I LOVE to Cook!And more than that...I love when people enjoy what I cook! I have toyed with the idea of starting this blog for some time. Finally, I have made time to share some of my best recipes and share my trials as I attempt some new recipes. Enjoy!
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It’s not often that I can whip up a new meal that takes me back to my childhood in a vivid way. This London Broil recipe does just that. My mother and grandmother used to make incredible roasts, stew beef … Continue reading
I would like to take my hat off and say a big “kudos” to the person who invented the crock pot. I mean, really, what a GREAT invention. The crock pot allows us to have incredible home-cooked meals that take … Continue reading
My ex-husband created the perfect steak marinade, and to this day, it is my favorite marinade. We use this marinade all the time, and everyone loves it. This recipe incorporates the sweet flavor of teriyaki with the heat of Szechuan. … Continue reading
Nothing beats a good steak, and here by the water, we have two different marinades for filet mignon that we love. Our Lakeside recipe is mildly flavored, juicy, and perfectly paired with bold sides. Our Spicy Szechuan filets are bold, … Continue reading
I have played with chili recipes for years. I can tell you that I have experienced successes and failures with chili. The most difficult thing for me was balancing the perfect amount of heat with a rich flavor. This is … Continue reading