First a bit of blog housekeeping: I believe I have identified the problem with the irritating ads but the person I need to contact at the publisher’s site is gone until Tuesday. I should be able to fix it next week.
Now – on to … Continue reading.....
Slow-cooking lamb in wine is typical all over France.
But this is not a slow cooker recipe…. This is a stove-top recipe.
One has to shake things up a bit from time to time.
This uses red wine, similar to the version made in Avignon. … Continue reading.....
Pecan Cake with Brown Sugar Frosting….
And Caramel Sauce….
And Butter Pecan Ice Cream….
Okay, that all may be a bit excessive. Maybe if I made desserts more often I wouldn’t attempt to put it all on one plate at the same time.
It could … Continue reading.....
Making stuffed cabbage leaves with the common white cabbage I grew up with in the Midwest is a challenge.
Most recipes say to boil the entire head of cabbage so that you can get the tight leaves apart without ripping them to shreds.
I believe … Continue reading.....
We had a venison roast over the holidays, which, of course, resulted in venison leftovers.
When we have leftovers I make risotto.
Most risottos use white wine but when I have venison or lamb I like to use red,
This would also be great with … Continue reading.....
When we lived in the US I could buy turkey tenderloins, ground turkey, turkey sausage, and whole turkeys.
Here I can buy turkey legs (including the thigh), turkey cutlets and whole turkeys – but I can only get the whole turkeys at Christmas. The other … Continue reading.....
I was looking for slow cooker recipes online the other day.
I came across a site that said not to use wine in the slow cooker as it doesn’t ‘cook-off’ like it would in a skillet or Dutch oven.
The article stated that the … Continue reading.....
I like putting spinach with ground beef – burgers, meat loaf and, now, meatballs.
It only takes an extra minute or two and I don’t have to bother with another vegetable.
Plus I can justify eating more meatballs and that’s always a good thing.
About … Continue reading.....