One day, many years ago, when I decided to make Pot Roast for the weekend, I noticed that I had several bottles of beer in the fridge. We’re not beer drinkers; so it must have been leftover from one of my children’s gatherings. I thought: what will happen if I […]
As the Roast Veal with Rosemary and Thyme begins to braise, your home will be filled with the most amazing aroma. The veal is so tender and delicious, it melts in your mouth. Prep time: 20 minutes
These Deviled Hamburgers are flavored with horseradish, mustard, ketchup and worcestershire sauce. They are delicious served on a grilled Portobello mushroom with sliced tomato (or salsa) and guacamole on top. Baked sweet potato fries complete this wonderful meal.
Beef Stew is the ultimate in satisfying, warming comfort food. Add to that, you’ve got your meat, vegetables and potatoes all in one pot. That’s definitely a win! Prep time: 30 minutes
Every butcher I have ever used calls a different cut of meat-London Broil. In general, it is a long flat piece of meat that can be seasoned and cooked quickly. I like to keep a few in my freezer for last minute dinner guests. I find each piece serves three […]
This recipe for Pot Roast calls for simmering the meat stove top until soft; and then slicing it and smothering it with a quickly made mock barbecue sauce. You could open a bottle of your favorite sauce; but these ingredients are so easy to mix together that it pays to […]
The aroma that emanates from this dish is intoxicating.
This recipe for Stuffed Cabbage is the essence of food memory for me. The aroma and taste bring back my Grandparents, Margaret-the lady who made it for them and Annie Mae- the lady who made it for my parents, myself and my brother. When I was a toddler, Grandma Jeannie […]
The combined flavors of orange, ginger and hoisin sauce are irresistible when combined with the deep flavors of short ribs.
Rack of lamb smothered in non-dairy pesto before roasting is one of life’s guilty pleasures!