Category Archives: Entrees

Tips for Cooking with Eggs

With Easter just around the corner, my thoughts, of course, turned to the Easter Bunny, and eggs! Below are a few egg-cooking tips I’ve learned through the years. I’ve also included a link for my favorite Baked Egg recipe, which … Continue reading

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Garlic Lime Chicken

Garlic Lime Chicken is a recipe that says goodbye to winter and hello to warm weather and sunshine. My friend, Peggy, who now lives in Idaho, sent me this recipe. When Peggy and I lived near each other in Carlsbad, … Continue reading

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Crustless Turkey Sausage Spinach Quiche

My Crustless Turkey Sausage Spinach Quiche is my husband’s favorite workday breakfast. I make it on the weekend and then he pops a piece in the microwave for a quick and nutritious meal before he faces the early morning commute. … Continue reading

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Cranberry Hazelnut Turkey Wellington

RockRecipes.com has the distinction of being Recipe and Blog of the Month. Their recipe for Cranberry Hazelnut Turkey Wellington is a winner for the holidays. It’s mouth wateringly delicious with a stunning presentation. I made it last week in preparation … Continue reading

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Pork Chops in Cherry Sauce

Pork Chops in Cherry Sauce is the perfect dish for a smooth transition from fresh summer meals to the comfort of autumn dinners. The cherries are a reminder of what we’re leaving behind until next summer, the pork chops a … Continue reading

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Green Chilie Chicken Lasagna

I’ve been known to finagle recipes out of a few restaurant chefs, but it’s not an easy task. Most chefs guard their recipes and aren’t too keen on sharing. A few years back, however, at a small Italian restaurant in … Continue reading

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Baked Eggs

We traditionally have Baked Eggs for Sunday morning breakfast but during the winter, we sometimes have them for dinner. My recipe is hubby approved for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and it’s guaranteed to get you in and out of the … Continue reading

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Chicken Teriyaki Drumettes

Teriyaki Chicken Drumettes 3 pounds chicken drumettes, rinsed, and patted dry 1 1/2 cups granulated white sugar 1/4 cup water Garlic powder 1 1/2 tablespoons dried ginger 1-cup light soy sauce Toasted sesame seeds Green onions, chopped King-sized napkins Preheat … Continue reading

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Brining and Roasting a Turkey

Everyone has their own theory on what works best for cooking the Thanksgiving bird, and I’ve tried most preparation methods. Frankly, I prefer to keep things simple and I’ve found that brining the turkey prior to roasting has put the … Continue reading

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Ask Cynthia a Question – June 24, 2014

Lee Ann asked: What’s the difference between grilling and barbequing? It all seems the same to me. My answer: To best explain the difference between barbequing and grilling, I’d like to quote Tori Avery from her blog, INSPIRED BY OUR … Continue reading

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