After going to Mission Taco in St. Louis, there’s really not much that doesn’t taste pretty good on a corn tortilla. My interest was piqued when I saw the Inspiralized Meatless Monday post on Jicama. Who knew Jicama slaw could be a major player in a taco? I borrowed elements of her recipe to make… Continue reading Taco Tuesday with Black Beans and Jicama
A few years ago my husband had a Chicken Tortilla Soup at the cafeteria where he worked. He really enjoyed this soup. The vendor had the soup recipe available for download and he emailed it to me to please make it for him. Here’s the scoop, it’s for 25. First of all, I don’t have a pot… Continue reading Learning to Cook, Breaking it Down
Quiche is a fantastic option for a breakfast, luncheon, or dinner and can be made so many ways. The traditional way is with cream as in a Food and Wine over the top mushroom quiche, or a smaller version from Martha Stewart Bacon and Zucchini Quiche. They both look amazing. My hearty Irish quiche is great for brunch or… Continue reading Learning to Cook, Easter Brunch and the Versitile Quiche
This beautiful young lady is Laura Neally. I met Laura “virtually” a few years back when District 300 was in the fight of its life with legislators. She had no skin in the game except that her niece and nephew attend the school district. I was very proud to know her through that experience. Laura… Continue reading Learning to Cook, Guest Post Laura Neally – Fresh Ricotta 3 Ways
First off, I just want you to look at all the VIBRANT colors on that cutting board. GET. OUT. This post is the making of the Kale and Spinach salad that Caprice Towne made at our progressive dinner a few weekends ago. My friends and I, we wing it in the kitchen making it tough to share… Continue reading Kale and Spinach Salad with Honey Lemon Balsamic Vinaigrette
My heart is greatly saddened by this misery that has been placed upon the people of Belgium We must pray for all of them for God’s eternal love to hold them in His heart. We must pray for peace. Eternal Father, for the sake of the sorrowful Passion, and the Resurrection of Your Son, have mercy on… Continue reading Pray for Belgium
Just to start this post off, my March Madness bracket is #Busted, and I do not believe there are do-overs. A few weeks ago we attended our annual Progressive Dinner party. We divvy up the cooking for our casual evening and the theme of the evening was soup for the entree. Nancy Arndt made her… Continue reading March Madness Entertaining – Bring on the Heat!