Y’all. One of the strangest things has happened since this whole pandemic situation started. I find myself actually wanting to cook! I know! Right? My hubs’ job is on a staggered schedule now, so he’s at home more, and we’re having so much fun coming up with new things to create in the kitchen. And with everything that’s going on, I definitely find myself craving things that can be classified as ‘comfort food’. Don’t you? Today, I’m sharing a delicious recipe that will hit all your happy spots – can you say bacon and noodles? Yum!Continue reading “Rustic Homemade Noodles with Bacon & Peas”
Mama was the best cook. And she loved to experiment with recipes, adapting them and making them her own. One very special dish was her Beef Curry. It was our family’s favorite, and it became the go-to dish for birthdays. I’m pretty sure that every member of our clan had the privilege of celebrating their birthday at Mom and Dad’s house with a heaping plate of Beef Curry and Rice, followed by ‘the cake’, which was a simple chocolate sheet cake slathered with chocolate and pecan icing.
Mama would have turned 89 this October. Each October, I miss her more and more, and this year I decided that a good way to remember her was to make up a batch of her Beef Curry, adapting it (as she would have done) to my Instant Pot. Continue reading “Quick and Easy Instant Pot Beef Curry”
It’s been cold. Like so freaking cold. Like “my dog doesn’t even want to go outside and do her business” cold. And when it’s this cold the only thing I want to eat is soup, chili or beans. Basically warm and cozy comfort food. And since I’m in Louisiana that usually means gumbo or red beans and rice! We like it spicy and warm here y’all! AND it’s almost Mardi Gras! “Laissez Le Bon Temps Roulet” I’ve been practicing on my Instant Pot for a couple of months now, and still consider myself a newbie, but I am getting more and more comfortable with it. It’s fun to use, and the results are just incredibly delicious. Continue reading “Instant Pot Red Beans & Rice”