In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “You, the Sandwich.”
I’m a foodie,love ALMOST everything,just some more than others. If a restaurant were to name something after me it would be “The Daily Special”, everyday would be something different from what ever is fresh in the kitchen. For example today I look around my kitchen and found this
Avocados,tomatoes,crab,pesto,mozzarella cheese and fresh basil, just need some nice sourdough and they would have “The Daily Special” Meme the Panini. Tomorrow would be what ever is fresh and ready to move out of the kitchen. Ciao!
These little guys make me happy . Easy to make,taste great,low calories,last for a few days,easy to take to work, shall I continue? Baked Egg Cups 12 Eggs 12 thin slices of deli ham (round) 1/2 Cup of your favorite cheese (I used Parmesan) 1/2 Cup diced green onion Salt & Pepper Preheat the oven… Continue reading Ham & Egg Cups 🙂
Corn season is among us, but time will be running out soon to get that fresh from the crop Corn. Last week I saw it “10 for $1.00” That’s almost FREE. So brings me back to this awesome Corn Salad. I discovered it this year and it’s now in my FAVS. If you make anything… Continue reading Corn Salad
LOVE Herb Butters and I did a post awhile back about them and I have found some new flavors to add to our list. All three of these will be great on a freshly grilled steak. I like sauces for meats, but I am not good at them and this is a great substitute. Just… Continue reading Herb Butter…Part 2
Every year I try to add a few things I want to do for the New Year to my resolution list. If you don’t make it to hard it will work. Last year I wrote down everyday what I did, kind of interesting to look back on. Also Mike and I kept a love jar… Continue reading Resolutions,What’s yours?
What did your Momma teach you? Never go emptied handed! So here is my list of Hostess Gifts that I’m making and taking: CRANBERRY CHUTNEY: Servings: Makes 8 cups, about 4 pint-size jars Ingredients 4 cups fresh or frozen cranberries , picked over and stemmed 2 1/2 cups sugar 6 whole cloves 2 (3-inch) cinnamon… Continue reading Thanksgiving Hostess Gifts
Remember the old days when it was almost a sin to eat one, all of the “bad for you components”. Well times have changed and the fitness guru’s push them on us. So now I have become quite fond of the hard-boiled egg and cook up a batch every week. Here is my way… I… Continue reading The Egg & I
I start with a stick of soften butter, ( I like the organic) mixed up in a bowl I then prepare the herbs I plan on adding my washing and drying completely. In this batch I am adding, Rosemary, Thyme and garlic. It is what I have an abundance of in the garden… I then… Continue reading Garden Herb Butter
It is my favorite time of year in Montana. Being from the Desert you can only imagine the relief we get when we pull up to the Montana get away and everything is GREEN.Leaving the Desert (3 shades of brown, light brown, medium brown and dark brown) I am welcomed with the beautiful colors of… Continue reading Montana’s Summer Bounty
Printable recipe My Go To Pesto Recipe: ♥ 2 c. basil leaves,clean and very dry ♥ 1/3 c. olive oil ♥ 2 cloves garlic ♥ 1/2 c.Parmesan cheese grated ♥ 1/4 c. toasted pine nuts In your food processor add the garlic first and chop it up with about 1/2 of the basil. When blended… Continue reading Cup’o Pesto