Posts Tagged ‘beef’

What is it about mom’s cooking that makes it undeniably better?  For starters, it means that someone else is doing the cooking.  At the heart of it, the best mom food comes from perfected recipes that they’ve served over and again, conjuring memories and nurtured comfort. But mom cooking more … Read More

Cinco de Mayo celebration began in California with Mexican immigrants celebrating their country’s rise over French rule after the defeating the French at the Battle of Puebla.  Mexico observes this historic date, but the US declared it a national holiday.  And what better way for America to celebrate anything, but … Read More

There are many reasons to avoid lasagna…it’s complicated to prepare, a four-digit calorie count, the silent g, the loud g (luten), square meals aren’t your thing.

What if I told you delicious lasagna can be gluten-free, low cal possible and you can whip it up rather quickly, and remarkably quickly when … Read More

I wasn’t going to share this with you not because we’re on a mission to ward off type 2 D and keep our heart rhythmic.  I mean, my grandfather the butcher ate lard sandwiches and you know how that ended – lard attack at 63.  No, I wasn’t going to … Read More

Seems all my cookouts this summer end up with a seasoned grilled flank steak.  Which means all those days after turned out this fine main course salad, first inspired by the guilt-free pages at Cooking Light mag. One hunk of manly meathood – two meals.

Older posts