Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Garlic Dill Green beans with White wine and olive oil


Hello Everyone, I honestly had not planned to make a new recipe last night after my awful day. However, I was working on supper and it just came to me. So I went with it! Good thing I did because these green beans were sooo good...even cold. This would make a good holiday dish or just a dish for every day! 

Garlic Dill Green Beans with White Wine and olive oil

2 lbs Fresh green beans
(Ends snapped, and then snapped in half)
3 cloves of garlic chopped
(small but not to small)
1 T Dill Weed
1 T Olive oil
(for the garlic)
1 T Olive oil
1/4 C White Wine
(I use cooking wine)
Sprinkle of Onion Powder
Sprinkle of salt

In a skillet put your 1 T of olive oil. Put it on the stove and heat the olive oil up. Please make sure its hot so that the garlic doesn't just sit in it. Next put your chopped garlic in it. Stir around and eat till it starts to get golden. Add your green beans and dill weed in  toss to coat. Cook on a medium heat.  When the green beans get a nice and warm, add your last tablespoon of olive oil, and your white wine. Then add salt and onion powder. Cook till the wine has reduced. Keep stirring. The garlic will brown but that's okay! Do not cook the green beans till they are soggy. They need to be cooked till almost all cooked. They need to have a crunch. Takes about ten minutes or so but just eye it.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Guest Post from Tampa Cake Girl

 Good Afternoon Everyone,
While I'm away at the drs, my good friend Cydnee has offered to do a guest blog post for me. You can check out her pages: Facebook Page. Make sure to go like her page...Shes awesome.
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Hi, I am Cydnee, also known as Tampa Cake Girl. I am a new blogger, less than a year. I am here today to help my dear friend out and give you a new recipe. This recipe is so versatile that it could be enjoyed for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner.

Crustless Quiche with Sausage, Mushrooms and Caramelized Onions

Ingredients:
6 eggs
1 1/2 cups of half and half
1 teaspoon of dry mustard
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 - 1 teaspoon pepper
2 cups of sharp cheddar cheese
1 pound ground breakfast sausage (I used Jimmy Dean)
8 ounces sliced mushrooms (I used baby Bellas)
2 onions, cut in slices, cut slices in half
2 teaspoons butter, divided
2 teaspoons vegetable oil, divided

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a  9 x 13 rectangular pan or 2 pie pans with PAM.

Brown sausage.  Drain and put aside. Sauté mushrooms in one teaspoon of butter and one teaspoon of vegetable oil. Drain on paper towels.  Sauté onions in one teaspoon butter and one teaspoon of oil. You want to stir the caramelize onions.  Do not let them burn, just cook onions until they are the color of caramel ice cream topping!

Using your mixer, blend eggs, half and half, mustard, salt and pepper.  Whip until mixed and aerated. Stir in sausage, mushrooms and onions. Add cheese. Mix well and pour into prepared pan(s). Bake for 30 or until
eggs are set. Cooking time may need to be adjusted if using pie pans.

This recipe is low carb and gluten free. Add a salad if you are having for dinner, or add a fruit salad and a muffin for breakfast or lunch. Make this dish meatless for a hearty vegetarian meal. Enjoy!



Monday, April 14, 2014

Simple Supper Tuesday Linky Party #12

Welcome back to Simple Supper Tuesday, the party featuring QUICK, EASY recipes, perfect for those busy weeknights. So, please share your crock pot, 30 minutes or 5 ingredient recipes (easy desserts are also welcome)!!!
 

I am happy to be co-hosting with 2 other fantastic bloggers....

Cindy Hun Whats For Dinner

Nettie Moore Or Less Cooking Blog


The Party Rules

1.Please link up Crock Pot and/or EASY recipes only (simple desserts are also welcome) 
2.Please link back to THIS post on Hun... What's for Dinner? 
3.Please use link to direct recipe, not to your home page. 
4.Please visit others and leave comments if a recipe catches your eye 
5.Any post that DOES NOT contain a recipe or food tutorial, will be deleted

Recipes that caught my eye: 







Buffalo Cheddar Bacon Chive Fries

Hello Everyone,
I found a cheese at the store called Buffalo Cheddar. I've been looking at it for months now. Well I finally came up with a recipe for it. Warning it is SPICY! However, this recipe is so versatile that you can use whatever you want.

