thanks so much for the awesome comments!!!! i was so excited yesterday to find THREE of them in my comment box! woot woot!!! toni, your meal sounds lovely. you mentioned a while back that you were thinking about doing a smoked turkey breast from oklahoma joe’s, and i’ve been salivating ever since. i bet it’s wonderful. if you have any leftover, i wanna try it! … Continue reading thanksgiving continued…
i’m sure every one of you out there has thanksgiving already figured out. you’re either traveling to the turkey, or preparing it in your own home. and to those of you tofurkiers ~ here’s to you as well!!! this thanksgiving is a big deal for me ~ for the first time, my family is coming to MY house, and i am preparing the dinner! i … Continue reading thanksgiving!!!!
i’ve posted this amazing chili before, but i’ve added some ingredients and variations that i really love. plus, it’s just SO GOOD. i made it last night for some hungry guys, and it really hit the spot on a friday night. BLACK BEAN CHILI brown some ground beef or turkey in a bit of olive oil. it can be as lean as you can find … Continue reading black bean chili.
this was a VERY good idea. i don’t have that many, but i can say this was one of them! the morning glory muffin is my all-time favorite muffin. it’s got the kitchen sink: banana, pineapple, carrots, dried fruit, walnuts, you name it! i love it with pineapple, but i didn’t have any. these muffins are packed with healthy ingredients, but also packed with lots … Continue reading morning glory muffin bread.
sometimes i create my own concoctions with no recipe. it’s always a risk, but this soup really turned out incredible. i will definitely make this again! CABBAGE STEW brown some onion, garlic and ground beef in some olive oil, in a dutch oven. or leave out the beef for a vegetarian version. add some caraway seeds, steak seasoning, and a little worcestershire sauce to this … Continue reading cabbage stew.