• Fried Green Tomatoes

    August 4, 2014Danita

    First, NOT the 1980’s movie but a REAL Southern Delicacy!  Besides the movie, there are a couple of possible reactions to Fried Green Tomatoes… EWWW! What in the world is that? or Oh Yeah, I’ve been eatin’ those all my life! Fried Green Tomatoes are a very traditional Southern dish and they are just what…

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  • Time Saving Tuesday – Microwave Corn on the Cob

    July 8, 2014Danita

    Crock Pot Baked Potatoes were my best “discovery” of 2013 (thanks again to my friend RaShell!), and Microwave Corn on the Cob may be that for 2014!  How has it taken me so long to learn this? This “tip” came from an elderly lady, who we don’t know, that happened to be purchasing corn at…

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  • Honey Glazed Carrots

    April 16, 2014Danita

     It appears I’ve been posting A LOT of desserts lately!  I guess my “sweet tooth” must be working overtime.  I thought it might be time for something a little more “healthy” so I decided to make these Honey Glazed Carrots for dinner…and the blog.   They were quick and easy.  No peeling and chopping is…

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  • Asiago Garlic Fingerling Potatoes

    April 14, 2014Danita

      I’ve seen Fingerling Potatoes around for a while now but had never tried them, mainly because they are expensive.  At Aldi, I usually buy a ten pound bag of regular potatoes for about $1.69.  At other grocery stores Fingerling Potatoes sell for over $3 for a one and a half pound bag.  It just…

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  • Chorizo Quesadillas

    March 3, 2014Danita

    Some of you may be asking, “What is Chorizo?”  It’s a slightly spicy Mexican pork sausage, originating in Spain but enjoyed in many Latin American countries.  The flavor varies slightly by country due to availability of spices.   Here in Texas we have “Mexican” Chorizo.  It comes uncooked in a casing like many other types…

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