Has anyone ever tried fish from a can?? This will be the first time in my life. . . . Not a fan of Tuna in a can, But for lunch today, I just really wanted a crab cake. Um, so how did we get here?? Well – we are here, because I’m currently notContinue reading “Fish From a Can??”
Salmon Po’Boy Sandwichwith Remoulade Sauce The po-boy is Louisiana’s take on the sub. Typically it’s served on a flaky, crunchy bread, but it’s known for the hearty seafood fillings. For this recipe we made ours with salmon filets, baked in the oven with southern spices. And we’re serving the sandwiches “dressed,” or paired with crispyContinue reading “Here Fishy Fishy. . . .”
If Cauliflower can somehow become Pizza. . . . than you my friend can DO Anything! unknown Add whatever your favorite pizza toppings are, in the post we used left over shrimp for a shrimp scampi pizza and a meat lovers. Yummy, see you in the kitchen!
This cold, blistering weather has me day-dreaming about warmer weather and reminiscing about our honeymoon in Hawaii. Flipping through old photos from our honeymoon and remembering all the delicious dinners we had! It made me want to recreate one of my favorites while visiting the islands. For those who have visited Hawaii, you know thatContinue reading “Pineapple Bang-Bang Chicken”
That was a rhetorical question, you have no choice – We are Married! Each year February 14th rolls around people exchange cards, candy or flowers with their special ‘valentine’. Valentine’s Day is named after a Christian martyr which dates back to the 5th century. It has origins with both Greek and Roman mythology. My favoriteContinue reading “Will you be my Valentine??”
If you have read previous posts, you know that Peter and I lived alone for majority of the years we dated. A food staple in both of our lives was always a big bowl of Chili. Gave us comfort on a cold winter days, makes a lot – so it’s super easy to freeze, thaw,Continue reading “Friendly Competition Among Lovers”
Once your sliders are constructed, mix up the sauce and pour over the sliders. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees, cover the AirBake pan with aluminum foil and bake for 10 minutes covered, remove the foil and cook for another 10-12 minutes until the tops of the rolls are a perfectly golden brown. **For theContinue reading “The Secret Ingredient is Always Cheese”
Can’t Have a Football Game without these Wings. . . . .I did let these Chicken Marinate in the Chipotle Mixture for 2 hours before I baked them. You can do it but if you don’t have time don’t worry about it.