I originally posted this recipe about 10 years ago. When I went to look at it just now, to relegate it to history, I noticed all the comments from other bloggers. It used to be the custom to read and comment faithfully on other food … Continue reading.....
This is a re-post – although I made it for us just last week.
We’re rather fond of this dish…..
As I am ‘not feeling 100%’ as the Brit’s would say I decided to do an easy recipe.
Shrimp with a Greek flavor: tomatoes, dry … Continue reading.....
The first time I made stuffed mushrooms they were filled with bacon and cream cheese.
That was the way I made them the 2nd through gazillionth time, too.
Why mess with a good thing, right?
Well, when one moves to a place that doesn’t have … Continue reading.....
Asparagus season is coming to an end.
I haven’t seen the lovely purple asparagus in two weeks and this week the green asparagus wasn’t available.
There were piles and piles of white asparagus, however, so we’re still okay for another week or too.
One … Continue reading.....
I’m starting to wrap up slow-cooker season so I decided I needed to get the rest of the recipes posted.
Someone, who shall remain nameless, is contemplating getting the grills out.
Soon, I hope.
In the meantime he’s been wrestling with rocks / boulders in … Continue reading.....
Shrimp with the flavors of the Mediterranean: tomatoes, peppers, Greek olives, and feta cheese on spaghetti
It made me happy..
As usual, make is as hot as you like but with all of these flavors, even mon mari was happy without any added heat.
Although … Continue reading.....
You know those days….
You have no idea what to fix for dinner.
You look in the fridge – there’s an open jar of olives, half of a red pepper, a few mushrooms, a bit of feta….
Throw it all in a skillet and 30 … Continue reading.....
This is another dish based on a recipe from ‘the food of morocco, a journey for food lovers’. (I love that book!)
We bought the most wonderful cumin when we were in Marrakesh. It was well-wrapped when we brought it home but the scent was … Continue reading.....
I may have said this before, but…..
When one is cooking for two, buying a cabbage requires planning.
I get two or three or four dishes out of one head.
I usually use it once for a first course, once or twice as a vegetable … Continue reading.....