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I don’t want to alarm you, but the fact that we’re entering the last week in June today means that the 4th of July is now less than 10 days away! Eek/wee!
Adam and I have fallen into a pattern most Sundays these days. We get up, go to Church, grab lunch and then hit the trails for an afternoon hike.
I sort of have a relationship with margaritas.
Can you keep a secret?
When I saw this recipe in Cook's Country , I knew this would be a home run with Ryan. Meatloaf and burgers are some of Ryan's favorite foods and since I don't make either very often they have risen to special treat status. While I was a bit hesitant about this dish (since I don't particularly like meatloaf or burgers), I was pleasantly surprised in the end.
Sunday afternoon, I made sliders.
I'm pretty sure this is my first new grilling recipe for 2011!
Friday, May 6, 2011 Cayenne Cinnamon Ribs with Maple Glaze Sticky, sweet, salty, spicy ribs that are so crazy simple to make (the only cooking equipment you need is tin foil and an oven!) We normally enjoy our baby backs fall off the bone – they are so tender that when you lift up the bone, the meat really does fall off.
Oh my gosh, now here is a gorgeous, delicious vegetable side dish that I absolutely adore. This is one of my mom’s recipes, and I think could eat an entire plate of this buttery corn for dinner.
Happy Cinco de Mayo!
It’s almost Cinco de Mayo!
I’ve never been one to turn down a margarita. The coarsely salted rim… the icy tartness… the bright lime paired with tangy tequila. I’m strictly an “on the rocks” kind of girl, but if my only option was a frosty, frozen drink, I wouldn’t hesitate to put it in my face.
Made it through Monday!
(This revisited recipe was updated with new photos and better directions in April 2011.)
Rice, black beans, tomatoes, scallions, cilantro and lime juice, every bite of this colorful side dish will feel like one big fiesta in your mouth!