Drunken Red Beans with New Mexican Rice

Drunken Red Beans with New Mexican Rice

Yes, the picture above is the same as yesterday. That post was for the turkey medallions on the right, recipe circa 1988. The beans and rice on the top and left are, on the other hand, much more recent recipes: 1991! If you have never seen Rice: The Amazing Grain by...
Turkey Medallions with Tequila Lime Sauce

Turkey Medallions with Tequila Lime Sauce

    “I need help,” Suzen said. She had a different tone to her voice. My wife often asks for help. I will get in trouble for saying this, but she has a tendency to misplace things. Keys, phone, iPad, keys. Especially the keys. She “knows” where it item has...
Zucchini, Tomato, Onion, Ricotta Salata and Bread Salad

Zucchini, Tomato, Onion, Ricotta Salata and Bread Salad

Oh, it’s winter and grilling is something you probably cannot conceive of. For this salad, you need grilled veggies but you can do this indoors. Your stove may have a grilling section, or you can buy a simple grilling surface to fit over your regular burners. Why now,...

Where Are The Posts, Brian?

Sorry. I’ve blogged very little in the past three weeks, my longest streak of being non-productive. What happened? My daughter visited from Seattle, got sick, got me sick, she left, I stayed here. I’m still sick. But, the posts will rise again. Like later...
Chili Mocha Frosting

Chili Mocha Frosting

Sometimes life does get better. And easier. For example, a couple of years ago, a Starbucks opened on our block. It’s around the corner, to be true, but in a short walk of 400 feet we can have our java anytime we want. There is no excuse, no matter how wet or snowy or...