks to the cute guy at the Bar at Alessia’s!
This week I learned something new. Believe it or not, I have never had a jello shot in my life. I know about them, I’ve seen them and I know that servers run around in clubs at night and give them to people (do the customers pay for them? I don’t know….) So, I was … More JELLO SHOTS….do not read this if you are not an adult beverage fan!
This Post is not so much a recipe as an idea. When you are having people over, why not set up a Salad bar? Use your imagination as to what you include. There are so many advantages to using this method. One obvious one is that you can feed a Vegetarian like Steven! Another is … More A SIMPLE SALAD BAR
Whenever anyone gets sick, has an operation, moves in or out, has a baby, gets mad at me, gets a good grade, does me a favor, oh well…..you get it. ANY occasion, I do what I do best. Make SOUP! People ask me a lot what my favorite things to cook are. And I … More HUNGARIAN MUSHROOM SOUP…. John’s favorite. And we aren’t even Hungarian!
TEQUILA LIME SHRIMP 1 lb. peeled and deveined shrimp, raw 1 tsp. salt + 1/2 tsp pepper 3 dried ancho chili peppers, remove stems and seeds 2 Tbs. olive oil 4 cloves grated garlic I Tbs. brown sugar 1 tsp. cumin 4 oz. tequila 1/4 cup lime juice 2 Tbs. butter Sprinkle shrimp with salt … More TEQUILA LIME SHRIMP from Bobbie…just call it Fabulous!
I finally bit the bullet and decided to try some more lo carb recipes from things we like. Fried rice is one of my favorites! Its easy and my kids loved it when they were growing up. But rice is so high in carbs, and even though I haven’t had a lot of success with … More CAULIFLOWER “FRIED RICE”
Cobb Salad may be an odd thing to be blogging, because it’s not really a “recipe”, but more of a preparation that you can change to suit your own taste. For instance, no matter how hard you try, you just can’t make some people like bleu cheese (even when you try to fool them with … More Cobb Salad…lo carb and yummy!
I know I do. I made a wonderful cranberry relish which I blogged along with Christy’s equally wonderful one a couple of weeks ago. And recently I went to a party and there was a terrific little appetizer there made with cranberries which had been spiced up. Gail Bruning gets total credit for this one! … More Bet you have some CRANBERRIES left…