Author Archives: tbuzzee

Zippy Apple Kielbasa Bites

I follow a nifty facebook page called “Welcome to My Kitchen,” which shares all sorts of interesting recipes, such as this one. Kinda surprisingly, I did not change the recipe too, too much, aside from adding my standard Sherry Peppers … Continue reading

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Grilled Teriyaki Skewers

Today’s post isn’t so much of a recipe as it is a method. A wicked tasty method, but, simply a method, still. I did next to nothing. My husband came across a skewer special while we were at Whole Foods … Continue reading

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Cranberry Glazed Turkey Breast

Everyone seems to be doing “Christmas in July” sales and the such, so why not add to the celebration by enjoying a turkey dinner? It’s not just for fall and winter anymore! What is kinda cool is; this turkey dinner … Continue reading

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Garlic Roasted Cocktail Shrimp

Earlier in the week, I shared my new fave Cocktail Sauce recipe. Now, let’s toss together a most excellent batch of shrimp to enjoy with that tasty, zippy sauce. And, the best part? While, sure you can serve these fine … Continue reading

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A Better Cocktail Sauce

I have long loved my kinda homemade cocktail sauce. Sure, I start out with jarred chili sauce, and ketchup, and horseradish, and stuff; but, when combined correctly, the whole is so much more than just the sum of its parts. … Continue reading

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Let’s ALL Firecracker!

Just in time for your summer holiday weekend – Firecracker Sauce! It is most excellent on pork or shrimp or fish tacos – but try it on burgers in place of plain old mayonnaise – you may never go back. … Continue reading

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Coconut Chicken Soup

Summer has finally arrived in these parts – meaning that it is hot. It is sticky. The air feels as though it is weighing down on you when you step outside. So, it is the perfect time to make a … Continue reading

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Three Bean Pasta Salad

We all know that summer gatherings are, more than likely, gonna feature a salad of some kind or another. Potato. Bean. Pasta. Hmmm… but, how about a bean and pasta salad? And one without any mayo, so, easy to transport … Continue reading

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Consider Your Salad Bowl(s)

As Julia Child once said: “Always start out with a larger pot than what you think you need.” The same could be said for your salad bowl. Consider the two bowls shown. The blue swirl glass bowl is perfectly sized … Continue reading

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Blanched Asparagus

I cannot tell you how many times each week I find myself blanching a big batch of asparagus for use in salads and what have you. Especially now that my local markets seem to have them hovering at a bit … Continue reading

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