Steak Marinade – Thai Inspired

Steak Marinade - Versatile & Delicious Do you have a favorite dish? Do you stick with what works or do you experiment from time to time? We added sirloin in some Thai inspired steak marinade to our Drunken Noodles (Pad Kee Mao) recipe. You could do this to any other Thai dish that calls for…

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Mole Sauce over Chicken with Rice and Beans

Mole Sauce A friend of our's made some mole sauce this weekend and shared some with us. I've never had it but have heard it is delicious. What's Mole Sauce? Let's consult wikipedia on that: ...is a traditional marinade and sauce originally used in Mexican cuisine. In contemporary Mexico the term is used for a number…

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Chicken Penne Primavera from Aldi

Chicken Penne Primavera - Another Easy Aldi Dinner In April I posted about my love of the grocery store Aldi and their Beef Stroganoff Cheesy Skillet Dinner Kit. For tonight's dinner we chose another of their meals - Chicken Penne Primavera. Aldi's low prices explained. Aldi keeps their prices low with practices which keep minimal…

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Spinach and Sweet Potato Omelette

Spinach and Sweet Potato Omelette - A Deliciously Healthy Breakfast Typically I'm not much of a breakfast fan. Aside from my morning coffee, I probably eat breakfast but once or twice a week. This is a habit I would like to change, as they say "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day." This…

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Creamy Jalapeno Hummus

Creamy Jalapeno Hummus - A Spicy Treat Hummus, the creamy dip perfect with vegetables, bread, crackers, and more. We love hummus; however, never thought to actually make it ourselves. There is a debate as to whether or not this dish is Greek or Egyptian. According to the website The Spruce Eats, historically hummus is probably…

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Spinach Stuffed Chicken Breast

Spinach Stuffed Chicken Breast - A Low Carb Delight. I originally printed this recipe for Spinach Stuffed Chicken Breast from That Low Carb Life about two years ago. While always looked interesting, I just never attempted it. Matt was looking through my recipe binder and spotted this one After some of the difficulty I had…

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Hot Bologna: A Coal Region, Pennsylvania Delight

Hot and Spicy Pickled Bologna... Hot Bologna is a favorite snack of mine. Much like Halushki and Halupki, you cannot usually find it outside of the area I grew up in, the "Coal Region" of Pennysylvania. The Coal Region is a particular area where coal mining was the main source of livelihood for many years.…

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Siam Thai Food Takeout

S!!! Thai, Where This All Began Three and a half years ago when we decided to try out this whole "blog thing", we decided that Thai food would be our first adventure. To start that off, we chose Siam Thai in Temecula, California; or as we call it - S!!! If you haven't had the…

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Quarantine Weekly Menu May 24 – 31

Week 11 This is the final week, our weekly menu for May 24-31. Establishments are opening back up, while we will still be practicing social distancing and urge you to as well, we know many are itching to get out. We ask you to be careful of course. We hope you enjoy this final weekly…

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Sambousek – A First Attempt

What went wrong...and ended up right? It all started out well. Found the recipe on Pinterest, it sounded fantastic. According to the blog post where the original recipe is, it is a popular dish in Egypt, an are of the world I am not too familiar with culinary-wise. I'm trying to expand our palettes even…

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