Tag Archive | Cheese
Today is National Noodle-Ring Day Make something new for dinner… 1 c noodles 1/2 tsPaprika 3 tbButter 1/4 lbCheese, swiss 1/2 tsSalt 2 Egg; well beaten Salt 3 tbFlour 3 cWater; boiling 1 1/2 cmilk Boil the noodles in salted water and cook about 10 minutes until tender. Drain and put into a well-greased ring mold. […]
Today is Moldy Cheese Day!
Today is National Cheese Pizza Day! Oh Hell YEAH!!
“How much cheese is a handful? How much more or less is a cupful? What is the capacity of a glass, a tumbler, or a soup ladle? What is the difference between a suspicion and a pinch? How much more is a good pinch? How much wine is a little, how many olives a few? […]
Little tid bit about me: I used to be very allergic to hot dogs. Not any particular brand of hot dogs, just hot dogs. But, I’ve out grown it and quite frankly, LOVE hot dogs. (Of course now I eat tofu dogs.) My favorite hot dog to make is one that has been grilled over […]
Sometimes the simplest meals are the most satisfying. That’s what last nights dinner was for us. Just some veggies and rice and we were content. You can keep things simple but still very flavorful with only a few ingredients. Here’s what I did to keep it simple yet tasty. What you’ll need for the Vegetables: […]
D and I are always on the lookout for really good food, especially if its vegetarian. Recently, our friend Amber posted her Cheesy Vegetarian Enchiladas that instantly had us drooling. So after the go ahead from Amber we decided to share it with you. Hope you enjoy! I had a variety of fresh veg in […]
The other night D and I made Pecan Encrusted Catfish with Roasted Vegetables in Penne Alfredo. When you add up the tally on this dish it seems a little expensive if taking into account the catfish, pecans, zuccini, squash, carrots, celery, heavy cream, parmesan, ramano, asiago, and mozzarella cheeses. However, if you make extra, you would be […]
As any home cook knows, when you discover a dish, so does your family… after all they’re the ones eating your creations whether they like it or not. My family is no different. So when Curry and I fell in love, my daughter fell in love as well. Having recently turned 16, she is a wonder of […]
The theme this past week at work has been stuffed burgers and cold plates. I’ve talked about cold plates here and there but not the stuffed burgers- A lady I work with tried a fried stuffed burger at another restaurant and was rather dissatisfied. The main complaint: It was dry. I was a little confused as […]
If you are like the average American, one of your favorite foods as a child was Grilled Cheese. I know it was for me and as an adult it brings back fond memories of being a child and sinking my teeth into hot cheesy goodness in toasy, buttery delight. My mouth waters even now thinking […]
Sometimes the best things that come from a kitchen are created out of whatever happens to be on hand. For instance, mayonnaise was created because there was olive oil in the kitchen, but no cream. My boss believes in the “Waste not want not” philosophy and we make all the food we have work in […]
According to VivaCincodeMayo.org the origins of this festive holiday are not to celebrate Mexican Independence day, (which is actually in September) what it really celebrates is the defeat of the French in Mexico. It is considered a celebration of “freedom and liberty” and the united front of America and Mexico. See their website for more […]