Save a Ham Bone, Feed a Cowboy Soup Recipe leaves no doubt that it delivers a hearty bowl that will satisfy your hunger. I love cooking soups from items on hand. It is a great way to feed your creativity, use leftovers, maximize time for your passions. Serving soup in the evening is an easy meal to reheat after a long day at work or play. Continue reading “Save a Ham Bone, Feed a Cowboy Soup Recipe”
Cold February is a good month for hot soup. Cauliflower Comfort Soup- Heals What Ails Ya’ or at least warms you so that you’re ready. Preparation is armor for any task or battle that may present. Continue reading “Cauliflower Comfort Soup- Heals What Ails Ya’”
Using turkey carcass creating white turkey chili is a magic trick. Well not really magic but it is the first thing that Grill Man enjoyed eating when flipping flu showed up uninvited. Apparently when you have flipping flu everything that you eat does not taste good. Imagine my continuous surprise when after whipping up a made-from-scratch meal, Grill Man didn’t like it. We won’t discuss how many times it happened. Continue reading “Using Turkey Carcass creating White Turkey Chili”
Weary Souls Chicken Soup Recipe was exactly what I needed. My three-week stint of house guests rotating in and out had put us through the paces. The 20 house guests (yes, 20) came and went over the course of the three weeks. The answer to your question is no. I am NOT crazy, weary but not crazy. Continue reading “Weary Souls Chicken Soup Recipe”
Waste Not Want Not Series:
potatoes, corn, carrots, garlic and mushrooms
“Waste not want not” is a hats off tribute to my Irish Grandmother Theda Faye who was the Queen of Thrifty. In our childhood home, my Dad was not a fan of eating leftovers which certainly went against the grain of Theda’s Faye’s entire philosophy. Continue reading “Waste Not Want Not Series Shrimp Chowder”
In Louisiana, it’s called Mirliton. In other parts of the world, it has other names from Chayote squash to christophene, sayote to cho-cho and so on. I believe that Mirliton is an often ignored, item to cook with. Growing up in Louisiana, it appeared on our dinner table occasionally. It is an item, that I cook with regularly whether it is a soup, dressing or stuffed.
Spicy Corn and Crawfish Chowder and November arriving has our attention focused on Fall season. Leaves are changing and finally falling. Our weather has turned cool. Well, Hades has left us here on the Gulf Coast, but it is not cool. On the Gulf Coast we are able to still wear sandals, short sleeves and paddle boarding is still an option. I won’t even think about sweaters until later in the year.
When people think of foods that represent Louisiana, Gumbo is always at the top of the list. As a signature dish, Gumbo certainly represents the melting pot that New Orleans became famous for. The different countries that owned the territory of Orleans that eventually became Louisiana, all left their stamp in the architecture and the cuisine.