OK, it is way past Cinco de Mayo but I am behind on my posts. Between golf season and gardening, I have just been doing easy posts. Here are the fajitas I made for Cinco de Mayo. Better late than never. Continue reading Beef Fajitas
A spring day spent in the garden means you want to spend as much time as possible outside but you are busy and want something not to fussy. I made Grilled Chicken Scallopini. It cooks up quickly, lets me be outside barbecuing and tastes great! Continue reading Grilled Chicken Scallopini
Barbecue season is back! Hooray! We all love the meat and seafood cooked on the grill but the side dishes are often given less attention. We love garlic bread so we must have a version for the barbecue. Continue reading Grilled Garlic Bread
When I was growing up and through a lot of my youth, hamburgers meant mixing eggs, bread crumbs, and a bunch of other stuff with hamburger and forming patties. We lied to ourselves we were doing it to increase the texture of flavour. However, as soon as I started cooking the beef by itself (ok, I will sprinkle on seasonings) I realized we were only doing it to stretch the beef. Fair enough. We weren’t rich. Now, I want a beefy burger.
However, She Who Must Be Obeyed said she wanted more flavour in the meat. I always do what I’m told, the cheque is in the mail, etc. Continue reading Beefier Burgers
It was one of those days. She Who Must Be Obeyed and I had been working in the garden all day and we were beat. We needed something quick for supper. We had salads made and some nice French bread. We had also taken out two single serving fillet pieces of wild sockeye salmon to thaw that morning. The solution was an incredibly easy grilled salmon.