Food Journal

Cajun Seasoning

Posted by on Sep 2, 2013 in Culinary 101, Food Journal | 0 comments

Cajun Seasoning

Print PDF Cajun Seasoning – (recipe and video tutorial (coming soon) follow) – Now days, when you go to the store (like a regular grocery), it seems like the spice isle has more blended spices then individual spices. You commonly see things like “steak rub, Cajun seasoning, seasoning salt, pizza seasoning, jerk seasoning, southwest seasoning” and the list goes on and on. I think this is great and convenient except for one little thing. I feel like you lose control of your recipe. Let me explain. Say you went to the store to buy Cajun Seasoning. Then you bring your...

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Cherry Cheesecake Wonton Bites

Posted by on Aug 1, 2013 in Desserts, Food Journal | 0 comments

Cherry Cheesecake Wonton Bites

Print PDF Cherry Cheesecake Wonton Bites with a Cherry Balsamic Reduction – (recipe and video tutorial follow) – The other day I was walking through the produce isle at the market and there was this huge display of cherries and…….they got me. I just couldn’t resist, they were so beautiful and of course you know that they’re going to be amazing because they’re in season right now. So, anyway, I ended up going home with like five pounds of cherries which seemed like a great idea until I got home and remembered that I had just bought a ton of mangos,...

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Peach Pie with Buttermilk Crust

Posted by on Jul 23, 2013 in Food Journal, Pie | 0 comments

Peach Pie with Buttermilk Crust

Print PDF Peach Pie with Buttermilk Crust (recipe and video tutorial follow) – Everyone in my family is a pie eater from our youngest child to our oldest. So, I make pie pretty much all during the year (there’s a pie for every season :)). Summertime though is like pie making season with all of the amazing fruit that comes into season. My very spoiled family gets to eat everything from blueberry pie to strawberry pie to raspberry pie with a sugar cookie crust. Not to mention the mango pie and the mango coconut and the mixed berry and every other combination of berries and summer...

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Arizona Bar-B-Que Fest

Posted by on Apr 29, 2013 in Food Journal, Restaurant Reviews | 0 comments

Arizona Bar-B-Que Fest

Print PDF This past Saturday my family and I headed out to Salt River Fields for the fourth annual Arizona BBQ Festival with two things in mind. The redneck games (yep, I said it) and of course, the BBQ…..and my son wanted to see Metalhead (they had lots of other music too). My husband even gave himself a “redneck haircut” to celebrate the festivities, don’t worry, I took pictures so everyone can see. Can I get a “Yeehaw”? I think I should take a minute here and say that I don’t say “redneck” in a mean prejudice kind of way, but more in...

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Creamy Chicken Rotini with Swiss Chard

Posted by on Mar 8, 2013 in Dinner, Food Journal | 0 comments

Creamy Chicken Rotini with Swiss Chard

Print PDF Creamy Chicken Rotini with Swiss Chard – (Creamy Chicken Rotini with Swiss Chard recipe along with a video tutorial (coming soon)follows) –  So, I was walking through the produce section of the grocery store yesterday when I noticed the absolute most beautiful Organic Rainbow Swiss Chard. I had no real plans on making Swiss Chard for dinner, but man, it was soooo pretty I just couldn’t help myself. So I bought it. Then as I was driving home, I was thinking to myself, “wait a minute, I’m making Pizza tonight”. But that’s beside the point....

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The Best Chocolate Chip Pecan Cookies Ever

Posted by on Feb 22, 2013 in Cookies, Food Journal | 0 comments

The Best Chocolate Chip Pecan Cookies Ever

Print PDF The best chocolate chip pecan cookies ever – (recipe follows) – There is one thing that I think all… or at least most of us have in common and that is the love of chocolate chip cookies. Actually, for me, chocolate chip cookies happen to be extra special, near and dear to my heart because they are the first thing that I learned how to bake totally on my own without being a “helper”. Sorry, that sentence is confusing, I didn’t teach myself to make them, my Grandma taught me. What I was trying to say is that chocolate chip cookies are the first...

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