Posts Tagged ‘vegetarian’

zuchini

Zucchini+tomatoes+basil+cheese=Good!

And that is pretty simple! (more…)

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The carrots were amazing!  They roasted 2 pounds of baby carrots in the oven at 400 degrees for about 20 minutes with some seasoning (Weber makes a good pre-mixed one or use what you have) and a little olive oil.  They were pulled out of the oven and drizzled with about 2 tablespoons of olive oil, 3 tablespoons of honey, and about 1 teaspoon of balsamic vinegar.  Pop them back into the oven for about 5 more minutes.  They were still a little crunchy, roasted to perfection & tasted wonderful!

Found this on pinterest! Just a picture and text.  The recipe does sound great and I love carrots!

I must say I do love elegant finger food!  And I really like brussel sprouts. You either love ‘em or hate ‘em. I happen to have almost an obsession with them!

Being from the hollers of Ky, I had no idea what Prosciutto was.  We just call it fancy ham around here. Well, that’s basically what it is. Prosciutto is a salt cured, dry aged Italian ham. Prosciutto has a delicate, buttery texture and is often served thinly sliced. So there you have it. (more…)

Fresh Summer Veggie Bake

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could have fresh vegetables all year long? My sweet neighbor hands my husband bags of these delicious veggies and this is what we baked!  Oh my goodness was it ever wonderful! (more…)

Home Made Seasoning Mixes

Posted: July 15, 2012 in Recipes
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Let this Momma brag! Our son, is a registered Kansas BBQ judge & wonderful home grown chef 🙂  makes his own home made seasonings.  He doubles these and they fit into a pint jar. They are so easy and you know what is in them! No MSG and unhealthy ingredients. (more…)

Food, wonderful food, is one of my fond memories as a child after being adopted at the age of 6. My parents  that adopted me owned a restaurant.   I thought they were rich because they had food!  And boy did I love olives!  So yes, this was one of my favorites. (more…)