What’s that old adage? Real men don’t eat quiche? Well why not? It’s not just for “lunching ladies” anymore. Especially when you can eat a yummy apple and gouda cheese sausage quiche with carmelized onions. To really class it up, why don’t we add a salad frisée with bacon-shallot vinaigrette dressing and poached egg […]
In keeping with the Mexican food and fresh farmers market ingredient themes, I thought I’d share another favorite Mexican inspired dish. I also hate to waste food and since you might have some leftover tortillas from the chimichanga recipe, this is a great way to use them up as the recipe as written below […]
I LOVE Mexican food. LOVE! I also love to try and eat healthy and there the roads shall meet. Does that sound like a difficult undertaking? Not at all! I embrace the challenge of finding healthy alternatives and this is one of my favorites! (and one of my Dad’s favorites too by the way…) There’s […]
Dictionary.com says that a Southern Belle is “a beautiful and charming woman from the southern US.” Some describe a belle as having social grace, charm, the ability to “glisten” rather than sweat and have a mint julep all while making a gorgeous dress from curtains. (That’s a Gone With the Wind reference by the way.) While I agree with all of those descriptions, maybe with the exception of the curtain dress, I think not only does a belle possess the qualities of having social grace and charm, she is also classy, genuine, loves sports, cares about her community and most importantly, THIS southern belle loves good food! (And the accompanying adult beverages of course!)
Ash’s Carolina vinegar based fried turkey. It’s pretty simple, just like the recipe below, but you brine the turkey with carolina bbq seasonings and dry rub it with cayenne pepper. Ingredients: 1 turkey & brine The Brine Ingredients: 6 cups (48 ounces) white vinegar 6 cups cider vinegar 6 tablespoon brown sugar 6 tablespoon cayenne […]
This is basically my version of Zaxby’s Zax Sauce with a kick. You can put this bad boy on anything. I personally like dipping my grilled cheese in it. It also goes well with fries, burgers, and of course chicken fingers.