I’ve visited Belgium before. Brussels only and many years ago. I remember it being a clean city with countless red brick buildings. Can you tell it was a long, long time ago? After doing my research on visiting Belgium I quickly narrowed down our choices to Brugge or Gent aka Ghent. I’m sure we would’ve […]
Did you ever try a recipe only to find the result disappointing? Such is the case with Smoky Brisket Chili. Don’t get me wrong, it’s good enough, just not up to Orange Bee standards. If you asked my man, Dan he’d say, “chili shouldn’t have beans”. This chili has two kinds of beans so I […]
All day yesterday it seemed like winter was bearing down on us. The skies were dark and grey, cloudy, with a bit of rain. The temps were in the 30’s, cold enough to keep the dogs indoors and warm. All in all not that cold, but the dark skies and damp air sent […]
If you know me at all you know I’m continually looking for a way to blend honey into my recipes. It’s a cinch to drench a biscuit with honey, stir a spoonful into my tea, pour it over my yogurt or simply dip a finger into the jar and lick!
December 2, 2012 – In My Kitchen Today the temperature in north Texas is 78*. The air conditioner is running, I am wearing flip-flops and did I say, “it is December 2”! Crazy Texas weather…. we spent our day hanging Christmas lights in shorts and flip-flops. I enjoyed participating in Fig Jam and Lime Cordial’s “In My […]
“Howdy folks, and welcome to the great state fair of Texas”, spoken by none other than Big Tex, the oversized icon with his commanding presence, booming voice and 10 gallon hat. His voice resounds over the grounds of the “State Fair of Texas” for three full weeks in late September and early October every year, […]