Beans, beans, good for your heart…

Have you bean there, done that with all of your green bean recipes? Here are two very different, yet very delicious green bean salads -- one with tomato, mozzarella and basil; the other with spiced pecans, blue cheese and mustard vinaigrette. Which will become your new go-to? Green beans are definitely good food, no matter … Continue reading Beans, beans, good for your heart…

Oven-Roasted Catfish with Blistered Tomatoes

One fish, two fish, red fish, catfish? Hmmm, not quite as Dr. Suess intended. But why, I wonder, does the amenable catfish not get the respect that it deserves? Is it because of its funny feline name or possibly its mustachioed appearance? Either way, catfish is far more appealing than its fishy reputation suggests. A … Continue reading Oven-Roasted Catfish with Blistered Tomatoes

Jessie’s PB & Honey Treats

This recipe is particularly good for small dogs or elderly dogs who have difficulty eating hard, crunchy treats. Jessie got a hair cut today, and whenever she returns home, she expects to be rewarded with a treat for good behavior (you really can't teach an old dog new tricks!). That inspired me to share the … Continue reading Jessie’s PB & Honey Treats

2 Birds In A Pod (aka Cornish Game Hen 2 Ways)

Cornish game hen is the perfect entree for two people. If you crave that unmistakably delicious flavor of roasted chicken, but a whole bird is too big, then game hens are definitely the way to go. Each hen is perfectly portioned for one person. They're satisfying, simple to prepare and damn good. And they can … Continue reading 2 Birds In A Pod (aka Cornish Game Hen 2 Ways)

Flea Market Finds

Who doesn't love a great flea market? (OK, probably a lot of people, but that's really not relevant right now because WE love flea markets!) If you're willing to put the time and the effort into the "hunt," flea markets can be super  fun, fabulous and fulfilling.  I'm especially lucky because my husband, Mike, actually … Continue reading Flea Market Finds