Its simple. Wrap bacon around really nice fresh scallops and broil 3-4 minutes per side. Toss in garlic butter if you’d like. You can also put these in a row on skewers. Yum! Advertisements Continue reading Bacon-wrapped Scallops
Happy Easter! These are the deviled eggs I made today with our boiled eggs. I added adobo sauce, cumin, low-fat mayo, mustard powder, chopped spicy pickles, chili powder and a sprig of cilantro. Continue reading Deviled Eggs
While in Portland, Oregon last month, I kept running into these cute little kits for making different kinds of cheese (info about getting your own to follow). One time, many years ago, I made paneer. It was good! It was also much easier than I thought it would be. Of course paneer is not aged. … Continue reading Snap Cook: Make Cheese!
This little nifty trick could not be more simple to make. What you see is what you get. I have to admit that I saw this somewhere on a facebook feed last week and without reading or clicking, I figured I could try on my own. Turns out the concept looks amazing, but takes little … Continue reading Easy Potato Trick
Who loves a good burrito? I do! Routinely, when I post a picture of a great burrito on my social media sites, I get tons of responses from people who WANT THAT BURRITO! So I thought I’d collect together a hodge podge of burrito photos from my facebook wall for those seeking a few minutes of … Continue reading A Salute to Burritos!
The Everything Grinder Today I’m just talking about one tool. One tool that does lots and lots of work. This is a grinder for dried spices, peppercorns, course salts and dried peppers. It is brilliant for making fresh spice blends or rubs, and when not in use, I fill it with my mixed peppercorns from … Continue reading Tool Day
Early in March of 2015 I went to Portland, Oregon to visit family. Enthusiastic to participate in my blog endeavors, they insisted Bob’s Red Mill should be on my itinerary. Who am I to argue? I’ve been using Bob’s Red Mill pancake and soup mixes, semolina and other flours, and lots of other grains and … Continue reading Bob’s Red Mill Store, PDX