Awesome Turkey Chili

This is how we get our Chili on at My Twist On This, How about you? Why Not Share Your Recipe!

Brown Rice

Brown rice is now one of my favorite dishes. After reading the nutritional benefits from the link below, I don’t believe that I will cook white rice again. The flavoring of the ingredients that I added with brown rice makes this recipe a keeper. Read the link below and try my recipe.Let me know if…

Eggplant Parmesan

I believe that I clipped this recipe from The Houston Chronicle over 20 years ago, and it’s definitely a keeper. However, if you’re the type of cook that would like to get out of the kitchen pretty fast, you may think that it’s too time-consuming. I’ve made it several times, unfortunately, I don’t have a…

Sautéed Cauliflower

Cauliflower contains many nutrients and is a very good source of vitamin C and manganese, which are both powerful antioxidants. The consumption of cauliflower has also been studied for its cancer-preventing potential. This, on top of the fact that it is versatile and just plain delicious, makes it a very good snack food!

Roasted Chicken

We eat a lot of chicken at my house.  One of my favorite chicken dishes is a roasted chicken cooked in my clay baker.  I purchased my baker from Foley’s over 15 years ago before it became Macy’s. My clay cooker has always been my go-to for very moist and delicious meals.  The clay cooker…

Tuna Lollipops

Psst. . . . Before you stop grilling outdoors, try these tuna lollipops! This is a delightful appetizer that I shared in 2011. In case you missed it, I’m re-posting my recipe.  Once that you give it a try, let me know how it came out. It was very easy and a lot of fun. As…

Glorious Morning Muffins

This recipe is adapted from General Mills (Gold Medal Flour).  The taste is very similar to carrot cake without the cream cheese.  The muffins are simply smashing!

Stone Baby Back Ribs

These ribs were baked in my stoneware.  They came out so moist and tender. Don’t forget to remove the membrane from the ribs so that the spices and tomato sauce will penetrate to them!

PDQ Potatoes

These PDQ (pretty darn quick) potatoes are a “go to” sometimes when I’m cooking in a rush.  They make a great side dish. Several years ago, my sister showed me how she cooked potatoes in the microwave.  The potatoes were very good, simple and quick. As I recall, she added a little dried dill weed, about an inch…

Oven Bag Brisket

Celebrate Resurrection Sunday! When I think back on some of the meals that I prepared for Easter Sunday, my mind often lingers on a recipe that I found in the Houston Chronicle newspaper many years ago. It was called an Oven Bag Brisket and it was simply divine! Tender, moist, and delicious!