Happy New Year…. Hope everyone has a better year than the past. 2021 was not that hood of a year for me and mine, but ended going into 2022 on a great note!! The start of the year I moved positions at my place of work. It was good, same supervisor which wasn’t ideal. Mid … Continue reading A New Year, hopefully better.
We had something going going on at work that asked to bring a dessert. I made tarts…. One stayed at home. I used a Pillsbury pie crusts, frozen cherries, peaches and blueberries and chopped up the cherries. The Pioneer Woman’s recipe was a base I used for the filling spices. I sprinkled the crust with … Continue reading Blueberry, Cherry and Peach Tart
I vary this recipe at time of what I have in the cupboard/fridge and/or what I feel like putting the energy to put in. Ingredients in this batch: 2 1/2 lbs Ground beef 1 chopped sweet onion (cutting yellow or white onions 🧅 are harsh on eyes) 3-4 Eggs (depending on how much ground beef … Continue reading Homemade ‘Salisbury Steak’
Edit** I definitely recommend this recipe!! Less onions than I originally put in, but no doubt almost as good as the store bought!! Crunchy and semi-sweet. I can hardly wait til I can try them!! https://www.browneyedbaker.com/bread-and-butter-pickles/
Does anyone else like cheesy ramen? I like it, especially when I feel badly.
Jet Tila’s Beef and Broccoli 1 flank steak, cut into thin strips baking soda Tamari sesame oil garlic ginger corn starch Mix all ingredients for marinade, then add steak strips. Marinate for 20 minutes or more. Using rice vinegar, oyster sauce and chili garlic sauce, water and corn starch, make the sauce and have it … Continue reading Beef and broccoli, and more…
3-4 chicken breasts 2-4 pats butter 2 tblsp olive oil 2 carrots, chopped 1 parsnip, chopped 1 vidalia onion, chopped Salt & pepper garlic, crushed Put butter and oil in pan on medium-high heat. Peel carrots and parsnip, chop carrots, parsnip and onion. Put in pan, adding salt & pepper, mixing to help to soften. … Continue reading Chicken with root veggies
2-4 pats butter 2 tblsp olive oil 1 pork ribeye roast, cut into chops 1 8oz container mushrooms, chopped 1 vidalia onion, chopped salt & pepper garlic powder **spices of choice Put butter and oil into a skillet on medium-high heat. Add onions, mushrooms and salt & pepper. Sauté until start of softening. Move veggies … Continue reading Pork ribeye, mash and broccoli
I love sushi, raw fish etc, but eating it alot can break the bank. So I make a California roll type in a bowl.
I saw this post and just had to try it. I love the simplicity of the cooking and wow the tenderness of the meat!! https://thestayathomechef.com/wprm_print/10574 This is the link of the recipe I saw and used. I had traditional bbq sauce, but this Korean bbq sauce is some good stuff. Next time we do them … Continue reading Crockpot Ribs