Sometimes simple is best. I have had green bean casseroles, stir fries and beans in sauce. Nothing quite measures up to grilled green beans. The beans sweeten a bit as they char and the flavour intensifies. I decided to add a bit of heat and Berbere Green beans were born. Continue reading Berbere Green Beans
My foodie friend and talented blogger, Simone of Foodie Home Chef has kindly supplied another of her creative recipes for my humble blog. Check out her great site for many more examples of her culinary skills! Continue reading Za’atar Chicken & Pasta Salad by Foodie Home Chef
I have been honoured to have a great cook and foodie share some of her recipes with my followers. Simone of Foodie Home Chef has been generous enough to allow me to post another of her great creations. I really suggest you check her blog out. There are so many tasty tidbits and her photography is beautiful!
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I am really impressed with this recipe. It has such a great use of varied colours and textures. Plus, anyone who roasts vegetables knows about building flavour. I know you will like her post! Continue reading Quinoa with Chicken & Roasted Vegetable Medley by Foodie Home Chef
In my last post, I made Hoisin Glazed Chicken Skewers as She Who Must Be Obeyed wanted Brochettes. As long as I had the Louisiana Grills Smoker fired up and I was doing Brochettes anyway, why not do the vegetables in the smoker? I couldn’t think of a good reason so I did. Continue reading Easy Vegetable Brochettes
I was invited to a pot luck dinner. I was assigned to bring a green vegetable. ARGH! If you cook a vegetable before you go, it will be either cold or mush from being kept warm too long. If you cook at the hosts home, you are in their way in their kitchen. I got around it by making a Broccoli Salad. Delicious cold green vegetables to the rescue. Continue reading Broccoli Salad
When we had Heather and Bill over, we made an old dish that has been around for decades. It is one of those old recipes that use canned tomato soup. Most are kind of dodgy but this one is great. There is a reason it has stood the test of time and we feel it was good enough to make for guests. The recipe is Copper Pennies and is a dish of marinated carrots. Continue reading Copper Pennies