Turkey Burger with Feta Cheese and Grilled Onions

Turkey Burger with Feta Cheese and Grilled Onions

There’s nothing like a day off from work. I’m not talking about weekends, I’m talking about a day off during the middle of the week when everyone else is working. Occasionally I take a day or two off to handle things around the house – cooking, cleaning, errands etc. The best part of a day […]

Cauliflower and Sausage Skillet

Cauliflower and Sausage Skillet

Cauliflower has never been part of our normal vegetable rotation. It’s one of those veggies that really didn’t catch my attention but not because I thought it tasted bad. I’ve always thought it was sort of boring, bland, with no personality. When I decided to cut back on wheat products, I gave cauliflower another look […]

Asian Chicken Legs

Asian Chicken Legs

Back in my college days, chicken wings were a dietary staple for my friends and I. You could buy a big family pack of wings for a few bucks and eat well for days. Of course that was before wings became trendy and every restaurant in the country started selling them. It was also before […]

Crockpot Beef Tacos

Crockpot Beef Tacos

You may not have heard, but it’s been crazy hot in Nashville lately – way too hot to do alot of heavy duty baking and roasting. Even though I don’t want to heat up the kitchen, we still love a roasted chicken or juicy pot roast from time to time. Enter my handy dandy crockpot. It’s been a […]

How to Cook Butternut Squash – Sausage and Butternut Squash Dressing

How to Cook Butternut Squash – Sausage and Butternut Squash Dressing

How to Prepare Butternut Squash Butternut squash is probably the easiest winter squash to prepare. I avoided it for a long time because I thought it had a hard outer shell like spaghetti squash which I have filed under “not worth the work”. When you cut it open. the flesh is bright orange and smells a little like […]

Shaking Beef

Shaking Beef

For most of life my life I’ve never really cared where my meat came from. As long as it’s hermatically and hygenically packaged and reasonably priced, I didn’t question it. “All Natural” and “grass fed” were foreign terms and price was often the determining factor when it came to choosing our purchases. A couple of months ago […]

Chicken a la King

Chicken a la King

  If I haven’t mentioned it, I’m an estate sale junkie. To be more specific, I love old kitchen stuff – refrigerator dishes, cookbooks, dinnerware, etc. At one point a few years ago I had a room full of cool things I had bought with the intention of selling them on eBay. Unfortunately that room […]

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