Angel Hair Pasta With Yellow Pepper Sauce (& lots of other good stuff)

I had my eye on a sweet bell pepper in the garden slowly transitioning to yellow. It still had a slight tinge of green but I decided to enjoy it before the insects did. I’ve done projects with green peppers and with red peppers, so maybe it was time for a yellow pepper project. There … More Angel Hair Pasta With Yellow Pepper Sauce (& lots of other good stuff)

A Train Wreck

Yeah, I know. You eat with your eyes first. Appearance is important, especially in a fine restaurant or when entertaining guests, but looks aren’t everything. Looks can be deceiving. I have created many a dish that looked fantastic but didn’t quite pass the taste test, which is one of the reasons I sometimes go days … More A Train Wreck

Arepa Cones Stuffed With Scrambled Eggs & Padron Peppers

The other day I wondered how an arepa would serve as a receptacle for ice cream. I knew I didn’t wan’t ice cream for breakfast this morning but it was an opportunity to pursue the idea of conical arepas. To make the dough I used a combination of yellow and white masa precocida (precooked corn … More Arepa Cones Stuffed With Scrambled Eggs & Padron Peppers

Breakfast Dogs

Our plan for today was to drive down to South Carolina and scout out a future kayaking location on the Lynches River. This called for a breakfast that didn’t require a lot of thought. Hoagie buns and meatless Big Franks® wouldn’t normally catch one’s attention whilst searching the refrigerator for breakfast options, but when huddled … More Breakfast Dogs

Yellow Squash Nests

With so much squash coming out of the garden these days I’m always on the lookout for alternative ways to prepare it. I’ve had this spiralizer device for years but have only used it once or twice. This morning I got it out and rinsed the dust off.   I arranged the strands of squash … More Yellow Squash Nests