My mee-maw had this big wooden biscuit bowl that I spent hours around. For a wedding gift, her uncle had carved it for her. I would sit on top of the kitchen table while she […]
Crawfish boils traditionally have corn and potatoes; however, I think this should hit the spot!
I recently had a request for some cold lunches to go. I thought this was a perfect subject for variety, so I reached out to some of my favorite blogger friends for help…ENJOY! Also, take […]
Finding specialty markets is such a treat and a diversion from the same ole, same ole that your traditional grocers offer. You will discover new meats, spices, and even produce that aren’t in your typical purchase list for the week.
Well, I challenged my cavepeeps to try something new, and when I saw these lamb testicles at a local market, I knew I had to give it a shot. We are supposed to be eating from the […]
A very generous friend of mine brought me some of his venison ~ ground, steaks, and a roast. I used the beautiful roast in this recipe; however, beef can be easily substituted.
Jennifer Robins at Predominantly Paleo and Vivian Cheng at The Real Food Guide have done a collaborative miracle for us. The beauty of the photos. The uniqueness of the recipes. The attention to detail. I’m […]
I may or may not have had jicama cut up in a salad in the past…I can’t remember. But I really enjoyed it as a stand-alone snack. To me it is like a cross between a mild radish and an apple. Sprinkle a little more flavoring on it and it makes a perfect snack.