When I was a teenager my dad and I used to go to breakfast together on Sundays at a little French café. Their breakfasts were very good, but they also had two dishes that I loved that were not breakfast foods – potato soup and teriyaki chicken. You could say it has been one of […]
Month: January 2009
This is a very easy breakfast or snack. 2 eggs¼ cup milkButterSaltPepperGarlic powderOnion powder1 slice toast Preheat oven to 325. Butter ramekin or small baking dish. Pour in milk. Add eggs. Add spices. Baked for about 15 minutes, until whites are set and yolk is still runny or just starting to get firm. Remove to […]
The secret to my fried chicken is the brown sugar in the breading. I still use my other spices, but the brown sugar gives just a slightly sweet flavor that I find much tastier than those times when I’ve been lazy and left it out. Click here for my entire Deep Fried Chicken recipe.
Cubed venison steakOrange juiceFlourSaltPepperOnion powderGarlic powderLemon juiceBacon grease Soak venison overnight in orange juice. Remove from orange juice and pat dry. Tear into large bite sized pieces. Combine flour and dry seasonings in a large baggie. Drop venison in flour mixture and shake to coat. Heat iron skillet on med-high melting an ample amount of […]
Black eyed peas are traditionally eaten on New Year’s Day to ensure good luck throughout the year. This was a tradition in my family, but I didn’t like black eyed peas so I would eat just one. Greens and pork are also traditional New Year’s food eaten for good luck. They were not a part […]