Busy Mom’s Beckon The Bacon Frittata Recipe

Certainly, it is no secret if you’re a Mom, life is busier than even you can believe. Between care giving, housekeeping, laundry and other Mom duties life is hectic. You’re crazy busy even before you start buying groceries and contemplating meals. Busy Mom’s Beckon The Bacon Frittata recipe may be your answer to breakfast or lunch. Continue reading “Busy Mom’s Beckon The Bacon Frittata Recipe”

Save a Ham Bone, Feed a Cowboy Soup Recipe

Vintage Occupied Japan dishes filled with Leftover ham bone ready to become new recipe Save a Ham Bone, Feed a Cowboy Soup Recipe www.diningwithmimi.com
Ham Bone from 12-15 pound ham leftover from Dinner party

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”

Southern Girls Instant Pot Intro- Venison Cutlets

My adventures for the new year include one southern girls Instant Pot Intro- Venison Cutlets. You may be wondering how a pot, instant or other wise could be classified as an adventure. If this question has entered your mind clearly your Momma’n’em didn’t use the Southern Girls quick meal trick with a giggly  pressure cooker. Continue reading “Southern Girls Instant Pot Intro- Venison Cutlets”

Salmon Sockeye It To Me Quiche

Salmon Sockeye It To Me Quiche recipe is a delicious breakfast dish that will please any salmon lover. Wild-caught sockeye salmon is a great staple to keep in your pantry all year.  Simple ingredients that deliver a tasty morsel that you will be happy to serve for company. Serve for breakfast, brunch or lunch. Continue reading “Salmon Sockeye It To Me Quiche”

Old Southern Rice Dressing Recipe

Old Southern Rice Dressing Recipe is my new favorite side dish to serve with a large turkey. A delicious side dish which feeds a crowd and everyone will love on your Fall table. Often times, my favorite recipes come to me wrapped in love from friends or family. It is important to learn how to cook a recipe that deserves being passed down from one family member to another. Continue reading “Old Southern Rice Dressing Recipe”

Sweet Baby Lima’s

Sweet Baby Lima’s recipe is a must for your recipe box. Assuming that you have planted lima’s in your garden, you will love the delicate fresh flavor. I still remember shelling peas and beans with my Grandmother Louise one Summer. During my visit, her friends would sit with us for a spell in the yard and share in the work. My little ears enjoyed the adult stories as we worked on the peas and beans. Continue reading “Sweet Baby Lima’s”

Southern Turnip Greens

Southern Turnip Greens is a dish that I love to serve. Fresh turnip greens cooked with turnip roots is a delicious addition to any meal. Southern turnip greens and roots tastes fresh with a unique flavor that lightly touches the sweet, savory and bitter on your palate. My love for them has evolved over time. Continue reading “Southern Turnip Greens”

Southern Zipper Peas Recipe

Southern Zipper Pea Recipe is a great dish to store in your “little wooden recipe box”. You must have  one in your kitchen.  Everyone has a wooden recipe box , right? Or even an updated whizz-bang-techno-recipe iPad or computer device? Despite having access to technology, I am still in love with my antique wooden box. I confess, I have more than one. Continue reading “Southern Zipper Peas Recipe”

Spicy Sausage Cheese Egg Pies

Spicy Sausage Cheese Egg Pies are a great breakfast item to serve when you have a house of company. Pop egg pies in oven, set timer and walk away.  Egg Pies allow for much-needed coffee time on the porch while baking. Continue reading “Spicy Sausage Cheese Egg Pies”

Waste Not Want Not Series Shrimp Chowder

The Queen of Thrifty taught me Waste Not Want Not
The Queen of Thrifty as a young woman and Herbert

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”