Tomorrow I’ll continue my month of ice cream with one of my favorite ice creams ever, but I couldn’t wait to share some grill recipes for this Fourth of July weekend. Beer can chicken, grilled potato salad, grilled sweet corn and grilled peaches – an entire meal from the grill! Wishing you a safe, fun … Continue reading Grillin’ for the Fourth!
My aunt sent me this lamb marinade recipe a couple weeks ago. One of my uncle’s favorite dishes was lamb. His birthday would have been on Easter this year, but he passed away when I was young. To celebrate his memory, I roasted lamb for dinner on Sunday. Since we don’t eat a lot of … Continue reading Marinated Roasted Lamb
Wouldn’t dinner with your food blogging friends be great? That’s what I thought too. Since we’re spread out across the globe, I decided to host a virtual dinner party. Thanks to everyone who brought these great dishes for tonight’s meal! I hope you enjoy this springy Italian menu as much as I did! Dinner is … Continue reading Celebrating Spring With A Virtual Dinner Party
Today we’re coming home from Asia (in our culinary travels) just in time to enjoy Sunday dinner. For Josue, having a nice Sunday dinner is important because it was always the biggest and nicest meal of the week when he was growing up. Before our daughter was born we ate out on Sunday after church, … Continue reading Sunday Steak Dinner for Two
Last night I taught a cooking class for the St. James Moms. We made Pad Thai and Thai papaya salad. Here’s an illustrated recap of the evening: Thanks to everyone for coming! Although the dishes were a little complicated and the fish (I mean Thai) sauce was scary, it was fun to spend time with … Continue reading My First Cooking Class
While we don’t go into Bixby very often, we heard good things about a new barbecue restaurant so we ventured downtown to try out Jake’s Place BBQ. If you haven’t been there yet, I would definitely recommend it! According to their website, Jake’s Place started as a result of a hobby as Jake and his … Continue reading A New Restaurant Worth a Taste
If you’re an Irish-American like me, you might be planning to cook some corned beef for dinner this Thursday. Even if you’re not Irish, you can still join in the St. Paddy’s Day tradition. This year I decided to try something a little different — making my own corned beef. If you search for recipes … Continue reading St. Paddy’s Day is Coming!