Month: July 2013

A Decadent and Classic Breakfast! (Fresh Berries and Cream)

Berries and Cream Serves 1 1 banana, sliced1/2 cup strawberries, sliced1/4 cup fresh blueberries (although frozen and thawed will work)3 tablespoons heavy whipping cream Combine all ingredients in a bowl Stir together.  Enjoy! Nutritional data: Calories:       288

Posted in Bananas, Blueberries, Breakfast, Cream, Dessert, Strawberry

I NEED Your Help!

It is official! Based on this blog, I was asked to participate in a local Saturday morning news show (Good Day, Wisconsin) on their Cooking with You segment. It is scheduled for Saturday, August 17, 2013. Another item from the

Posted in Fun, Television

Top 8 Blogs That Have Influenced Me And Keep Me Going

This is a minor change in theme for a day. I want to acknowledge some people and groups that have helped shape me into the person I am. For now, I am not going to talk about apps and devices

Posted in Blogs, Fan, Motivation

A Busy Week!

Sorry that yesterday’s blog post was so long. The recipe had several steps and I wanted to include pictures at the various stages. I also wanted to show you how to make minor modifications to other recipes. It is relatively

Posted in Busy, Easy

Another Short Poll–One Day Only

The first poll was pretty conclusive, with 87% of respondent choosing the shorter digital ebook sooner rather than a traditional print book later. I want to explore a little more: My book will be an ebook which will be readable

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Garlic-Olive Oil Paste for Steaks

Garlic Paste (it really isn’t a paste, but it isn’t a sauce either.)Enough for a 1.5 pound steak 2-4 cloves of garlic, peeled and roughly chopped (I used 2 large cloves)1 tablespoon olive oil1 teaspoon coarse salt (Kosher or the

Posted in Garlic, Grilled

Asian Chicken Salad

Asian Chicken SaladServes 2 Remember Last Friday’s recipe? The Grilled Chicken and the Hoisin BBQ sauce? Well, this recipe uses 2 left over chicken quarters and the remaining Hoisin BBQ sauce. Skin the chicken and remove the bones. Roughly chop

Posted in Asian, Cabbage, Chicken, Cucumber, Salad

Tuna BLT

Tuna BLT I’m not going to give a specific recipe here. This is just a pictures to stimulate ideas. You can do this with any protein (beef, pork, chicken, turkey, or fish. You could even use a piece of tofu

Posted in Avocado, Bacon, Fish, Sandwich, Tuna

Just A Short Note Today

Hi! I added a brief, two question poll. It follows my “About Me” story. This is the first of several polls I will have here, to help me refine my immediate plans. So I need your input! The poll is

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Kimchi Make 2-3 quarts 1 head (1.5 to 2 pounds) napa cabbage or green cabbage, cut into 2 by 1-inch pieces (reserve 2-3 large leaves, uncut). Note: You can also substitute bok choy in place of cabbage. 2 tablespoons kosher

Posted in Asian, Cabbage, Cole Slaw, Side DIsh