Onion Wedges Another one of my favorite take-out home spoofs is onion wedges! Sort of an easier version of a bloomin’ onion and so easy to make! 1 large white onion, cut into wedges 1 cup bisquick 1 egg 1/2 … Continue reading
This recipe I pulled from allrecipes.com when Mr. Marine and I were searching for a new way to do boneless skinless chicken breasts. One bite and it became my new favorite chicken dish. It’s simple and chances are you already … Continue reading
I mentioned last week how a good friend of mine gifted me with a large amount of fresh venison. I absolutely love everything about venison, so without boring you with it’s virtues, here’s how I cooked one of the two … Continue reading
• 1 box of rigatoni noodles (however many noodles as you’d like) • 1 jar of pasta sauce (whichever is your favorite) • 1 cup of mozzarella cheese • 1 cup of cheddar cheese • 1 package of pepperonis … Continue reading
So I stole the original recipes from Sam the Cooking Guy with a couple minor tweaks; instead of feta, I used goat cheese with caramelized onions. And since Mr Marine thinks serving him something vegetarian is cruel and unusual punishment, … Continue reading
A friend’s husband is an avid deer hunter. He spends nearly every weekend of hunting season in his stand a couple towns away. He shoots them, cleans them and packages them himself. She recently told me he had so much … Continue reading
A 1-pound tenderloin will serve 2 people, a 2-pounder will serve 4 Pork Tenderloin (1.5lbs – 2lbs) Varied Spices such as: Salt Pepper Garlic Powder Chili Flakes Cumin Paprika Cinnamon Rosemary Italian Herbs Dijon Mustard 2 tbsp olive oil Preheat … Continue reading
6 or 7 medium sized potatoes (cubed)
1 ranch dressing seasoning packet
- Preheat oven to 375
- Wash and cube your potatoes
- Lay them out on a cookie sheet (you could add the olive oil and ranch mix in a bowl, but it’s just as easy and one less dish to clean if you add them on the cookie sheet itself.)
- Pour EVOO and ranch seasoning over potatoe cubes.
- Mix with your hands so potatoes are evenly coated.
- Bake at 375 for 15 minutes or until golden brown.
- (save some leftovers for breakfast!)