Showing posts from February, 2020

Gumbo (First, Make a Roux - in the Oven)

A classic Cajun seafood gumbo except that the roux is baked in the oven to a rich mahogany color instead of by stirring-stirring-stirring over a hot stove. Another win from the geniuses at Cook's Illustrated! Let the oven do the stirring! Even the Gumbo King is impressed!

Real Food, Fresh & Flexible. A Mardi Gras Classic. Weekend Special, Great for Meal Prep. Weight Watchers Friendly. Low Carb. High Protein.

Seasonal Sundays (Week 08) Mid February

A mid-winter collection of recipes and life ideas in and out of the kitchen, including for upcoming Mardi Gras gatherings. Plus, the winner of Jubilee, the new cookbook!

How to Cook White Rice

How to cook white rice on the stove, no special equipment involved. If you've wondered how to make perfect rice every time, or struggled with rice that turns out dry or mushy or bland, a few tricks make all the difference.

Cooking Fundamentals, Perfected. Weeknight Easy, Weekend Special. Weight Watchers Friendly. Naturally Gluten Free. Vegetarian & Easily Vegan. Great for Meal Prep.

Seasonal Sundays (Week 07) Happy Valentine's Day!

A quick read, a mid-winter collection of recipe and life ideas in and out of the kitchen. And ... Jubilee!

Gashouse Eggs

For old-time comfort food, there's no beating an egg and a slice of bread fried together in one delicious, breakfast-perfect package. The names are many but in my family, an egg fried in a hole in the center of a slice of bread is called "Gashouse Eggs" – well, except when they’re called Kellogg Eggs.

Weekday Easy, Weekend Special. Weight Watchers Friendly. High Protein. Vegetarian.

Seasonal Sundays (Week 06) Early February

A quick read, seasonal recipes, meals and life ideas for February. PS Go Chiefs!