Who would have guessed that a massage would give me my next recipe idea? Rosemary Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Red Grapes.
My birthday was a little over a month ago and Tim got me a Hot Stone massage. First let me just say this……try one! It was fabulous.
After years as a bartender I can strike up a conversation with anyone about anything and I’m always ready to talk about What the Forks for Dinner? Angela was my masseuse and was excellent. If you are local call Sauk Valley Massage Therapy and schedule a massage with Angela. Continue reading “Rosemary Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Red Grapes”
After years….and years in the restaurant business, you pick up a few tips, tricks, and some really great recipes.
This is one of them……having baked potatoes on the menu in a restaurant you tend to have left overs……what do you do with them??? Rosemary Bacon Potato! At a restaurant I worked at the Chef took left over baked potatoes and made little individual packets of these potatoes. We called them Granny Potatoes at the restaurant. They were a huge hit….folks loved them. Continue reading “Rosemary Bacon Potatoes”
Cast Iron Cod Potatoes and Onions
What can you make in a big fat hurry……..fish! Cast Iron Cod Potatoes and Onions.
In past posts I have mentioned that I had a ton of recipes that I thought were lost forever…….then my friend Jeanne, recovered them….she is awesome!!! This recipe is one of them.
I have had a hankering for fish lately ………. on the last grocery shopping trip I picked some up. Just some frozen fillets….nothing fancy. If the store had fresh I would have bought them but they didn’t. Anyway frozen lasts for a long time right?
Recently we seem to purchase food, and then ……stuff happens……a week later I see the (fill in the blank) that I bought, and ponder… how long it has been in my frig???? My motto…..when in doubt, throw it out!!! We sometimes throw out a lot of food…..not good!
Funny, I bought the fish frozen, so if we got distracted it would not be a problem……I used it the next day……go figure. Continue reading “Cast Iron Cod Potatoes and Onions”