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.
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!
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! Read the rest of this entry »
I cook Cornish hens often, but not always the same way. I guess you can say that about a lot of my meals. This time around, I decided to add some carrots in with the hens. The basting of the Cornish hens required a little butter or ghee. The ghee and the broth from the hens gave a delightful favor.
As I stated in my post of March 27, 2017 on FaceBook, not all cornbread is created equal! This is my favorite cornbread recipe. Let me know if you like it and share your favorite.
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My family and I visited a local restaurant last year. We ordered the brisket queso appetizer, which looked and tasted very good. Sadly, I was unable to enjoy the dish because it was very spicy and contained beef, which I very rarely eat. Read the rest of this entry »