Broccoli, Bacon and Mushroom Quiche

Thank you to Lori of All That Splatters for hosting this week’s Saturday Blog Showcase. My contribution this week is a broccoli quiche.  I was looking for something that I could make Moe for breakfast and that I could take to work for lunch.   This delicious recipe belongs to Linda of Eating Well … Living…

Pork Roast – Fresh Ham

 Is there anything better than the gravy made off a pork roast?    So rich. Last night’s dinner was a fresh ham with cracklings.    The pork was rubbed all over with a mixture of fresh sage, garlic, black pepper and salt.   Covered and slow roasted in a 325°F oven for 3 hours and then uncovered and…

Man Size Breakfast

One of Moe’s favourite breakfasts  Steak and Eggs Butter-basted Farm Fresh Eggs   I  presalted a nice thick Rib Eye steak on Tuesday with the intentions of grilling it for dinner Thursday or Friday.   That didn’t happen.  So I grilled it this morning for Moe’s breakfast.  Even a great steak will  benefit from being presalted…

Texas Sheet Cake – Saturday Blog Showcase #7

Welcome to this weeks Blog Showcase.  I hope you will join  Lori (All That Splatters) and me and  cook a recipe found on a fellow blogger’s website.   To participate just share the recipe  on your blog with a link to the blog where the recipe was found and  don’t forget to add the Saturday Blog…

Giveaway – Grace of Sense and Simplicity

My fellow Canadian, Grace of  Sense and Simplicity is honoring the Olympics in Canada with a wonderful Giveaway.  In order to enter just  visit her blog and leave a comment or two.

Cranberry Goat Cheese Scones

Now this is my kind of breakfast.  Sweet!! I wanted scones for breakfast.  Raspberry Scones are my favourite and I usually keep some in the freezer.  Unfortunately  but I was out of raspberries  so I went with dried cranberries.  And just for good measurer I added 3 ounces of goat cheese (Chevre). And just to…

Buttermilk Biscuits

Nothing much better than a just-out-of-the-oven tender, flaky warm buttermilk biscuit. Moe loves his with scrambled eggs, but I’m happy to eat mine just  dripping in melted butter. Country Biscuits================2 cups of flour1 Tablespoon of baking powder1/2 teaspoon salt1/2 cup shortening, lard, Crisco or butter (I use butter)1 cup of milk (cream) or buttermilkif using…

Buttermilk Cornbread – Saturday Blog Showcase

Lori of All That Splatters is hosting this week’s Saturday Blog Showcase.  It isn’t too late to participate.  Just prepare a recipe found on another blogger’s site and share it on your own blog.  This week I’m showcasing a Buttermilk Cornbread recipe found on Besotted Gourmet, who in turn found the recipe on the Hungry…

Valentine Gifts – Fudge

Between last night and this morning I made six trays of fudge as Valentine gifts.   Three White Chocolate Walnut, two Chocolate Walnut and one Maple Walnut.   Each tray weighs just under two and half pounds. Four are being mailed east, one is for Matt and Dana and since the White Chocolate Walnut is my…

Pork

Two “pork” dinners this week.   Greek Pork Souvlaki.  Made with pork tenderloin and served with rice and Greek Salad. And Sunday’s dinner – traditional ham dinner.   Served with potato gratin, mashed squash and steamed broccoli. Pork/Chicken Souvlaki================Chicken breasts or Pork TenderloinFresh minced garlicdried oreganolemonsolive oilSalt Pepper Cut chicken breasts or pork tenderloin  into 1 inch…