It’s November! That means soup and stew season is on!
Of course, here in Houston it’s still in the 80′s and everyone is wearing shorts and t-shirts/tank tops….
But it’s the spirit of the season that’s important!! Heck, if all else fails, I can still turn my air conditioner way down and pretend it’s [...]
I know I’ve mentioned I like egg dishes before. But really, they never get old! And there’s so many variations!
Quiches! Stratas! Frittatas!
Let us not forget, though, the mighty breakfast casserole! So many things you can add, and all delicious.
I made mine a hashbrown casserole with onion, spinach, and ham added [...]
If there’s one thing I love, it’s a good quiche.
They’re so versatile and easy, yet delicious. Good for breakfast, good for lunch, good for dinner. A good quiche is hard to beat.
This is similar to a frittata I made a few weeks ago, but with sun-dried tomatoes instead of roasted peppers, [...]
Did everyone have a good Independence Day?
We had a fun, although quiet day here. In the morning, we visited the San Jacinto Memorial. I didn’t know what the monument would look like, and I was surprised to see just how big it was. It’s a huge column (it lacks the pointy, pyramid-like top of [...]
Whoever came up with the idea of using stainless steel for counters and sinks in kitchens needs to be kicked in the rear.
Our current apartment is a government employee housing complex that was built in the 70′s, and the kitchen counters and sink are all stainless steel.
In theory, stainless steel may sound [...]