This is a site for me. If you stumbled across it fine. Enjoy looking around. Maybe youâ€™ll learn something that will adjust your world view from that of the rest of the lemmings on the left and right.
The articles posted here are either monologues or email exchanges on topics I find interesting. Because the writing is generaly â€œstream of consciencesâ€ there are probably spelling and grammer errors in every paragraph (or even sentence!). I donâ€™t care – this site is for me.
Clicking on the Title at the top of the page will take you back to the beginning.
You can use this Search box to find articles on this site. Simply type in a word, hit search and every posting that has that word in it will be presented.
Do all the prep the night before so that in the morning it’s just a pop in the oven and enjoy without a load of dirty dishes to clean
Found this recipe on FoodNetwork’s website.
This is made with inexpensive fake krab but of course could be made with good lump crab meat.
I like to make Hot Browns with the leftovers at Thanksgiving. When I saw this recipe had to give it a try. It’s pretty good. Next time I think I’ll still make a cheese sauce to go with it. If you don’t want to make a cheese sauce from scratch this store bought Welch Rarebit sauce from Stouffer’s works well.
This is the base for my “No-stir” Risotto.
For the “Broth” you can use Chicken stock, Beef Stock, etc.. I have even used Coconut water.
For the Vegetable that you fold in just use your imagination to fit the flavor profile you are going for. Peas, Corn, Chopped Peppers, Citrus zest, Macadamia nuts, etc…
Same for the “Acid” that. Red Wine vinegar, Rice vinegar, Pineapple, Lime or Lemon juice
Also with the type of cheese you are wanting. Parmesan, Mexican blend, etc..
Light and refreshing summer time meal