It’s Taco Tuesday!
We need you to share your taco (or burrito or nacho) inspired recipes! What would you cook on Taco Tuesday? Join the linky and share your ideas!
This week at our house we had Breakfast Tacos!
There is an Irish proverb that says “Laughter is brightest where food is the best.” Well here is a collection of Irish dishes that will fill the room with laughter and fill your belly with joy!
Lemon chicken – it’s been around for a long time. Baked with fragrant herbs and the bright taste of lemon, this dish is a party in your mouth!
It’s National Meatball Day!! To honor the humble meatball, I’ve used it as part of the Pasta of the Month! And you get…
Although associated with Italian cuisine, the true history of the meatball is unknown, but, kofta seems to be the earliest known meatball. Kofta originated with the ancient Persians. It is a dish of ground meats mixed with rice, bulgar or lentils. Those little chunks of meat found their way into Europe through trade routes from the middle Easter countries. Today they are shaped into gargantuan balls and served with a myriad of bases and sauces.
So Happy Meatball day! Continue reading
I love frittatas and I love andouille sausage! Here is a great recipe that combines the two – a perfect Sunday morning breakfast! This recipe uses chicken sausages – a little less fat but still great flavor!
Deliciously slow cooked in wine, these short ribs will simply melt in your mouth! Easy to make and worth the wait!