Sun Kiss Loquat Sauce

Loquats are here. Loquats are there. And now they’re everywhere in my kitchen. With the county being on lockdown, no one has taken me up on the loquats this year. Hence, Sun Kiss Loquat Sauce created to be slathered over something yummy. How many ways could I use or cook loquats?

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Unprocessed Candied Jalapeno Coleslaw

Like most of us, I enjoy a creamy crunchy coleslaw. Although a main ingredient mayonnaise is not part of my new weight reduction plan. It is hard to think of picnics, BBQ, fried chicken or seafood without coleslaw. I wanted to create a fresh side dish recipe without mayonnaise. Vinegar , sugar and spice would have to replace the mayonnaise in my fresh side dish. Prepare my recipe for Unprocessed Candied Japapeno Coleslaw that even my Dad loved.

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Salubrious Turnip Greens and Roots

Salubrious or not, turnip greens, roots or rutabagas will rarely be on the list of favorite vegetables for children or adults. Never ever have I seen a child scream for more greens. Unless the green they’re screaming for is referring to money in lieu of turnips. Thankfully as our palate improves over time we learn to enjoy flavor filled earthy bitter tastes. Salubrious turnip greens and roots is exactly what your body needs although maybe not what your heart desires.

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Seasoned Ahi Tuna Steaks Sear Then Flip Recipe

Seasoned Ahi Tuna Steaks Sear Then Flip Recipe, really is that easy. Ahi tuna delivers on taste and if cooked this way delivers a fast meal. Head to your local fish market and buy fresh tuna if this is an option.  Large grocery chains sell Ahi tuna steaks flash frozen, individually wrapped and is the next best thing if your grill man doesn’t fish. Continue reading “Seasoned Ahi Tuna Steaks Sear Then Flip Recipe”

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”

Picnic Worthy Roasted Poblano Corn Salad

Weather on the Gulf Coast calls out for a Picnic Worthy Roasted Poblano Corn Salad. Cool breezes with lots of warm sunshine mixed in for good measure make a great recipe for a picnic outing. Whether you are planning a beach or lunch picnic, this recipe will serve alongside any sandwich or protein. Continue reading “Picnic Worthy Roasted Poblano Corn Salad”

Smoky Roasted Poblano, Tomatillo and Tomato Salsa

Tray loaded with fresh tomatoes, tomatillios, poblano peppers, onion and garlic for Smoky Roasted Poblano, Tomatillo and Tomato Salsa www.diningwithmimi.com
Using fresh ingredients will offer the best flavor and nutrition for your salsa.

Cinco de Mayo is around the corner and requires a Smoky Roasted Poblano, Tomatillo and Tomato Salsa that is delicious. Since I love Mexican food whipping up a salsa would be easy. Using fresh ingredients and the flavors that I love in Mexican food are easy to combine until you reach just the right amount of spicy heat and flavor magic. Continue reading “Smoky Roasted Poblano, Tomatillo and Tomato Salsa”

Drowning Seasoned Pork Roast in Yesterday’s Wine

Drowning Seasoned Pork Roast in Yesterday’s Wine is the start for a good meal.  In the rare event that you have leftover wine, save it. Cork it and add to pantry to use for cooking later or in this recipe. Using an electric pressure cooker will make quick work for a tender 6 pound pork roast. In today’s busy world, time saved is invaluable. Rarely do any of us have too much time. This recipe and cooker is a time saver. Continue reading “Drowning Seasoned Pork Roast in Yesterday’s Wine”

Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix Recipe for Jacked-Up Cornbread

Using Jiffy corn muffin mix recipe for Jacked-Up Cornbread it is the way to go for spicy and never dry cornbread. Down South dry cornbread is a sin and something to be avoided. However,  after slaving in a hot kitchen if your cornbread turns out dry don’t toss it.

Save it for making southern dressing. And by dressing I don’t mean salad dressing. If your unsure what I am talking about, please reach out to me.  You may use your cornbread crumbs and I am happy to share a fabulous recipe for Southern Dressing Continue reading “Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix Recipe for Jacked-Up Cornbread”

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”