Hello everyone! We are definitely into grilling season now. Here is a quick reference guide to remember what the “safe” internal temperatures are for grilling meat. A printable version is at the bottom of this post. Remember, pull your meat off the grill (or out of the oven) at these temperatures. Then, let your meat… Continue reading Internal Temperature Guideline
Labor Day Weekend feels like the last celebration of summer. It isn’t of course. Technically, summer continues until nearly the end of September but it FEELS like it. I, for one, am always ready for fall so I really like to celebrate summer on this “last weekend” since we will probably have chili or short… Continue reading Labor Day Weekend
First of all, I would like to thank each of you for your kind response to my cookbook release. It has been very exciting! I can’t tell you how happy it makes me to hear that the Veal Spinach Loaf you made disappeared in 20 minutes at your family’s Easter gathering or how you loved… Continue reading Pork Chops: Thick-Cut, Bone-In, Full of Flavor!
Overall, I’m a crab leg kind of a girl but I had a desire to try to make some lobster at home. I am not prepared to buy a whole lobster, seems like too much of a pain. But a lobster tail… that seems like something I can handle. So, I went to the grocery… Continue reading Grilled Lobster Tails (for beginners)
Even though the official end of summer isn’t until September 22nd, it always feels like summer is over after Labor Day. And I’m actually quite happy about that. The kids are back in school and I am so looking forward to the beautiful fall weather. Also, I am always ready for “fall foods” by this… Continue reading Kebab or Kabob?