From Better Homes and Garden. I specifically looked for an “old” recipe from a tried and true source. I wanted dinner rolls that smelled and tasted like the ones from an old school cafeteria or a diner – one that … Continue reading
A long, long time ago, my husband called me at work and asked me to stop at a specific store and pick up a particular brand of black pepper biscuits. My response wash, “I can make that.” No, he said, these were … Continue reading
For the last few years, it has become tradition to spend Christmas Eve at my brother & sister in-law’s house in New Orleans. Over the years, I have made too many dishes to bring Like, four. – Why did I … Continue reading
Last April or May, I was cleaning out the refrigerator and found a lonely Meyer Lemon lurking in the vegetable drawer. Lurking? Surviving, more like. Since citrus season was long over, it had been in there … Continue reading
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 17,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
Originally posted on icookforleftovers:
Pumpkins are in at your local farmer’s market! A beautiful pumpkin to cook with. ? I made this last fall with fresh oranges and a pumpkin from my farmer’s market. It was so good, that I’m…
Tips and Pointers: Strawberries are quintessentially the center of the tray, but this doesn’t mean they have to be. Rinse them well in advance so that they have time to dry, or you … Continue reading
If you are looking for a standard american lasagne, this recipe is not for you. It is, however, the food of my memories. One of my absolutely all-time favorite dishes. A traditional Italian lasagna, which relies on a great … Continue reading
While Louisiana grows some pretty awesome peaches, they are very hard to come by. When I was a kid, every Memorial Day weekend we’d travel from Southwest Louisiana to East Texas, traveling through the very top northwest corner if Louisiana. … Continue reading
I’ve always wondered how the Cajuns removed corn from the cob that resulted in a pan full of corn and milk. As if someone had literally poured cream into the corn. Creamed corn. But, how do you do that? If … Continue reading