Monthly Archives: March 2020

Key Lime Pie

We have a soft spot in our hearts around here for key lime pie. Usually, when the mood strikes, it is only the matter of a drive down the street to our local fishmonger/smokehouse/baker to pick up a slice or, … Continue reading

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Mustard Onion for Burgers and ?

We were chilling for the weekend, as one does when Sheltering in Place is the thing to do, and had a taste for burgers. As it so happened, I had a pound of ground round and pork meatloaf mix in … Continue reading

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Seasoned Salt

It was a dark and stormy… ermmm… morning, and Rich was sleeping in after a night of tossing and turning, so I decided to take a (quiet) moment too replenish my supply of seasoned salt. Sure, you can buy seasoned … Continue reading

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Let’s Get Cod!

Or scrod – or schrod – if you will. I have two local places I trust when I am looking for the best in fresh seafood. Sadly, my local independent fishmonger has closed for the duration of our state’s proactive … Continue reading

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Air Fryer Pork Tenderloin

I continue to be amazed at what, exactly, I can pop into the air fryer and have it turn out pretty darned amazingly. Consider pork tenderloin. My previous favorite way too prepare this particular cut was to slather some Major … Continue reading

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Risotto. In the Oven!

Yeh. I was skeptical as well. I mean, I have tried a lot of the “you don’t have to stir forever” options to make different risottos, and they were… Pretty good. This recipe (from the nice folk at Pure … Continue reading

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Parfait! Quiche aux Jambon (Ham Quiche)

This old, classic brunch favorite also happens to work a treat for dinner! It even, if you take my sister’s lead and start with a good store-bought pie crust, can be considered a simple, toss-together meal! Think about it. The … Continue reading

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Green Goddess Dip and…

I have long been tempted by the thought of Green Goddess Salad Dressing. Except… most recipes I have come across  in the past called for anchovies and tarragon – two things that I have not really cared for whenever I’ve … Continue reading

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Corned Beef Rub for Barbecue!

There’s still time! Don’t trust your corned beef to the spice packet that it comes with; make your own seasoning blend. I use this rub as the base for my slow cooked, then barbecued corned beef, and trust me, it … Continue reading

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Creamy Gorgonzola & Toasted Walnut Pasta Sauce

Rich gets recipe notifications from Sweet Paul that he shares with me if it especially interests him; or, if he thinks that it will especially interest me. A pasta sauce with Gorgonzola, cream, and toasted walnuts? Heck, yeah! When I … Continue reading

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