Believe it or not, it does get cold in Texas. In fact, it can actually get below freezing. That means winterize my garden and get them ready. But the problem is because my garden bed is so high off the ground, the sides of the garden beds don’t insulate as well, meaning cold weather can […]Read More Brace Yourselves, Winter is Coming
Binging with Babish is one of my go-to’s for the entertainment version of comfort food. (There’s actually a lot of these type shows, maybe a blog about that another time) As if by fate, somehow I saw two of his episodes back-to-back and decided to combine them into one dish: Chicken in Waffles & Nashville […]Read More Chicken ‘in’ Waffles
Last week was my father’s 85th birthday. He used to be a huge fan of apple butter, so I found a crock pot recipe and made a batch, jarred it and gave to him as a present (No need to blog it, didn’t deviate from the original recipe for this, just follow the link). I […]Read More Stuffed Pork Loin
October is National Chili Month. Unfortunately, in Texas in October, temperatures can easily be in the high 80s and even 90s, making it a bit too warm for chili. This year, however, we had a cool front starting in September and for October we had a cold front with overcast and rain! Highs in the […]Read More Chilly Weather Means Chili Weather!
Years ago I discovered the hot sauce, Cholula and instantly loved it. It had a different flavor than Tabasco, which I didn’t care for as it was a bit sweet & thin for me. Looking at the ingredients, I saw it used a pepper I wasn’t familiar with: Pequin. Since then, I’ve tried my hand […]Read More Over a Year in the Making!