Salty great for hang overs.. classically southern Red Eye gravy and country ham with grits! I am not so enamered with grits that I go all out
Month: October 2019
My Grand parents loved to cook and it translated to me. It is remarkable how house lay outs have changed they cooked from a small kitchen with a pull out stove. But the results were always remarkable. Visit genealogy site
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Classic Wedge Salad goes well with almost any meal and can be stand alone lunch or light dinner. Making from scratch blows away all store bought versions
Wingenfelder is the lead singer for the more commonly known band Fury in the Slaughterhouse. In case you want to look up more mainstream music from him.
There really is a way to get xtra crispy chicken wings without frying them. I suggest buying first and second joint split wings. This means wing tip off and other two joints split for you. There are a million ways to cook wings. This way will give you pre finished product you can grill or […]
I was surprised to find that this recipe is pretty common online. I thought we had claim to a really unique appetizer recipe. This spread is great for football game snacking and is always a hit when I bring it to parties. Unique appetizer
It is perhaps a little known fact that most Extra Virgin Olive oil is not actually Xtra Virgin Olive Oil. The Mafia has gotten into this business. By adulterating cheap oils they make millions of dollars on imports. There are only a few labs in the world that can test Olive oil to make sure […]
This amazing salad recipe comes from my Aunt Isabel’s former neighbor. I have only made a few minor tweaks because it is so good as is. There is only one person I have ever made this for that did not like it.
I love German food particularly Sauerbraten. The first time I made this was as a child during our international dinner weekends. My Mother and I would pick a country and create a menu and cook the meals usually all day on a Sunday. There are many food loves I have that stem from those Sundays. […]