Thursday Menu * Louisiana Peaches

The rich, rolling farmlands of North Louisiana are known for many delicious crops, but perhaps none are as famous as Rustonpeaches. Juicy and oh-so-sweet, they are a staple of summer, and celebrated at the Louisiana Peach Festival in Ruston. Welcome to My Home & on the   Thursday  Menu  is all about Peaches.  Louisiana peaches are only... Continue Reading →

Thursday * In the Kitchen

I don't know about you but we have had a crazy busy week. I need a quick & easy meal for the family. Looks like Crock Pot time.      Chicken Cacciatore    ( slow cooker style) 6 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves 1 (28 ounce) jar spaghetti sauce ( you can also used diced... Continue Reading →

Little Sweet and Bake

    book link Dani Klein’s debut book Little Sweets and Bakes is a fun collection of delicious, easy-to-bake recipes that are comprised of accessible ingredients so you can get right to baking. Bright, charming full-color photographs take readers through each recipe step by step, allowing bakers of any skill level to create little works of art.... Continue Reading →

National Macaroon Day

What is the difference between a macaroon and a macaron? Aside from both being delicious and similar in spelling, macarons and macaroonsare entirely different cookies. First off, a macaroon is coconut based, whereas amacaron is meringue based 1 14-ounce package sweetened shredded coconut (about 5 cups) 4 large egg whites ⅔ cups sugar ⅓ cup all-purpose flour, spooned and leveled ¼ teaspoon kosher salt ½... Continue Reading →

Grilling Season * Sweet Potatoes on the grill

Good Morning Thursday  Foodies !! May is Barbecue Month ! And if you read my post we are big  Barbecue /Grilling fans here. My hubby does it year round in Louisiana  and always a hit. But Today : How about some side - Grilled Sweet Potatoes :   Pre Cook  Cleaned  Sweet potatoes until tender in... Continue Reading →

30 minute Pasta & Sausage Recipe

Hi Thursday Foodie -  today recipe is a quick 30 minute meal with few ingredients.  1 box of Rigatoni pasta ( My sons favorite)  - cooked al  denta Ground Sausage ( can be loose or taken out of casing 1/2 C Trinity (  chopped onion,bell pepper & sausage) 1 bottle of good pasta sauce 1... Continue Reading →

Thursday Recipe * Beer Can Chicken

It's A Beautiful Thursday in South Louisiana & on the Menu today is Beer Can Chicken . A great recipe to Dinner & any leftovers will be tomorrows Gumbo.  Lisa        4 pounds chicken, washed and dried Vegetable oil ( olive oil)  1 (12-ounce) can beer (  can be pop)  Chicken Rub ( you... Continue Reading →

Thursday Recipe * Quiche 2 Ways

Thursday and Its Food Day !!!  Today its all about quiche :  One with spinach & the other without. My Mom was gifted with some large farm fresh eggs  & had  left over ham and Sunday Brunch is served .  This  quick and easy Quiche was fun & a family affair as everyone help prepare the... Continue Reading →

Beer just not for Drinking *

No ! It's for making Bread too - . We stop at a local shop and my hubby bought some local brewed wheat bear . And I said I can make bread out of that. So Today that's whats today recipe is : Independence Parish Brewing parish beer Cane Break beer Bread. This recipe is... Continue Reading →

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