Posts Tagged ‘IN THE FOOD’
Brisket Divine: Mouthwatering, Melt in Your Mouth Brisket Any Time!
By: Ginger Hill Rooted deep in the culture of the Southern states, you can bet your bottom dollar that for authentic, meticulously prepared Southern cuisine you will find juicy, succulent brisket to be number one on my list! Because I was blessed to be born and raised in Texas, I can assure you that brisket,…See Recipe
Egg Salad By Candlelight
By: Ginger Hill The sounds and smells of Spring time seem to be filling the air as thoughts of warm, wispy breezes and back porch lunches are becoming less of a dream. As the season of winter is being overtaken by the season of Spring, now is the time to start preparing for those elegant…See Recipe
When The Moon Hits Your Eye Like A Big Pizza Pie
BY: Ginger Hill piz’za, n. (It.) – A baked pie of Italian origin consisting of a shallow bread-like crust covered with seasoned tomato sauce, cheese, and often other toppings, such as sausage and hamburger. Sounds yummy, huh? And, it should, because in America, a whopping 4 billion fresh, made-to-order pizzas were sold last year. Pretty…See Recipe
Oh, How we LOVE Garlic!
By: Monica Oldenburg Garlic is a famous member of the onion family. It is one of the most common additions to food worldwide. The name is Anglo Saxon meaning gar (a spear) and lac (a plant) in reference to the shape of the leaves. It is native to the southwest desert region of Siberia and…See Recipe
The Wonderful World of Peanuts
Peanut HISTORY Before I begin with the history of peanuts you should probably know that the peanut is not a nut. The “pea”nut is actually more closely related to the pea. It is a member of the legumes family. Also, peanuts do not grow in trees like nuts do. They grow on the ground. They…See Recipe