Who doesn't love a good country fried steak? Comfort food at it's best, this warm and savory dish is great for breakfast or dinner. Serve with potatoes and vegetables for dinner or with eggs and hash browns for a breakfast meal. 2 thin sliced beef steaks, well dried with paper towels 2 cups flour 1 … Continue reading Country Fried Steak with Sausage Gravy
Here is a round-up of all my cookie and brownie recipes for your 2018 holiday season. Bread Crumb Cookies D&J Favorites (Chocolate Chips) Gingerdoodles Oatmeal Raisin Cookies Peanut Butter Cookies Persimmon Cookies Sugar Cookies No-Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Brownies Lemon Bars Cream Cheese Mints Happy Holidays!
I was inspired to create this after finding won ton wrappers in the store; all I could envision was little pockets of chopped meat. These are delicious warm, but super when cooled to room temperature. A great appetizer that could be made early in the day of your next party; double up for a large … Continue reading Baked Chicken Won Ton Appetizers
This sweet dessert is a quick and delicious way to use up your end of the season fruit. It just takes minutes to prepare and can bake while dinner is being served and eaten. 1 stick Melt, slightly soft, but not room temperature 1 cup flour 1 cup sugar + 1 tablespoon 1/8 tsp … Continue reading Fruit Crisp
This is a recipe I created years ago; it's a great recipe when at the end of the grocery month. Savory Lentils and Rice ¼ c lentils/½ c water (I used regular lentils, but red lentils would be a nice substitute) ¼ c rice/1 c water (I used brown basmati rice, but any rice will … Continue reading Savory Lentils, Rice and/or Beans
I created this recipe years ago when I needed to use up the produce. It is a delicious, and spicy meal. 2-3 Tbsp olive oil 1 Tbsp lime juice 1 head garlic, peeled & coarsely chopped kosher salt (approximately 2-3 tsp, to taste) fresh cracked pepper (approximately 2-3 grinds, to taste) 1 can green chilies … Continue reading Wingin’ It Talipia and Pepper Slaw Recipe
At the beginning of the month, over the Labor Day Holiday (in the U.S.A.), I went camping with family. We did have a good while we were there, at first. It was so nice just to be able to sit and do much of nothing. Planning is key to a relaxed and fun camping trip. … Continue reading Camping (with recipes)