Some Bishops have announced that it is OK to eat corned beef since St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Friday during Lent. I guess you will have to check with your particular parish for the rules that apply to your area. Or just plan a trip to the confessional…
Anyway – I’m not much for corned beef and cabbage myself. I would rather have stuffed cabbage, or a corned beef sandwich.
I have made it a few times. Here is my recipe that dates back before slow cookers and processed foods, so no seasoning packet. I guess you could call it natural. There are no artificial ingredients other than what they use to cure the corned beef. I think the next time I make it I might add the brown sugar and mustard from MamaGourmand’s recipe below. Continue reading
Rejoice! Its a great day to bake cookies!
That’s right, turn that nice oven on and bake some cookies.
Bake a lot of cookies.
Eat a few.
Freeze the rest so you’ll be able to enjoy home baked cookies when you don’t want to turn the oven on!
Just an idea…
Try Potato Chip Cookies
You know, one of my go to recipes is the Potatoes and Chicken Teriyaki. Its fast and easy, and the boys like it. I like it once in a while, but…
Well, I had that planned for dinner. Not only did I not want to eat it, I dreaded even cooking it. Continue reading
Oh yeah! It is that time of year again. One of our favorite seasonal foods is chicken with zucchini and tomatoes. Everything is fresh right now, and it is sooooo good!
Ever since Cinco de Mayo, I have been craving fajita vegetables. I can’t walk past a bin of green peppers without buying one. No one else here eats them, so I only need one.
Its really just grilled peppers and onions with a twist. You can use them on burgers, or brats, or make fajitas, or just eat them. They are so good! A great idea for your next barbecue.
No, I’m too old to be pregnant… Continue reading