Manchego Frittata Mimi Style

Waste Not Want Not
Left overs-2 cups Mashed Potatoes

Manchego Frittata  Mimi Style recipe is a salute to one of my favorite countries, Spain. Far too long ago, I was able to travel to Madrid and Barcelona Spain. I fell in love with Spain and everything that it had to offer. Bold colors, flamingo dancing, spicy food and passionate people who welcome you to their country. Continue reading “Manchego Frittata Mimi Style”

Rustic Peach Tart

Rustic Peach Tart recipe is the simplest of desserts. All of the ingredients that are stocked in our pantry with the one addition of fresh peaches. Serve peaches freshly picked firm and juicy. Be aware that the peach juice is ready and willing to drip down as you reach in for a bite. Continue reading “Rustic Peach Tart”

Breakfast Spicy Sausage Polenta Recipe

Breakfast Spicy Sausage Polenta is an easy recipe to serve for your family or company. It encompasses foods and flavors that I love to eat and serve. Down South, we are known for our “grits” at the breakfast table. In Italy, polenta is used in a variety of ways for breakfast, soups, appetizers or entrees. Continue reading “Breakfast Spicy Sausage Polenta Recipe”

Beach Ready? New Fresh Potato Salad Recipe

New Fresh Potato Salad Recipe is a must for your summer table. Summer and families place high demands on every second of our day. New Fresh Potato Salad will squeeze in well to your hectic day and table. This dish is fresh,  easy to make,  compliments any protein and will be a welcome take-a-long to your plans. Continue reading “Beach Ready? New Fresh Potato Salad Recipe”

Spicy Squash Pudding Recipe

Spicy Squash Pudding Recipe is delicious. This recipe is one that you will want to use now and later. At this time of year when yellow squash is plentiful in my yard, I have my version of a food challenge. How many ways can you make squash before you tire of it? So far, so good. Continue reading “Spicy Squash Pudding 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”

Culinary Bag Fish-n-Veggies

 Culinary Bag Fish-n-Veggies  describes the components of this dish. Culinary Parchment Cooking Bags from Paper Chef  give a perfect vehicle to enclose your freshest fish and assorted vegetables. This bag will envelope, steam and keep all the flavors locked in until you deliver the magic to your plate. Bags allow for easy cleanup along with the fresh flavors that it delivers. Continue reading “Culinary Bag Fish-n-Veggies”

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”

Weary Souls Chicken Soup Recipe

 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”

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”