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Fish Fajitas

We are back from Mexico so you might not be getting as many Mexican recipes.  You know how I feel about Mexico and Mexican food so I am not making any guarantees.  We did some cooking in our condo.  The last meal we prepared was Fish Fajitas.  They were amazing.  I knew I liked Steak […]

It’s Turkey Time!

It’s time to talk turkey–Thanksgiving Turkey that is!  Thanksgiving has come upon us suddenly this year. No need to fret.  There is really little preparation that can be made until the week of Thanksgiving so you are still right on schedule.   Take a deep breath and get prepared for the traditional feast. I use […]

Pierogies–Pierogies of Cleveland Style

We are excited about a new product we are carrying.  There are 2 reasons we are so excited 1) The Butcher and The Butcher’s Wife love them and 2) they are so easy to prepare. We have partnered with Pierogies of Cleveland and we are offering their frozen Pierogies in 6 packs for purchase.  Naturally, […]

Beef Stew

Sometimes you just have to get back to basics.  I have gotten off of the Paleo Wagon a little and I have seen a few pounds creeping up.  The secret is to nip the weight gain in the bud.  I have sworn off sweets and I am concentrating on “basic” foods.  Basic doesn’t have to […]

Tuna Salad/Avacado wraps

We are still in tropical Mexico; however the weather in Ohio has also been tropical. I am sharing a recipe that my friend Deone made for lunch. It was healthy and delicious.  You can enjoy this anytime. Tuna Salad/avocado Wraps 12 oz. can of albacore tuna (drained) 1/2 avocado peeled and mashed 1/2 small sweet onion diced […]

Enchiladas with Turkey

After Thanksgiving there is a need to use the leftover turkey.  About this time you are trying to disguise the turkey, because after all, you can only eat so much turkey at one time. Next year, dice your leftover turkey and freeze. Then you can have turkey enchiladas any time you like. Turkey Enchiladas 3 […]

Chili con carne

Fall is definitely in the air and it happened overnight. Friday was warm and balmy. Saturday was decidedly chilly. It never really seems like fall until you make that first batch of chili. I am a chili fan and I have to confess I am very traditional, but that doesn’t mean you have to be. […]

Mexican Market

Today we had a great adventure. We went to a Farmers’ Market in Jarretaderas. This is a neighboring colony to Nuevo Vallarta.  They have their market every Tuesday and it brings everyone together. I enjoyed watching the locals pick out their tomatoes, limes and pineapples. The items we purchased included avocados, peppers, onions, pineapples, tomatoes, […]