Let The Baking Begin!

I mentioned yesterday that I'd tell my story from last year about our neighbor, a raccoon, a koi pond, and cuckoo accusations. But, I don't have time for that tonight. So, instead, this... Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Measure and combine in food storage bag the dry ingredients: flour, salt, baking powder; ground cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg & cloves. Shake bag....more

Authentic Mexican Tinga de Pollo – Chicken in Chipotle Tomato Sauce

Authentic Mexican Tinga de Pollo – Chicken in Chipotle Tomato Sauce is by far the most popular recipe on my blog. There is no other recipe that was able to beat this one in traffic and popularity....more

Fish Sour Soup

Mom's Cranberry Sauce (from paper towel to you)

So here we go…Thanksgiving week!  The official start of the holiday season!  It’s time for the music, the shopping, the gifting and giving; and of course, the food.  So much good food to make, so much good food to enjoy.  There are cookies to bake, candy to make, turkey, tamales and chili con carne!It’s no wonder I can’t fit into my fat pants by January 1....more

Greek flutes , a tasty meze!

Two Minutes Angie Meat Flutes...more

Ghee Rice

Ghee Rice is a very delicious, flavorful, quick and easy rice recipe prepared using rice, ghee, aromatic spices, and your favorite dry fruits.This dish can be served alone or with any curry or dal variety of your choice. You can use basmati rice / jasmine rice or even left over rice for this recipe. This is also a perfect lunch box recipe....more



Meatless Monday ~ Veggie Wraps

I never would have thought the carnivorous, pork loving man would be so committed to going meatless one day a week.  His commitment to Meatless Monday is pretty admirable. If ever I have trouble coming up with something new to make for Meatless Monday, David often helps me come up with ideas....more

Capsicum Butti

Capsicum Butti or Capsicum with onion and coconut is a vegan, very delicious and popular Konkani side dish where the capsicum / green bell pepper is cooked in spicy coconut masala. This dish is semi dry and tastes the best when served with steamed rice or any variety of dosa or even bread.You can substitute capsicum with ivy gourd (tendle), cabbage, mushroom (alambe) or even cauliflower....more

Country Harvest Soup Shooters