Everyday Eats

Smoked Chicken And Noodle Stir Fry

I’m a big fan of cooking too much food. I do it on purpose so that there will be leftovers that I can work with to create another meal. This scenario played itself out last night as I BBQ’d entirely to much chicken for the smoked chicken sandwiches we enjoyed. I also happen to be […]

Peanut Brittle Covered Angel Food Cake

This is a recipe passed along to the family from my mother in law Sue. I believe it’s a recipe her mom used to make her. This is easy to make and a huge hit with the family, it’s not gluten free so I abstain, but I hope you enjoy. 1 Prepared angel food cake […]

Seafood Boil

Last year we went to the beach with a great group of our friends. One of them, we’ll call him Ty because that’s his name, is legendary for his seafood boil and he passed along all of his seafood boil techniques to us. And dang it, we’re VERY thankful for the spoils of this culinary […]

Time To Choose A BBQ

Yes indeed, it has been some time since I last posted. No excuses, but that bright and shining orb in the sky has lit my fire again. Today we’re going to talk BBQ’S because it’s the time of year to go out there and buy a new one. I hope you enjoy! Since the weather […]

Salmon Patties With Lemon And Dill Cream Sauce

Tonight we had one of our favorite dinners. Salmon patties are pretty healthy and for those that may not be really big on eating salmon as a stand alone dish, it’s a great alternative. 2 pounds fresh WILD salmon Salt and pepper 1 medium onion, diced 6 stalks celery, diced 1 red pepper, diced 1 […]

Going Gluten Free And The Easiest Diet On Earth……To Remember

I know it’s a cliche to write about diets this time of year, and the last thing we need is more cliches, they’re SOOOOO 2013. Besides, no one likes a diet.  Honestly, when I think of going on a diet, all I think of is being fat.  What I’m going to share with you isn’t […]

Holly-Day Treats Part Two

My friend Holly is back with another installment of her Holly-day treat recipes.  We hope you enjoy!!! Five years ago, I hosted my first annual “Cookie Party.”  The event was named as such in part because it’s a party where we make cookies and treats all day, but also because The Sarah Silverman Program on […]

Gluten Free Creamy Clam Chowder……

I love clam chowder; I actually consider myself an amateur connoisseur of this bivalve mollusks stew.  With friends, Kim and I have traveled the coasts of Oregon and Washington tasting the different versions that various restaurants present to their patrons.  I’ve had some great chowders and some that were, hmmmm how should I say this […]

Holly-day Treats, Part One…..

I’ve got a friend named Holly that shares a VERY deep love for food and cooking, much like I do. Actually, Holly is a self-described “renaissance mom”.  She loves to cook, crochet, knit, sew, write and be a loving mother to her two rambunctious boys Victor and Rickey.  She even makes her own hand made […]

Gluten Free Margherita-Style Spaghetti Bake

One of my favorite things I’ve ever made, gluten free or gluten full, is a spaghetti bake that I ended up cooking on my BBQ.  It’s actually really easy and doesn’t take to long to make.  Here you go: 1 16 oz Package Tinkyada Spaghetti-Style Brown Rice Pasta (Or Regular Spaghetti) 2 Jars Of Your […]

Scroll to top