Today is the SUPER BOWL!!!! In honor of the festivities, and face it I live in Texas, we live for football down here – today is very special, I am bringing you Peanut Butter Pie. No bake, I didn’t really measure anything(like always), 7 ingredients and definitely really fattening, but [...]
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In October I got a new job, followed by 3 weeks of being sick, then I just kinda dropped the ball. With work and the holidays, I was just too tired to write. Now that the new year has started and i just got over being sick and snotty for [...]
So I have never had corn salsa. I’m not sure it even exists. But we had some leftover grilled corn on the cob in the fridge on taco night, so I decided to use it up. I made what I am now calling corn salsa, maybe it is more like [...]
Nothing brings on good feelings of great southern home cooking like a big plate of chicken fried steak and mashed potatoes, smothered in white country gravy. And while the paleo diet does not afford me the luxury of a creamy, flour-based gravy dripping off of each forkful, I still found [...]
Fall is upon us. It hasn’t been over 90 degrees here in three whole days. The weather is beautiful compared to the oppressive heat of the Texas summer. So in honor of cooler weather, I made a nice hearty soup, full of tender chicken and lots of fresh veggies. __________________________________________________________ [...]
Back in high school, there was a restaurant that everyone would go to. A lot of older friends, who had already graduated, seemed to work there at some point and you could always go in and run into some group of friends that you knew. We would always order this [...]
Oooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, chocolate!!!!!!! Layers of chocolate “pudding” and whipped cream come together to make a rich dessert that tastes very much like hot chocolate. Hot chocolate that reminds me of cool autumn and winter evenings. This is South Texas after all and our fall/winter season only lasts from mid-Novermber until sometime [...]
Pork chops baked with a sweet peach glaze and only 5 ingredients!!
Chicken lasagna filled with veggies. I use zucchini in place of pasta and chicken thighs to add extra flavor. Lasagna without all the carbs and guilt but all of the cheesey goodness!!!!!
I have never made red velvet cake from scratch, but it seemed like an easy way to celebrate the Independence Day holiday with red and blue. Admittedly, the blue turned out kinda green, but it still tastes amazing, lightly chocolate-y and delicious. I got the recipe from Adams, which just [...]