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Rosemary Sage Seasoning Salt Recipe

Rosemary Sage Seasoning Salt Recipe

During the winter, I have three herbs in my garden that are hearty enough to survive. The lavender tends to be something I prefer to use in the summer for baking or in lemonade. But the rosemary and sage are amazing for fall, winter, and […]

Homemade Roast Beef Deli Recipe

Homemade Roast Beef Deli Recipe

Sandwiches are the unsung heroes of the kitchen. They can be as simple as spreading peanut butter and jelly, or melting a piece of cheese between two slices of bread. They can be piled high with healthy ingredients like avocados, cucumbers, and peppers, or battered […]

Perfect Pan Fried Steak

Perfect Pan Fried Steak

They say that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.  If that’s the case, then I think one of the easiest ways to show your man how much you love him is a perfect steak.  That’s why I often make Eric steak […]

Easy Healthy Spaghetti Sauce Recipe

Easy Healthy Spaghetti Sauce Recipe

Everyone needs a few easy spaghetti recipes under their belts.  Spaghetti noodles are cheap and fast to cook.  If you have a few different sauce recipes memorized you can always easily whip something up.  This is a slightly spicy spaghetti recipe, a meaty red sauce […]

Parmesan Crusted Chicken Recipe

Parmesan Crusted Chicken Recipe

One of our favorite salads ever is at Dave and Buster’s, the arcade for adults.  It’s a chicken caesar salad but what makes it spectacular is the crispy parmesan crust on the chicken.  While I won’t claim any similarity to the Dave and Buster’s chicken […]

Turkey Barley Soup Recipe

Turkey Barley Soup Recipe

This is one of the cheapest soups you can make!  Using the leftover turkey carcass from your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner to make turkey stock, and filling the soup with torn up turkey scraps makes this very affordable.  Add in some really low cost ingredients […]

How to Make Bacon at Home

How to Make Bacon at Home

Curing bacon at home has been a pretty popular topic for food blogs over the past couple years.  Unfortunately,  every time I thought about making bacon myself the inevitable “It’s too hard” tape would start playing in the back of my mind.  Curing bacon is […]

Bruschetta Recipe and the South King County Latino Health Fair

Bruschetta Recipe and the South King County Latino Health Fair

On September 25 of this year I took on my biggest cooking challenge ever, so big that I lay awake for three nights wondering if I could pull it off as well as I thought I could or if I would sink like the Titanic.  The […]