Spoiler Alert! I went into making this meal knowing that I wasn’t making it the way I would if I was living on my own. Let’s be real here. Given the choice between eating 3/4 pound burgers from the grill and eating frozen burgers from the stove on Memorial Day, I think we can all safely say that the first option is the favorable one. Continue reading “Memorial Day Burgers”
Before I started this blog, I made Arroz con Pollo and black beans for my family. We liked it so much that I decided to make it again. Continue reading “Arroz con Pollo – Size Matters”
This week I made Pad Thai. I love this recipe because I can choose what I want to put into the dish. I can turn this into an easy weeknight meal or a weekend meal. Continue reading “Attempting to Chop with Pad Thai”
This week I made fried catfish with tater tots and beans.
First, I put the tater tots in the toaster oven for about thirty minutes. Then I mixed one and a half cup of cornmeal and a half cup of flour into a large mixing bowl. Continue reading “Fried Catfish”
I decided to do a crock-pot meal this week. After a quick google search on “chicken crock-pot meals”. I chose to make Chicken Marsala.
Continue reading “Chicken Marsala Without the Marsala”
I made meatloaf this weekend to eat off of this week. I used the recipe that is found on the back of the McCormick meatloaf seasoning. Continue reading “Making Meatloaf”
This week I cooked marinated backstrap venison with mashed potatoes, and green beans and mushrooms.
Using a sharp knife, I cut 1 to 1-1/2 pounds of deer meat into 1 to 1-1/2 inch slices on a cutting board. Continue reading “Conquering Backstrap Venison”
This week I used the slow cooker to make barbecue chicken. First, I cut three skinless, boneless chicken breasts in half using a big, sharp, non-serrated knife. It was so easy. Barrier-Free Tip: Knives that are big and sharp have become my greatest ally. Continue reading “BBQ Chicken and Jalapeno Corn with Roasted Red Potatoes”
Happy Valentines Day!
This week I made chicken tortilla soup. I have been eating it for lunch all week and it is really good. The recipe came from one of my mom’s recipe books. Since I already knew that my family likes this soup, I went ahead and doubled it. Continue reading “Chicken Tortilla Soup”