So here’s the skinny on my Skinny Mac and Tuna Drop Salad. You might be asking, why drop? Well here’s why… that’s right, just drop all your ingredients into a zip lock bag, zip it up, shake, and you are ready to chill. (it) Here are some of the ingredients I used. … Continue reading Skinny Mac and Tuna Drop Salad
Okay so I will always think of my husband’s/our late dear Aunt Joan when I think of lima beans. She would prepare them often for her husband, my husband’s uncle, our dear Uncle Dan. They always sounded so good and they looked even better as I watched them being served to our Uncle Dan. Now… Continue reading Aunt Joan’s Lima Beans
In February, while on a home trade to Denver Co., we decided to head outdoors to explore. Oh what a treat, John Muir was right! We had originally intended on snow-showing but that plan had to be scratched as conditions just weren’t optimal for it. I was lucky enough to get a small taste… Continue reading Gone Snowshoeing…
All aboard the Casades train! Time to get comfy… So that was sure good. Hot tea on a chilly day, just what the tourist ordered. Gimma sum… How to…
Last year I had the great fortune of being able to visit my sweet family in El Paso, Texas. I spent many a wonderful summer there when I was just a girl. The trip for me, was like going home again, albeit a home away from home. One evening my cousin, 2 of my dearest… Continue reading Mexican Squash, my Calabasitas Tejano
For me, this meal, well, it all started with a trip to Pasolivo… What a wonderful trip, what a wonderful ingredient. Check them out, shop online. I had no idea this tiny little container would contain such goodness. Sometimes it takes very little ingredients to make the great food magic happen… Sometimes I prefer dried (as… Continue reading Oh my Aglio E Olio! Trufflefied
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