Everyone needs a fantastic recipe, that is super-simple, and is so delicious that everyone loves it. Slow Cooker Italian Beef Sandwiches meet Restless Chipotle readers. Restless Chipotle readers meet Slow Cooker Italian Beef Sandwiches.
Two ingredients, people. TWO ingredients.
The images are not the best – The sun insisted on going down before I was ready. I think you will get a mouthwatering idea of how yummy these are, though. Continue reading
Sometimes the things that should be the simplest in the world are the hardest.
Scrambled eggs for example. Almost everyone likes scrambled eggs but you rarely see a recipe for it. Everyone just assumes that everyone else knows how to make scrambled eggs.
And they don’t. Continue reading
You know, sometimes it is the simple things that don’t get talked about. Everyone assumes you know how to do basic things like, oh you know, how to hard boil eggs.
I did not learn how to hard boil an egg perfectly until I was in my 30s, no lie. I always boiled them to death so that they were dry and rubbery. Or, I took them off the heat too soon and … ick. So, assuming that I am not the only egg-challenged cook in the world I decided to make sure that, once and for all, I had contributed to the perfect hard boiled egg club in a significant way.
When Marye asked me to give her a day off and guest post for her, I was more than delighted to help out!
If you’re not already one of my regular readers at Flamingo Musings, I like to introduce myself proudly as “a middle-aged South Florida woman who’s never had any work done.” Almost a year ago, I quit my government job of over a dozen years to make jam. So, yeah, you could say that I’m just a little bit, um, quirky. My family thinks I’m nuts, but that’s another story. Let’s stick with “quirky.” Actually, that’s probably why Marye and I get along so well.
I’ve been playing with some of my Freakin’ Flamingo jams lately, and this gives me a chance to share one of my creations with you! Piña Colada Jam just has “Summer” written all over it, but you can do more than just slap it on your toast.
Here’s a sweet/savory supper idea that’ll take you 30 minutes or less to put on the table. This recipe is for 2 servings, but you can easily multiply it for a crowd: Continue reading
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