Monthly Archives: May 2015

There Are No Blues With A Kiss of Sugar (May 31 – June 6, 2015)

Admittedly, I have a sweet tooth. I am one of those who adds a dash of sugar to any of my tomato or marinara sauces. Yes, as a confession, I add sugar to my black-eyed peas. Just enough sugar will … Continue reading

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Is Your Beef Boring? (May 24 – May 30, 2015)

With all of our modern appliances, tools, gadgets and interest in cooking, I am always amazed by how many really don’t understand how to make beef, chicken or lamb taste good. Yes, it depends on the cut and the style … Continue reading

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Classics Can Still Feed the Masses (May 17 – May 23, 2015)

How do you feed a hungry household an a budget? The Dutch descendants have been doing it for centuries by utilizing the classic Dutch oven. It is time to “Chef-up” some standard dishes and wake up your family to quality … Continue reading

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Joy That Lasts A Lifetime (May 10 – May 16, 2015)

Mother’s Day isn’t special with floral detailing. A lovely breakfast tray highlighted with an adorable bud vase filled with fresh flowers sets the tone for special attention. An omelette, blintzes, and fruit filled crepes all evoke the message of thoughtful … Continue reading

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A Flavor Fest Abounds (May 3 – May 9, 2015)

Cinco de Mayo is a festive holiday celebrating Hispanic heritage on May 5. The cuisine is delicious and the condiments are bright in color. In south Texas, rolled up tortillas filled with scrambled egg, beef or chicken are called soft … Continue reading

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