As you might remember, about a month ago I hosted an Italian themed meal for some family and friends. Even though no one went away hungry there were a lot of leftovers; both prepared dishes and individual ingredients. It’s easy to consume the prepared dishes, right? Just reheat and eat. But, I needed to find… Continue reading Easy Beef & Broccoli: Leftover Italian To Chinese In A Flash
Every day is a national something day. It’s too much. But, I couldn’t pass this one up… Happy National Garlic Day!
I have a love affair with ham. My husband doesn’t understand it but it’s real and it’s deep. It’s ingrained through my mom’s side of the family. A phrase my cousin, sister and I are always saying (in our mother’s voices), “We got ham!” It used to be to make fun of them but now… Continue reading What To Do With Leftover Easter Ham
I love Salade Niçoise! If you don’t know what it is, it is a beautiful arranged salad with lots of different ingredients: tomatoes, olives, eggs, green beans, potatoes and (usually) seared tuna. I make one a few times a year and it always seems like a special treat. I am putting the recipe for this… Continue reading Seared Tuna with Niçoise Relish
Ahhh…. The Masters. I used to detest watching golf on TV. I did not ever play golf (still don’t) and watching it on television felt like pure torture. Well, I don’t know how it happened but I have done a complete 180! Without getting really off track- Tiger Woods won his first green jacket when I was… Continue reading A Tradition Unlike Any Other