When you are invited to a south Louisianian home for Sunday dinner, chances are great that your hosts are serving garlic stuffed beef roast. Spring, summer, fall, and winter, it just doesn’t matter to us. Beef roast is our customary go-to dish for comfort and company, and you’re really special to someone in the house if you get a Sunday pot roast invite down here. Yep.
Mark and I eat at home most of the time. So, I’m always on the lookout for something that makes us feel like we’re at a restaurant when we’re really sitting on the sofa, eating in front of the TV. Mark’s the grillmaster around here, and I am the chief marinade and sauce maker. ThingRead more
To some people, onions, green bell peppers, and celery are just random vegetables that you pick up from the local grocery store or farmers market. To me – and other like-minded native south Louisianians – these three veggies are the epitome of our Cajun/Creole food culture. Some call them the ‘holy trinity,’ while others likeRead more
It’s St. Patrick’s Day, but I am not wearing green. Nope. I’m at home with our pooches plugging away on my laptop without any threat of being pinched (ouch!), at least until Mark gets home. But, I do have a jade ring that I’ll slip on before he gets home to protect myself from anyRead more