Waffle Fries
1 Bag of frozen Waffle Fries
Oil for deep frying or just bake

Cheddar Sauce

1 block of your favorite cheese or in this case Buffalo Cheddar
1 C Milk
3 T butter
3 T Flour
Sprinkle salt and pepper

In a skillet or sauce pan melt your butter. Add flour, salt and pepper. Whisk till combined. Add your milk and shredded cheese. Whisk till smooth. Set aside.

Waffle Fries
(Deep fried first or you can bake)
Cheddar Sauce
Cooked Bacon
Chives

Lay your waffle fries in a pie plate or cookie sheet. Pour your cheddar sauce over all the fries. Add bacon and chives on top. Bake for about 5 or so minutes. Serve with sour cream or ranch.


Friday, April 11, 2014

Raspberry Candied Bacon Dark Chocolate Brownies



Hello Everyone,
This month we are doing Chocolate and boy do I have a chocolate recipe for you! I'm in a group of bloggers that are awesomely crazy.   So when it was time to come up a recipe for this month we let he voices go crazy. So here I present you:

Raspberry Candied Bacon Dark Chocolate Brownies
(Yes you heard it right bacon)

(Mix according to that recipe)

Candied Bacon

1/2 Lb Bacon
1 Cup of Brown Sugar
 
Take a cookie sheet and spray it. On a flat surface put brown sugar. Take bacon and coat it with brown sugar. Place it on the cooling rack that is on the cookie sheet. Bake at 400 for about half hour. Checking it every 10 minutes. Take it out and put it on a paper plate to cool. Once its cool then you need to dice it. 

Raspberry Sauce:
2 Tsp Corn Starch
1 1/2 Tsp Water
1/2 cup of Sugar
6 oz Fresh Raspberries

In a sauce pan mix your corn starch, water and sugar. Add in your raspberries and stir to coat. Turn it on low and let the raspberries breakdown. Make sure to keep stiring. Put in a jar to cool. 

Now to assemble:
Once you have made the brownie mix and poured it in your pan then you can add the toppings. Take a handful of candied bacon and sprinkle over the top of the brownie batter. Then take a couple spoonful of raspberry sauce and swirl it in the brownies.  Bake at 350 till brownies are done.  Top with remaining candied bacon and drizzle raspberry sauce on top. Serve with Vanilla Ice Cream

ENJOY!
4/7 The Rowdy Baker's Chocolaty Croissant Puffs
4/8 my Double Chocolate Cheesecake Pie 
4/10  Tampa Cake Girl
4/11 Cooking From A SAHM
4/12  Crumbs In My Mustachio
4/13 Hun. . . What's for Dinner?

Monday, April 7, 2014

Simple Supper Tuesday Linky Party #11

Welcome back to Simple Supper Tuesday, the party featuring QUICK, EASY recipes, perfect for those busy weeknights. So, please share your crock pot, 30 minutes or 5 ingredient recipes (easy desserts are also welcome)!!!
 

I am happy to be co-hosting with 2 other fantastic bloggers....

Cindy Hun Whats For Dinner

Nettie Moore Or Less Cooking Blog


The Party Rules

1.Please link up Crock Pot and/or EASY recipes only (simple desserts are also welcome) 
2.Please link back to THIS post on Hun... What's for Dinner? 
3.Please use link to direct recipe, not to your home page. 
4.Please visit others and leave comments if a recipe catches your eye 
5.Any post that DOES NOT contain a recipe or food tutorial, will be deleted

Recipes that caught my eye: 






Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Love with Food

Hello Everyone,
I'm so excited to work with Love with Food again :-) Check out what they are doing now.  They have a new service out now! It's called Love with Luv.....You know you wanna!!!

Love With Luv




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Many of you have been asking us for food that gets you into the mood, and that idea gave birth to this brand new subscription line! Check out Love with Luv for a free trial!"