O.M.G. Beef Short Ribs with Root Mash ‘n Gravy

  NOT even playing with the “OMG” part of this recipe. I mean once & a while friends we have to eat something that makes us feel indulgent & even a bit guilty BUT OH SO SATISFYING that we don’t care! That said, this IS that good … but it’s not that bad! Capisce?? (Said…

Cast-Iron Ratatouille

The history of ratatouille has it’s origins in France  (in Provence & Nice) & was peasant food due to the availability of vegetables out of the garden.  It means “stirred up” or “mixed up” essentially. Traditionally it was often more stew-like & is still very practical & affordable to make. The way we arrange the…

Chile Verde Chicken Street Tacos (Instant Pot)

So, I really don’t have a lot of extra to say about tacos today — I mean TACOS ARE LOVE, right?? I just want to share a great recipe that I through together recently. We love Mexican food of all kinds. G.R. tends to go a little more TexMex & I tend more towards authentic…

Pass the Chimichurri, PLEASE!!

This is one of my top 3 favorite sauces … at least all purpose & most versatile sauces! I can’t stress enough that if you haven’t tried chimichurri, you MUST! And even if you have, make this one because there are as many recipe variations for it as there are people who make it so…

Tuscan Baby Lima Bean Soup

I love beans & I love soup.  One dish that marries the two is rich & creamy ham ‘n beans; it has always been a comfort food for me.  When I make old-fashioned ham ‘n beans I always use the big ham bone usually left after the holiday ham. I often freeze it to use…

Soy-Lime Grilled Flank Steak

I LOVE grilled steak. Generally speaking we will pick a rib eye (bone-in if they have it) for traditional steak dinner. That said, I choose flank (or skirt)  just as often because it is so diverse & flavorful! This one recipe marinates only about 1-4 hours. You could marinate it over night, but I would…